News By Category: Fire Department
The Golden Valley Fire Department is seeking help to keep the fire hydrants in your neighborhood clear of snow.
The Golden Valley Fire Family, made up of family members of Golden Valley firefighters, completed it’s second year spreading good cheer by supporting the Be A Santa To A Senior program. The project involves collecting donated gifts from drop-off areas, storing them until delivery day, then delivering them to seniors at local care centers.
Noble Elementary students cheered on around a dozen police officers and staff Dec 7 as they lined they gym stage to do Burpees for Bucks, the latest community outreach program by the Golden Valley Police Department (GVPD). Each completed burpee raised money for the GVPD’s new Shop With A Cop program, with all proceeds benefiting local youth in need during the holiday season.
As part of National Fire Prevention Week, 13 Golden Valley firefighters visited nine schools in the community today to conduct fire evacuation drills and offer feedback to staff members on their performance. This is the 27th year the Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) has provided the service to help educate kids about fire safety.
Please remember, especially during dry days, that even one errant spark can cause a recreational fire to get out of control. For the sake of public safety and neighborly relations, the Golden Valley Fire Department reminds residents to make sure their recreational fires are properly managed and have the proper permits. Follow the link for a refresher on safety requirements for recreational fires.
Seven Golden Valley probationary firefighters graduated Monday, June 8, from the West Suburban Fire Academy, after 170 hours of intensive training that is the first step on their path to becoming state-certified firefighters.
Check These Out: Police And Fire In The Parks, Public Safety Open House, Bike-Along, And Coffee With A Cop
Cohesive communities are key to preventing crime, and summer wouldn’t be summer in Golden Valley without programs that give residents opportunities to meet police officers and firefighters in social settings. The Public Safety Open House is June 17. Police and Fire in the Parks starts June 16 and runs through July 22. Coffee With A Cop is June 19 and July 21. And the Police Bike-Along is June 28.