Boiling Springs Fire District

Proud to be an ISO Class 1 Rated Fire Department

our mission statement

The mission of the Boiling Springs Fire District is to protect the citizens and enhance the quality of life within our service area from all hazards through prevention and emergency response by active participation with our community partners.

9-11 Memorial

Members of the Boiling Springs Fire District raise the United States flag, South Carolina State flag, and the Fire Service Memorial flag over the 9-11 Memorial monument located in front of the Headquarters Fire Station.

We are accepting donations for our 9-11 Memorial.  For information as how to make a donation, please contact Fire Marshal Jeff Neslon at 864-268-3617 or by email at

Donations can also be made through any BB&T bank branch to account: bsfd/wtcmemorial.  

Anyone interested in applying for a donor plaque to be placed on the wall of the memorial, please download the "Memorial Plaque Donor Form" on the right side of this page and follow the instructions on the form.


Photo Gallery

You may view the following photo albums through the link below:

- 9/11 Memorial Construction & Dedication

- 2015 9/11 Memorial Event

- Fire Prevention Activities

- Incidents

- Explorer Activities

- Miscellaneous

Post Press Conference Photos with Congressman Gowdy and Senator Scott


Firehouse Family and DAYBREAK (WSPA)

Firehouse Family Morning Video (WSPA)Click Photo to Link to Video

District News


This Year’s Theme is “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.”

Saturday, October 6, 2018, Greenville County’s Boiling Springs Fire District will hold an open house to launch its 2018 National Fire Prevention Week activities.

The event will take place from 11:00 a.m. un…

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SC Forestry Commission to issue statewide burning ban

COLUMBIA—With the approach of Hurricane Florence, the South Carolina Forestry Commission will issue a State Forester’s Burning Ban for all counties, effective at 7 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12.
A State Forester’s Burning Ban prohibits all outdoor burning, including yard debris burning…

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Thanks For Visiting

Please take some time and navigate your way through our web-site.  On the home screen in the lower left corner is a link to the page that hosts our photo albums.  New photos are added to these albums fairly regularly, feel free to browse through them.

Chief Steve Graham becomes SCSAFC President

Friday evening, June 16, 2017, during the Joint Transfer of Command Banquet for the SC Firefighter Association and the SC State Association of Fire Chief's Conference's, SCSAFC President Phill Jolley passed the gavel on to Chief Steve Graham during this years ceremony.  

Chief Graham will serve as the new President of the SCSAFC for the next year.  

Congratulations Chief Graham!