Very early on New Years’ Day, two 9-1-1 calls came into the Texas Emergency Communications Center.
Join us in honoring those who have gone above and beyond in 2021 from the 112 full-time Spring Firefighters, 10 part-time Spring Firefighters and dozens of volunteer Spring Firefighters.
It was a very busy Sunday night into Monday morning for Spring Firefighters. B-shift tackled two fully involved garage fires: the first in Greengate Place and the second in Devonshire Woods.
The jolly old elf himself asked for a ride through Spring to see all the good girls and boys in Spring. We couldn’t turn down a request from Santa so old Kris Kringle will be the Captain’s seat of a Spring Fire Engine on the first two Saturdays in December.
Over the weekend, a young driver in an SUV lost control on one of the sharp curves on Hirschfield Road.
On October 23, 2021, the Spring Fire Department was pleased to participate in Harris County Precinct Four Commissioner Jack Cagle’s Sunday Afternoon in the Park.
A “Mayday” is initiated by a firefighter says “Mayday, Mayday, Mayday” over the radio.
Situations do not always go as planned. “When things go badly, we have to be very, very good,” said Spring Fire B-shift District Chief Chris vonWiesenthal. “When you’re a firefighter and must self-rescue from a second floor or higher, you have to do so in a survivable way.”
Spring Fire Department Congratulates Harris County ESD 7 President Bob Schmanski on his “Well-Deserved” Retirement
After nearly a decade of public service on the Harris County Emergency Services District No. 7 board, President Bob Schmanski is announcing his retirement.
The crew from PL Vulcan Fire Training Concepts are spending this week teaching their “Man versus Machine” course to the members of the Spring Fire rescue team.
Harris County Pets and Spring Fire Department Observe Chip Your Pet Month, Team Up to Host Free Pet Microchip and Vaccination Event on May 12
HOUSTON — Pet owners residing in unincorporated Harris County will have an opportunity to have their dogs or cats microchipped and vaccinated for free during a May 12 event hosted by Harris County Pets and Spring Fire Department.
On April 29, 1953, a group of citizens formed the Spring Volunteer Fire Department. So, it is appropriate that National Volunteer Week happens in April. This month we get to celebrate our founders and all those who have taken up their mantle.