J. David Feichtner
Captain Matt Strickland
Lieutenant Ryan Hart
Sergeant Norris Walls
Sergeant Randy Harless
Sergeant Jon Miner
Office Hours (Station # 2)
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
(office located in this building)
The Fire Department is always on the lookout for dedicated recruits to join our team. Have what it takes? Please fill out an application and deliver to the office at Station # 2.
Burn permits are required each time you burn in Springfield (with the exception of camp fires). Burn permits and associated rules can be obtained at Station #2 or by calling 248-625-6699 during business hours only. Click here to download a burn permit application.
Prescribed Burn Permits
For landowners, contractors, organizations and units of government seeking a burn permit to perform a prescribed broadcast burn for ecological, agricultural or forestry practices in Springfield Township, please apply for a permit using the Prescribed Burn Permit Application. Please call Fire Headquarters at 248-625-6699 during business hours with any questions.
The Springfield Township Fire Department is equipped to handle a wide range of fire, medical and other emergencies. Your Firefighters bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to bear on calls for help in Springfield Township. Cross-trained Firefighter/EMTs are also trained for a wide variety of specialized response including ice rescue, hazardous materials and technical rescue.
Responding from 2 fire stations, with the following fire apparatus:
Fire Station #1
- Bravo 391 - 2003 Ford E450 Basic Life Support Transport Vehicle
- Brush 1 - 1988 GMC with a 29 gpm pump carrying 250 gallons of water.
- Engine 1 - 1998 KME Engine with a 1250 gpm pump and carrying 1250 gallons of water.
- Tanker 1 - 2008 International tanker with a 1,000 gpm pump carrying 2,100 gallons of water.
- Bravo 392 - 2003 Ford E450 Basic Life Support Transport Vehicle
- Brush 2 - 1988 GMC Mini Pumper used for grass/wildland fires and other special responses.
- Car 1 - 2009 GMC Sierra Non-Transporting Basic Life Support unit.
- Car 2 - 2015 Chevy Suburban Command Vehicle
- Engine 2 - 2000 Custom Cab Pierce with a 1,500 gpm pump carrying 750 gallons of water
- Engine 3 - 1993 KME engine with a 1,250 gpm pump that carrying 1,000 gallons of water
- Rescue 1 - 2002 Pierce Rescue/Pumper with a 1,250 gpm pump carrying 500 gallons of water, this unit also carries a variety of rescue and vehicle extrication equipment.
- Tanker 2 - 2001 Pierce tanker/pumper with a 1250 gpm pump carrying 2,500 gallons of water
Fire Safety for Kids: