News By Category: Fire Department
As people give thanks during the holidays, many often think of ways to give back to their community. The City of Golden Valley is involved in four outreach programs to help community members in need. Read on if you’d like to participate.
Kidde United Technologies and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have announced a product safety recall notice for more than 40 million fire extinguishers. The recall is specific to fire extinguishers produced by Kidde United Technologies sold between 1973 and 2017. This affects plastic handle and plastic push button style extinguishers.
Due to inclement weather, the Public Safety In The Parks program scheduled for Aug 3 at Scheid Park has been canceled.
Fireworks can also start fires. On average, fireworks cause more than 18,000 fires per year, including 1,300 structure fires, 300 vehicle fires, and more than 16,000 outside and other fires, according to the NFPA.
Nine residents of Golden Valley and neighboring cities have made a lot of progress in their training to become Golden Valley firefighters, after graduating from the West Suburban Fire Academy last week.
The annual Golden Valley Fire Relief Association Street Dance is on June 24, from 5 pm to midnight, at the Chester Bird American Legion at Highway 100 and Glenwood Ave.
Stop by and meet your local police officers and firefighters at the 2017 Public Safety Open House, June 21, from 6 to 8 pm. Tour the Police Station and Fire Station 1, win prizes, and check out the equipment the Police Department and Fire Department use to keep our community safe.
The Golden Valley Fire Department is looking for paid, on-call firefighters to serve their community and keep the City safe. Come to a GVFD recruitment event and learn more from one of the department’s many paid, on-call firefighters, like Brent Hadoff.
The Golden Valley Fire Department is looking for paid, on-call firefighters to serve their community and keep the City safe. Come to a GVFD recruitment event and learn more from one of the department’s many paid, on-call firefighters, like Mike Palmer.