Springfield Township, Delaware County, PA
How do I become a member of the Springfield Fire Company?

Check out our Membership Information web page to get all the information you need to become a member of Springfield Fire Company.


Where can I find more information on Fire Safety?

By viewing our Fire Prevention Page, you will learn ways that you can help prevent fires in your home, neighborhood or work and also make it a safer place.


Why are Springfield Fire Company’s apparatus colored maroon?

Yes, the color of maroon on all the current apparatus of Springfield Fire Company is unique. Check out our Apparatus Page to find out why.


What number should I dial to report an emergency?

The number to dial to report an emergency in Springfield Township is 911.


What does the number 44 stand for on all Springfield Fire Company apparatus?

The number 44 was assigned by the Delaware County Fireman’s Association to the Springfield Fire Company to represent the order in which the Company joined the Delaware County Fireman’s Association. The Springfield Fire Company was the 44th Company to join the Association.


When is the best time to visit the Springfield Fire Company’s Station?

The best time to visit the firehouse and see the apparatus and station is on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. The Members of Springfield Fire Company have Training Sessions on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Tuesday of each month starting at 7:00pm and have weekly Work Session on Saturday mornings at 9 am. The Members would be happy to show you around the station and the apparatus and answer any other questions.