News By Category: Fire Department

Minnesota’s Night To Unite isn’t until August 6, but now is the time to start planning your neighborhood party! Read More

In an effort to make better connections with children and parents in Golden Valley, the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments make frequent trips to parks around the city each summer. The first one of this summer will be June 20, 11 am, Gearty Park. Read More

Don’t forget to clear your schedule Wed, June 19, 6–8 pm, for the 2019 Public Safety Open House at the Golden Valley Police Department and Fire Station One (7700 Golden Valley Rd). Read More

Show your support for the Golden Valley Fire Relief Association at the annual Street Dance June 22, 5 pm–midnight, at the Chester Bird American Legion. Read More

Summertime is for enjoying the outdoors with family, friends, and neighbors, and getting together for a barbecue or a bonfire is always a good idea, as long as the proper precautions are taken. Read More

As an effort to make better connections with children and parents in the area, the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments will make stops at parks around the city during the summer for an afternoon or evening of fun. Read More

For more than 75 years, Golden Valley residents have relied on so-called ordinary people to protect our community with the Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) and its top-notch firefighters, facilities, equipment, and training. Now, the GVFD needs you to step up and continue this tradition of service. Attend one or more of the GVFD’s upcoming events to learn more about how to become a Golden Valley Firefighter. Read More

The 2019 Public Safety Open House is Wed, June 19, 6–8 pm at the Golden Valley Police Department and Fire Station One (7700 Golden Valley Rd). Read More

Over the next few months, the Golden Valley Fire Department will be performing annual inspections of the exteriors and yards of all homes in the community. Inspections will start mid-May and will take one to two months to complete.  Read More

Although it may not seem like it right now, extreme heat is on its way. It happens every summer in Minnesota, and the humidity only makes conditions worse.  Read More