Improper use and disposal of fireworks led to a disastrous New Year’s Day at one Birchgate home.
Spring Fire Lieutenant Felix Castillo has been out of work since Oct. 13 due to a line of duty injury. Although he hopes to return to work later in January, four months without a paycheck will set anyone back financially.
On Saturday, Spring firefighters’ family and friends gathered at Station 71 to witness the badge pinning of one new captain, one new apparatus operator, one new volunteer firefighter and 13 new full-time firefighters.
On Friday, December 7, Spring Fire Department firefighters boxed up the food donated by the Spring community and loaded it into Engine 72.
On Thursday, crews from all nine Spring Fire Department stations joined the SFD Honor Guard in saluting President George H.W. Bush as he took his last journey across his beloved Texas to his final resting place at Texas A&M University.
Early Thursday afternoon, the train carrying the former President will roll through Spring en route to President George H.W. Bush’s final resting place at his presidential library at Texas A&M University. The Spring Fire Department Honor Guard and firefighters will pay tribute along the train’s path.
On Saturday, December 1, the Spring Fire Department recognized firefighters who have gone ‘above and beyond’ the call of duty at the 2018 Banquet held at the Spring Reception Hall.
Spring Fire Department’s brand new Station 75 with a solemn ceremony on Saturday, November 3, followed by a community celebration attended by over 500 people.
The Spring Fire Department is thrilled to announce that Nylah White and Mia Sparacino earned the top honors in the department’s inaugural Fire Prevention Week Coloring and Essay Contests.
On Saturday morning (October 13) from 10 to noon, the Spring Fire Department is holding its first Special Day for Special People at Station 71 at 656 E. Louetta.
The Spring Fire Department has three exciting contests for students who live in the Spring Fire District.
You may have noticed something a bit different about your local firefighters this week. That is because for the month of October, the Spring Fire Department’s distinctive Blue, Gold and Red patches have turned pink.