Fire Department Est. July 1, 1936. 355 Church Street P.O. Box 158. Freeland, MI 4862 t: 989-695-9768 f: 989-695-2278 firstname.lastname@example.org. Picture. Fire Pit and Permit Information ...
Tittabawassee Fire/Rescue, Freeland, MI. 2273 likes · 5 talking about this · 131 were here. Tittabawassee Township Fire Department provides Fire,...
Mission: The Saginaw Fire Department, utilizing available resources to provide the highest possible standards of firefighter professionalism, will protect the community against loss of life, the destruction of property, and assist in injury reduction.
The Saginaw Township Fire Department is served by three fire stations strategically located throughout the township. In addition to housing fire apparatus, the stations also contain a meeting room, kitchen, locker facilities, and dispatch center. Each of the stations is staffed, for emergency responses, by paid- on-call ...
Saginaw Township MI ... Open burning is permitted in Saginaw Township, however it is only permitted under very specific conditions. ... Please call the Saginaw Township Fire Department offices (989.792.9691) if you have any questions regarding the burning regulations, to obtain a burning permit, or apply online at ...
Station 3 is located at 155 N. Center Road just north of Gratiot Road M 46 and was expanded in 1995 and renovated in 2017.
Station 2 is located at 3211 McCarty Road just west of Bay Road M 84 . This station is the Township s fire prevention outreach facility and hosts the fire department Open House and Pancake Breakfast during Fire Prevention Week in early October.
Sep 30, 2017 ... SAGINAW, MI -- The Saginaw Fire Department will do more with less, its chief says, as they'll likely have to lay off 13 firefighters and close one of four stations come January due to a denial of federal grants. Those future cuts were laid out earlier this year, in April, by Saginaw Fire Chief Christopher Van Loo.
Sun. Oct 29th 2017. Every year FFD is involved in the bringing the community a spooky and fun filled Halloween season. It all started with the annual haunted hayride which starts at the station and then treks through the Freeland Public Park which is transformed into a frightening space with ghosts, goblins, and assort.