There is a misconception that property taxes pay for fire and emergency medical services. Your local volunteer fire company and ambulance squad DEPEND on your contributions. Give what you can. We do, every time the fire alarm rings. Click here to find out how you can make a difference in our community.
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What if you called to report a fire or other emergency and no one answered the call? Did you know that nearly 80% of America’s fire service is volunteer? We often get asked on calls if we are volunteer. Yes we are! The Spring Mill Fire Company is virtually all volunteer which means that when […]
Join the “Closed Door Crew” As we talked about in our first article about calling 911, letting us know about a fire as quickly as possible is key to getting us on location quickly. If you experience a fire, your instincts will lead you away from the fire room and either outside or to a […]
Calling 90 seconds into a fire means the fire is 3x bigger One of the most stressful events in someone’s life is having a fire start in their house. It is an unexpected, dangerous and emotional experience that can take away most of your possessions and lead to injury or worse. If you experience a […]