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22 hours ago
Good InfoFull water bottles left in the sun in your car can not only leave you with chemicals from the plastic in your water, the bottles can act as a magnifier and set your upholstery on fire!! If you need to keep water in your car fire fighters suggest using a cooler or putting it in the trunk! ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
From the Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company, please have a Happy & Safe 4th of July. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks 44. Shared to community pages in my area, and Springfield page. Be safe, especially with heat related injuries at this time of year.
A heartfelt Good bye today for our Paid Staff Supervisor Dan Traband.
Dan spent the last 2 1/2 years here at The Springfield Fire Co. Working as a Supervisor with Mike Norman.
Dan is moving on to Delaware County Emergency Services, soon to be a Police & Fire dispatcher.
Dan, From the Officers and Members of Station 44, we wish you all the best, and thank you for your service sir! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations, good luck...
Good luck with your new job!!! Thank you for ur service.
Congrats And good luck!!
Thank You Everyone!
911 what’s u all emergency!!! Good Luck Dan. It’s been fun...
We will miss you.....#161
Thank You Everyone!
Good luck Dan!
Congrats Dan Traband
The Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company welcome you to our web site. The Springfield Fire Company is responsible for the fire protection and fire prevention of approximately 25,000 citizens in the 6.2 square mile area of Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The township is comprised of residential neighborhoods, commercial properties, and small industrial facilities all situated in a quiet suburban setting. Operating out of the five-bay, modern fire station at 217 Saxer Avenue, Springfield Fire Company currently utilizes six pieces of apparatus and two chiefs vehicles. You will find this site a very informative and enjoyable place to learn more about the Springfield Fire Company. So grab a comfortable chair and be ready to explore the web site of one of the best firefighting organizations in the nation.