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Burnsville Fire Department Open House Oct. 6
The Burnsville Fire Department once again invites the community to get up-close and personal with firefighters, paramedics and the equipment they use. Be there when the garage doors go up, and the fire trucks come out for the annual Fire Department Open House.

A number of activities related to fire and medical emergencies will be available, including:
  • Tours of the fire station, fire engines and ambulances
  • Demonstrations on fire extinguishers, compression-only CPR and kitchen safety
  • Activities for kids, such as trying on firefighter gear, learning how to dial 9-1-1 and learning how to plan a fire escape
  • Meet Fire Department chiefs, firefighter/paramedics and Sparky the Fire Dog

Who: All ages
When: Thursday, Oct. 6
5:30-8 p.m.
Where: Fire Station No. 1, 911 140th St. W.
Parking is available in the Kohl's parking lot
Cost:  FREE

How to check the date on smoke alarmsDon’t Wait, Check the Date!

Oct. 9 – 15 is National Fire Prevention Week. Residents are reminded that smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.

Is it time for your smoke alarm to retire? Look at the date of manufacture on the back. If it is more than 10 years old it’s time to replace it!
Click the image to the right to learn more about how to check the date on smoke alarms.

For more information visit www.firepreventionweek.org.

We Are the Burnsville Fire Department
The Burnsville Fire Department, which also serves as the City's ambulance and emergency medical services provider, protects a community of just over 60,000 residents.

"Everything we are, everything we do, we do for you. Our family protecting yours." 

Take Action in Your Community

You never know when an emergency will arise. Your actions could save a life! Although the Burnsville Fire Department is just a phone call away, it's always a good idea to be prepared and know what to do in an emergency. Take a CPR class, learn first aid, enroll in a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course, join the Mobile Volunteer Network and find additional ways to take action in your community. Whose life could you save?

Emergency Notifications

CLICK HERE or on the logo below for more information and to self register.

BJ Jungmann
BJ Jungmann,
Fire Chief

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