1998 - Spring Creek Oaks subdivision was awakened to a fully involved house fire where a family of four barely escaped with their lives. The home was a total loss. KVFD was able to extinguish the fire, but the eastern edge district displayed a glaring gap which needed to be filled. The next day discussions on the vision of a new station were started.
1999 - Station 37 found housing thanks to Trinity Lutheran Church, who had a maintenance garage at the end of their property. The garage was cleaned and with a retired Tele-Squirt and some second hand furniture station 37 was in service February 1999.
This was a temporary location, so a committee was formed to begin finding a new location. There were some difficulties encountered with finding a location. The community was worried about noise concerns, the location and building appearance. It all worked out thanks to the dedication of the members of the station working with the community, the architect and the BILMA MUD district that provided the 30 year land lease for the sum of $1. Station 37 construction began September 1999 and completed with a ribbon cutting ceremony late December 1999. A 1989 Lance Pierce from station 31 became Engine 37.
2007 - The station was remodeled which included a second story training room /storage area.
2014 - Station 37 is located on T.C. Jester Blvd. just south of Spring Cypress this replaced the station located on Winding Ridge in the Spring Creek Oaks Subdivision. The station houses an engine, equipment truck, rescue boat & utility vehicle. The members of the station live in the area and respond to the station when an emergency call is paged. They respond to the subdivisions of The Chancel, Spring Creek Oaks, Spring Creek Forest, Windrose, Bridgestone West, Villages of Bridgestone, Senterra Lakes, Terranova West, Terravista, Cypress Villas, Cypress Trace, Farmette Meadows, and Spring Creek Court.