Deck the halls: FDs share their fire station Christmas trees
Holiday decor can brighten the firehouse and bring some holiday spirit to the community
The holidays are here, and fire stations around the country – nay, world – are decking their halls, raising Christmas their trees, and brightening the station and community with holiday decor.
Check out the creative ways fire stations are showing their holiday spirit at the station – and even the academy tower!
Brightening the station
Check out Travis County (Texas) Fire Rescue’s station tree, complete with hose, OPAs, smoke detectors and Med box presents.
The Branchville Volunteer Fire Co. and Rescue Squad - Station 11 in Maryland shows off its holiday spirit, inside and out.
We’re kicking off the holiday season by decorating the firehouse! Last Sunday, crews got together to decorate our Christmas tree and the engine bay doors. Stay tuned for more holiday updates, including Santa Run dates, routes and more. pic.twitter.com/RIZER1n6Iq— Branchville Fire (@BranchvilleFire) December 2, 2020
This Maryland firehouse likely has plenty of energy to decorate.
No firehouse Christmas tree is complete without _____. For us? Apparently Monster, Mountain Dew, and Kickstart bottles 😂🎄#firehouse #stationpride #firefighter #firefighterlife #probielife #bestjobintheworld #MerryChristmas #christmastree pic.twitter.com/lAvCEf77YV— Jordyn Goddard (@heygoddard) December 7, 2020
At Pacific County (Wash.) Fire Department Station #1, they are rocking the fire hose tree.
At Los Angeles County Fire Department Station #70, they are bringing a beach vibe to the holidays.
This tree from Jenks (Okla.) Fire Department sits beautifully with a tree skirt made out of turnout gear.
International trees and MORE
It seems our fire service partners across the pond really enjoy holiday decor.
The tree at Andover Fire Station in England flashes its Christmas joy.
The Liskeard Community Fire Station in England had this lovely tree donated – and don't miss Santa wearing his proper PPE.
Thank you to Santa Trees for the lovely tree they donated to the station. We’re aware we need to up our decoration game 🤦🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/kh4NGMZRRC— Liskeard Community Fire Station (@LiskeardCFRS) December 3, 2020
Nayland Fire Station in Suffolk, England, has an entirely different kind of "tree."
Botley Fire Station in England shows its exterior Christmas decor.
The station is looking very festive now. We have our very own fire angle at the top of our tree. Make sure yours is working this Christmas and give it a test. pic.twitter.com/zeu5akk2cz— Botley Fire Station (@Botley38) December 5, 2020
There's also a great submission from Canada, where Rocky View County Fire Services in Alberta, Station 107, shares its holiday spirit.
BONUS: Academy Tree
This is an impressive showing from the Saltash Community Fire Station in England.
The tallest Christmas tree in Cornwall is back!— Saltash Community Fire Station (@SaltashCFRS) December 6, 2020
Unfortunately bad weather destroyed all the lights last year and a whole new set were needed. 3 snowflakes added from last year
Now we just need to find a star!
Merry Xmas from us all at Saltash Fire Station@CornwallFRS pic.twitter.com/5QCR4PdgAb
Editor's note: Share your fire station Christmas trees and holiday decor with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.