Fire DepartmentCommitted to providing a high level of service to the citizens, workers, and visitors.
Non-Emergency (616) 215-1590
Fax (616) 215-1591
General (616) 842-1340
Fire Station #1
106 N. Fruitport Rd.
Spring Lake, MI 49456
Fire Station #2
18964 174th Ave.
Spring Lake, MI 49456
Spring Lake will be known as a safe place to live and visit.
The Spring Lake Fire Department is committed to protecting the lives and preserving the property of citizens, workers, and visitors of Spring Lake.
Safety – We strive to protect the lives and well-being of our members and community.
Professionalism – We are respectful, compassionate, and act with integrity.
Dedication – We are committed and driven to serve.
Innovation – We seek out new ideas and positive change.
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Please return to Spring Lake Fire Station 1 located at 106 North Fruitport Road or email to Fire@springlaketwp.org
Reflective Address Signs
For safety, your address should be clearly visible from the street. If your building cannot easily be viewed from the public roadway, an address sign needs to be placed near the roadway for identification purposes. The State of Michigan fire code requires address numbers at least 4 inches high. The Township offers reflective green address signs for $35 that meet this requirement.
Reflective Address Sign Order Form – requires a $35 fee. Payment can be made with cash or check made out to Spring Lake Township.
Smoke Detector Program
Home Fire Safety
Sometimes we need a list to get things done around the house. Spring Lake Fire Department has created a list just for you. This Home Safety Checklist will give you a general idea of what to look for to make your home a safer place to live and sleep.Home Safety Checklist
After the Fire
Having a fire will change your life in many ways but knowing where to begin or who can help is important.
The Spring Lake Fire Department hopes that with the “After the Fire” document we can walk alongside you during this difficult time. This document can be used for information before a fire occurs or in the aftermath.
We hope this document will help you navigate through a challenging time and hope to make the process easier.After the Fire
Home Knox Box
When a medical or fire emergency strikes, help is only a call away. However, for those who live alone or may have mobility issues, what happens when they can’t get to the door to let the fire department personnel in? Unfortunately, we have to make entry by breaking a window or breaching the door, which is costly to the owner that we are trying to assist. To help alleviate unnecessary damage, the Spring Lake Fire Department is promoting the use of the Home Knox Box. This box is mounted to the house and contains a key to the residence. Only our Spring Lake Fire Department has the highly secure master key to the Knox Boxes for Spring Lake residents.
You can get an order form at Fire Station #1 (106 N. Fruitport Rd.). After you receive the box, notify the Fire Department (616-215-1590), who will send a representative to help you choose an agreed-upon location for your box. After installation, a key will be locked inside.
Community CPR Classes
HCP and Family & Friends CPR.
Classes available include:
- Family and Friends offers basic instruction. There is not test or certification card. This class is offered FREE once annually.
- Heart Saver CPR & AED includes skill test and CPR certification card. $35
- BLS for HCP (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers) includes a skill test, written test, and certification card. $35
All American Heart Association classes are approximately 4 hours of instruction.
Call 616-215-1590 for information.
The Spring Lake Fire Department, in conjunction with the Ottawa County Central Dispatch Authority, is committed to your safety. With this in mind, we are pleased to support the Smart911 program launched by Central Dispatch. Smart911 is a free service that allows citizens to create a Safety Profile for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 to have in the event of an emergency. Then, when anyone in that household dials 9-1-1 from a phone associated with their Safety Profile, their profile is immediately displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker, providing additional information that can be used to facilitate the proper response to the proper location. The details you include in your Safety Profile will only become available to a 9-1-1 dispatcher and emergency responders when an associated phone dials 9-1-1 and a call is received by a participating call center.
In an emergency, seconds count. Being able to provide 9-1-1 with all details that could impact response, the moment an emergency call is placed, could be the difference between life and death. To sign up, visit Smart911.com.
MIReady - State of Michigan Programs
The Michigan State Police MIREADY program provides resources and education to prepare Michigan residents for emergencies, disasters, and threats to our homeland. The importance of preparing for disasters is universal. Emergencies can happen anytime or anywhere. Preparing before the unexpected happens can make a dramatic difference in a person’s ability to cope with and recover from a disaster. Take charge and take control to be as prepared as possible.
Emergency Notification Form
For us to gain access into your residence during an emergency, please submit the Residential & Business Emergency Form below.