In order to protect firefighters responding to hostile situations, the Spring Fire Department is deploying ballistic vests and helmets on all fire apparatus.
It has come to my attention that an organization claiming affiliation with the Spring Fire Department is cold calling residents in our area seeking donations to purchase fire trucks and equipment. As the Fire Chief, I can assure you that the Spring Fire Department does not use a telemarketing service to seek donations over the phone. Please report any such calls to law enforcement.
A tough wake-up call in the Candlelight Hills Neighborhood this morning as residents of a two-story house awoke to smoke and flames.
On March 8, Spring Fire Department firefighters from Station 74 taught students from SHSU Charter school in Cypress Trails what to expect, and what to do, in case of a fire.
The first Spring Fire Smoke Alarm Blitz of 2019 is in the books. On Saturday, March 9, teams of firefighters, American Red Cross members and Klein Oak High School JROTC cadets knocked on over 200 doors in the Greengate Place neighborhood offering to check residents’ smoke alarms.
Spring Fire Department Firefighters joined forces in February, and the challenge was for fun, comradery and bragging rights.
Throughout February, the Spring Fire Department has been holding standpipe courses at the new Spring Fire Station 75.
On Feb. 8, firefighters Jacob Bailey, Capt. Walter Juarez, Anthony Hempel, and Daniel McCune hand delivered Nylah White’s certificate for winning the Fire Prevention Coloring Contest at the McNabb elementary school.
Spring Fire Station 71 welcomed the Hearts at Home homeschooling program from the North Central Church with big smiles on Friday.
A fire Saturday evening turned into a vivid reminder of the countless lives saved each year due to smoke alarms.
The Spring Fire Department believes it is paramount that firefighters have the best training to do the job, but are also ‘in the know’ within the department. Over the past week, all firefighters have been attending meetings that include a review of the 2019 Budget and the department’s plans for the year.
Spring Fire Department volunteer firefighters come from all different backgrounds, but the one thing they have in common is the desire to serve their community.