Springville Fire Department

Located 30 miles North East of the City of Birmingham the Springville Fire Department provides primary Fire and Advanced Life Support services to the City of Springville. In addition we provide hazardous materials technical response for the Northern half of St. Clair County.

Springville Fire Department is comprised of a combination of paid and volunteer members with 10 full-time personnel, 3 part time personnel, and 10 volunteers. The department is headed by Chief Richard Harvey who has served the City as a firefighter since 1985 and as fire chief since 2001.

The Springville Fire Department operates from two fire stations. Station #1 is located at 200 Walker Drive and houses Engine Companies 551 and 553, Service Truck 571, a 2005 Ford F550 hazardous materials response unit with two 16' cargo trailers, and a Mobile Command Unit.

Station #2 is located at 1616 Mountain View Road and houses Engines 552 and Engine 554.

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Employment Notice

CITY OF SPRINGVILLE, ALABAMA

The City of Springville, Alabama is now accepting applications to fill one vacant  Full-Time Paramedic /Firefighter position.  

JOB DESCRIPTION
To combat, extinguish and to do work in the prevention of fires; to respond to a variety of emergency calls to protect life and property; to participate in station equipment and apparatus maintenance; to drive apparatus when specifically assigned; and to do related work as required.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

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Car Seat Inspection & Installation

The Alabama Child Restraint Law of 2006 requires all children under the age of 15 be properly restrained in an automobile traveling of state roadways.

The following guidelines should be followed:

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Get Alarmed! | At No Cost!

Springville Fire Department Participates in the Get Alarmed St. Clair Program to insure that every home has working Smoke Detectors.  

New Building and Fire Codes require interconnected smoke detectors on each level of a home, inside each bedroom, and outside each sleeping area.  If your home is not equipped with smoke detectors, or you would

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