the Spring Volunteer Fire Department Online
Located 22 miles North of downtown
Houston, Texas the Spring Volunteer Fire Department proudly
protects approximately 100,000 people living in an area of
over 100 square miles. We operate out of
7 stations with
30 apparatus that
protect a primarily residential area. Our department
also provides mutual aid to our surrounding communities.
The Spring Volunteer Fire Department is
proud to present new fire Stations 71 and 77 to
the Spring, Texas area.
Station 71 is a 14,000 square
foot, state of the art facility that will be joined by a new
10,000 square foot administration building located at 646
and 656 E. Louetta at Lexington.
located at 2900 Cypresswood Drive near Mirror
Lake. Station 77 is a three bay,
10,000 square foot facility. Our partners in these new
buildings include Joiner Partnership Architects and Brookstone Construction. Thank you to the many workers
who have made the Administration building, Station 71 and
Station 77 a
Our department, whose members are a
combination of paid and volunteer professionals, strive to
exceed our communities expectations on a daily basis.
Our services include: Fire Suppression,
Extrication, Search and Rescue, Haz-Mat, EMS First Responder
and Public Fire Education
To learn more about us check out our "About
Fire and Life Safety
To learn what to do and not to do click here and check out what your children have
received at school regarding Fire and Life Safety.
Tours and Events
For more information on scheduling a station tour or
having us attend your event please click on
Public Education. To fill out
an Event Request Form Click Here
If you would like a rewarding way to contribute to your
community contact us by calling 281.355.1266 and you will
receive a membership packet and instructions how to begin
your volunteer career with us.
Which Fire Station Serves Me?...Why
Does A Fire Truck Come When I Call An Ambulance?...What Can
I Do To Help?
Check out our Frequently Asked
Questions area to find out the answer to these and other
ISO Class 3 District Wide
Effective February 1, 2004 our department's territory
was improved from an ISO Class 6 for hydranted areas and ISO
Class 9 for non-hydranted areas to an ISO Class 3 for ALL
areas. We thank all those involved in achieving this
new grade and encourage everyone to contact your insurance
company to see if this new class affects your premiums.
Click here if you were a past member of our organization
and send us your current address
If you would like to contact us call 281.355.1266 or by