Springfield Fire Department

The Fire Department is an organization of dedicated professionals who are committed to serving the community by protecting life, property, and the environment through prevention, education, emergency medical and fire services.

Springfield Fire Department News

Calendar of Fire Safety - February 2018

  • Keep water heaters set below 130 degrees F.
  • Be careful with hot liquids.
  • Use cold water to cool a burn.
  • Burn Awareness Week February 6-12


Have Info regarding a recent fire? Call The Springfield Arson & Bomb Squad At 787-6370 Or Use The S.P.D. "Text a Tip"

Regulations for Smoke and CO Detectors

Find out about the  State Requirements when selling a one- or two-family residence. The regulations vary based on the age of the house.

Open Burning is Prohibited in Springfield

  • Open outdoor burning is prohibited in the City of Springfield as well as in chiminea and fire pitsdue to population density and proximity of buildings.
  •  Outdoor burning is allowed for cooking purposes only.
  • Under no circumstances is it legal to burn leaves, hay, stumps, or construction debris.

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Vision statement

The Springfield Fire Department is dedicated to the safety of the citizens of Springfield by providing the highest level of service possible. We will fulfill these duties with honesty, respect and integrity.


Page last updated:  Sunday, February 18, 2018 05:08 am