News By Category: Fire Department

The Golden Valley Fire Department was recently profiled by the American Lung Association for its participation and large fundraising efforts in the annual Fight For Air Climb. Read More

The Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) has partnered with North Memorial Health and Safe Kids Northwest Metro Minneapolis to host a free car seat safety clinic Sat, Feb 8, 10 am–1 pm, at Fire Station One (7700 Golden Valley Road). Read More

Six new Golden Valley Fire Department recruits were sworn in last night and will soon start their training at the West Suburban Fire Academy (WSFA) to begin their careers as firefighters. Read More

Learn the life saving skills of CPR and AED from the Golden Valley Fire Department (GVFD) Tue, Feb 18, 7–8:30 pm at Brookview. Read More

The Golden Valley Police Department has canceled its Jan 16 GVPD University Citizen’s Academy class. Sign-ups are still open for the Feb 20 and March 12 classes.

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Golden Valley’s emergency siren test will go ahead as scheduled on the first Wednesday of the month, Jan 1, 2020, 1 pm. Read More

Unattended cooking and candles are the leading cause of fires, especially during the holidays, according to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA). Such fires caused an annual average of 80 deaths, 770 injuries, and $264 million in direct property damage between 2012–2016. The Golden Valley Fire Department urges residents to take extra caution this time of year. Read More

Golden Valley residents can go behind the scenes with the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments at one of the upcoming Citizen’s Academy classes Jan 16, Feb 20, and March 12, 2020.

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Go behind the scenes with the Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments (GVPD) (GVFD) at one of the upcoming Citizen’s Academy classes Jan 16, Feb 20, and March 12. Read More

As people give thanks during the holidays, many often think of ways to give back to their community. The Golden Valley Police and Fire Departments are involved in multiple holiday outreach programs and would welcome support from residents. Read More