Springtown Community Volunteer Fire Company #1
Bucks County Station 40

3010 Route 212, PO Box 23
Springtown, PA 18081

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Springtown Fire Company

Incident Calls
2013 - 101 calls
2012 - 134 calls
2011 - 127 calls

2010 - 92 calls

Welcome to the Springtown Community Volunteer Fire Company website. The year 2010 marked the 75th anniversary of the department. Since its inception in 1935, the company's mission of providing fire and rescue services to the citizens of Springfield Township, has not changed, but it has grown tremendously. Now, in addition to Springfield and Durham Townships, we provide mutual aid to Nockamixon, Haycock, and Richland Townships, along with Riegelsville Borough, Leithsville, and Coopersburg.

From a small garage, we have grown into a three-bay station, meeting room, office, and community hall complex, all built by volunteers. Our members take great pride in their company and look forward to continuing their service to the community. We appreciate the community's support and contributions to help in our continuing efforts to protect life and property.


Fire Gear...

Fire Gear

Air Pack...

Air Pack

Protecting Family and Home...


Volunteer today!
Call 610.346.8383



Springtown Community Volunteer Fire Company has initiated the Emergency Response Sign System. This is a reflective sign that corresponds with your house number. It allows emergency services to quickly and easily locate your home. We urge everyone to participate.

Signs can be displayed vertically or horizontally. Both sides are numbers. Signs should be posted on your property and easily visible from the road. The cost is $10.00 due at the time of pick up. Pre-ordered signs can be picked up at the firehouse on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. To order your sign, click here for an order form.

Also, will a fire truck be able to enter your driveway? The trucks are up to 8 feet wide and as high as 11 feet. Be sure to keep your driveways accessible to emergency vehicles. In an emergency, dial 911.

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