Magnolia Springs Firefighter's Festival 2019


 On September 7, from 3-7 pm, the Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting its first annual Magnolia Firefighter's Festival. Come celebrate under the live Oaks in beautiful downtown Magnolia Springs! Bring your blankets, chairs, and plan on spending time listening to Shelby Brown & Roadside Glorious, shopping local vendors, enjoying delicious foods from local food trucks and watching the kids have a blast in the children's area. There will be water slides, jump houses, and other activities for the kids.  All proceeds from this event will go to support the Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department and our mission of serving the community with professional, prompt, and effective emergency response services.

 Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children. Bring your ticket order confirmation for expedited entrance into festival. Tickets will be available at the Festival entrance. Tickets include Festival entrance, 2 beer/wine tickets, and a free entry into a raffle! 


 Food Trucks: Los Tacos,  Porterhouse BBQ,  Bleu’s Burgers,

Flamingo Shave Ice, Frios 

Music: Shelby Brown, Roadside Glorious  

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In Case of Emergency!

Magnolia Springs Fire Rescue is an all volunteer fire department. Being volunteer, our station is not manned 24/7.

If you have an emergency, or if you would like the fire department to respond to a concern, dial 911!

For all other non-emergency business, you can call fire station #1 at 251-965-7808 and leave a message.

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers are needed for the Vernant Park area of our community to respond to our Station 2! If you live in Vernant Park, Sunset Shores or Bay Road areas and wish to volunteer, please join us on a Monday evening at 6pm!

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Incorporated in 1961, the Magnolia Springs Volunteer Fire Department serves the community of Magnolia Springs and the outlying areas. Consisting of 30 volunteers, we respond primarily to 35 squares miles of residential, wildland, and waterfront area. We are an active part of our community and promote fire prevention in our schools and community. We respond to a variety of incidents, ranging from house fires, wildland fires, motor vehicle accidents, and medical emergencies.