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Fire Safety

Upcoming Events
Every 2nd Tuesday
7:00pm
Every 4th Saturday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Every 1st Wednesday
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Mon. Dec 12th 2016
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Thu. Dec 15th 2016
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Mon. Dec 19th 2016
6:00pm - 10:00pm
2016 Call Volume
 ESD4-EMSESD4-FireFOR-EMSFOR-Fire
Jan79232112
Feb55162110
Mar6312188
Apr6531228
May6432196
Jun7814197
Jul    
Aug5631177
Sep5914203
Oct    
Nov    
Dec    
Total51917315761

Call Volume History

Contact Information
Leon Springs Volunteer Fire Department
24810 Ima Ruth Parkway
San Antonio, TX 78257
Non-Emergency: 210-698-1593
Emergency: 911
Fax: 210-698-2810

Welcome to Leon Springs Volunteer Fire Department

Thanks for visiting, this site is under construction and has much to be done.

 Our Mission

The mission of the Leon Springs Volunteer Fire Department is to protect lives, property, and the environment against hazards, natural and manmade. This is achieved by identifying and preparing for the needs of the community, cost-effective allocation of resources, and promoting cooperative relationships. Excellence in training and education is utilized to create a dedicated volunteer and professional workforce through prudent fiscal management. These attributes work together to provide a high level of fire prevention, fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical care, and related services to all the citizens, businesses and visitors of the LSVFD service area, and provide mutual aid as available to surrounding fire districts through continuous improvement, timely risk assessment, professional development, robust training and dedication to the community.

News Headlines
Mon. Nov 14th 2016
The Leon Springs Volunteer Fire Department is excited to present the 2015 Annual Report of our Emergency Medical First Responders. Please take a minute and read through it! Click on the blue link below!http://yourfirstdue.com/manager/data/1374381001/File/annual_report.pdf
Thu. Oct 13th 2016
Fire prevention at Aue Elementary school today. Everyone had a blast. First kids lIstened to some important fire safety info...When to get out and stay out!When to stop drop and roll,Crawling low in smoke,Fire drills,calling 911 and knowing your address,And all about smoke alarms."Don't be ...
Tue. Oct 4th 2016
Engine 134 at National Night Out. Walnut Pass, The Bluffs at Two Creeks, and The Park at Two Creeks
Tue. Oct 4th 2016
National Night Out at Sable Chase. With Firefighters Sal Rodriguez, Kevin Rendon, and Brandon Doucet.
Mon. Oct 3rd 2016
The on duty crew preforming some pump/ master stream training this afternoon at the Boerne Stage Airfield. Engine 134 is capable of flowing 1250 gallons per minute.