Last night B shift responded to a vehicle fire. Engine 3 arrived on scene and upgraded the assignment due to several exposures. Units were able to contain the fire from spreading. No injuries reported. #teamspringdale #springdalefire
5 days ago, Rance Richardson
car fire
car fire
car fire
car fire
car fire
The Springdale Fire Department Benevolent Fund awarded spring 2024 scholarships to two graduating seniors. These scholarships are provided to department personnel's eligible graduates and may continue throughout their higher academic careers. Congratulations, to Abby McDonald and Colton Clemons!
10 days ago, Justin Pinkley
High school senior scholarship presentation
high school scholarship presentation
This past week , the department trained on some of the latest tactics to combat electric vehicle fires and lithium ion battery fires in general. New technologies often present new challenges to mitigate the hazards associated with that technology.
14 days ago, Justin Pinkley
Captain Andrews teaching an electric vehicle class
crews listening to a electric vehicle class
Crews learning how to deploy a fire blanket
car covered with a fire blanket
Nurses Week is a wonderful opportunity to express gratitude and appreciation for the incredible dedication and compassion that nurses bring to their work every day. It's a time to recognize their hard work, selflessness, and unwavering commitment to providing quality care to those in need. The treats we shared today is a small token of our appreciation. Thank you for all that you do!
18 days ago, Justin Pinkley
Northwest Nurses
Children’s hospital nurses
Mercy nurses
Northwest nurses posing
Mercy nurses posing
Children’s nurses posing
Members of A-Platoon took advantage of the beautiful weather to run through a variety of rescue JPRs (Job Performance Requirements). They must demonstrate quarterly their proficiency to preform rescue tasks.
19 days ago, Justin Pinkley
Crews preforming rescue Joe's
crews on top of a jersey wall for a rescue evaluation
crews on top of USAR 2 preforming JPRs
crews working with jersey wall for a rescue scenarios
Each Tuesday, personnel conducts in-depth checks, exercising various systems and tools found on all apparatus. These checks are a more thorough, compared to the ones completed each day. We strive to make sure that every tool and vehicle is ready to perform when needed.
20 days ago, Justin Pinkley
Firefighter preforming Weekly Checks
Today, we were notified of our successful reaccreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). This is a heavy teamwork endeavor. We want to thank everyone whose hard work helped us once again meet this goal!
28 days ago, Justin Pinkley
CASS Accreditation Sticker that is on all of our apparatus
This evening we conducted our spring pinning ceremony. It is a special time that recognizes members who have been promoted to Driver/Operator and Captain. Additionally, Mayor Doug Sprouse performed the swearing in of our firefighters that successfully completed their probationary year, they are now full fledged civil servant firefighters. Congratulations to each of them!
about 1 month ago, Justin Pinkley
Driver Operator Tim Franklin getting pinned for his promotion
Driver Operator Chase Colvin getting pinned for his promotion
Captain Kabanuck getting Pinned for his promotion
Rookies getting sworn in by the mayor
Please join us tomorrow evening, Wednesday, April 24th at 6pm, at the Mickey Jackson Training Center 2398 Turnbow Avenue. We will be recognizing our members who have successfully completed their probationary year and those who have been recently promoted.
about 1 month ago, Justin Pinkley
Invite to the Pinning Ceremony Spring 2024
Staff members from Northwest Medical Center recognized Paramedic Ian Burnett and Firefighter Jacob Heithoff for outstanding performance at a medical call earlier this year. They presented each of them with a Northwest Medical Center challenge coin for their efforts. Congratulations Ian and Jacob!
about 1 month ago, Justin Pinkley
crews gathered for presentation
crews accepting an award for a job well done
crew poising infront of an ambulance
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week. Everyday our crews are getting thanked for the job they do as firefighters, but the true first responder often gets overlooked.... our dispatchers. This team of professionals are incredible at what they do. Thank you to all of our DISPATCHERS!
about 1 month ago, Justin Pinkley
Dispatchers
Dispatchers
Dispatchers
Dispatchers
Dispatcher
Dispatcher
April marks a significant month for safety awareness as we observe National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The Springdale Fire Department is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our residents, which extends beyond responding to emergencies – it's about proactive prevention and education. Distracted driving is a serious issue that affects countless lives each year. Whether it's texting, eating, adjusting the radio, or any other form of distraction, the consequences can be devastating for drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and emergency responders alike. As firefighters, we witness the tragic outcomes of distracted driving far too often, and we're dedicated to doing everything in our power to prevent such incidents from occurring. During this month of awareness, we urge all members of the community to join us in taking a stand against distracted driving.
about 2 months ago, Justin Pinkley
Person holding a phone while driving
Person holding a cell phone while driving
Last week 3 members from Springdale Fire Departments went to Round Rock, Texas to attend Big Rig Rescue. Students learned different techniques on how to lift and stabilize heavy vehicles such as buses, cement trucks, railroad cars, and 18 wheelers.
about 2 months ago, Rance Richardson
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In typical Captain Dean Carpenter fashion, he did not want a retirement party held in his honor. But we would like to take this opportunity to thank him for his 24+ years of dedicated service to the citizens of Springdale. Enjoy your retirement Captain Carpenter!
about 2 months ago, Justin Pinkley
Captain Dean Carpenter
This afternoon, Springdale Fire was requested to assist Nob Hill Fire Department with a two-story residential structure fire on Nob Hill Loop. Crews from Hickory Creek and Goshen fire departments also assisted in this incident.
2 months ago, Justin Pinkley
Ladder 8 putting water on a house fire
Ladder 8 putting water on a house fire
crews outside of a structure fire
fire trucks on scene of a house fire
This morning E4 extinguished a car fire at the intersection of 48th and Elm Springs Rd. No injuries reported and all units are back in service.
2 months ago, Rance Richardson
e4
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Yesterday, Engine 1 helped lead the way for the Saint Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Springdale! #teamspringdale #springdalefire
2 months ago, Rance Richardson
SPD
SPD
SPD
SPD
Welcome aboard! Monday, six new recruits began their journey with the Springdale Fire Department. As part of orientation, each senior Chief meets with the recruits to welcome them and provides an introduction to the department . Assistant Chief Jim Vaughan began the process this week.
2 months ago, Justin Pinkley
Assistant Chief meeting with the new recruits
Members from SFD along with firefighters from across Northwest Arkansas gathered at Siloam Springs Kayak Park for a Swift Water Rescue Technician class. Students trained on practical exercises, including rope maneuvers and watercraft navigation. The training offered valuable hands-on experience essential for emergency responses in swift water environments. #teamspringdale #springdalefire
3 months ago, Rance Richardson
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Today is #internationalwomensday. We want to highlight our female employees who work for the Springdale Fire Department!
3 months ago, Justin Pinkley
Picture of one of our secetarys
Pic of administrative assistant
Picture of billing secetary
two firefighters in the engine
firefighter in bunker gear
firefighter puting water on hot spots in a house