The Eagan Fire Department and the National Fire Protection Agency want you to be safe this holiday season and offer these suggestions regarding lighting safety. For additional information, Download an NFPA fact sheet on Christmas/Holiday lighting.
Wednesday, December 3, 6:00 p.m.
1001 Station Trail, Eagan Fire Station 2
Call or email with any questions: (651) 675.5909 / email@example.com
If your smoke detector sounds but there is no smoke or fire, do you know what it could mean? Have you considered how easy it might be to trip on power cords, throw rugs or other random items in your home? Have you checked to ensure that your windows have not been painted shut and would still be useful as an escape route? Helping Eagan residents answer these questions and stay safe in their homes is the idea behind Eagan’s Read more...
In association with Fire Prevention Week
The Eagan Fire Department invites you to attend:
Location: Fire Safety Center/ Fire Station 2,1001 Station Trail
Time: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Live Demonstrations - Kitchen Fire Demo 11:30 & 12:30
Audience Participation - Vehicle Extrication Demo 1:30 & 2:30
Fire Extinguisher use throughout the day
Fire Safety House
Fire Prevention Presentations
Fun for the whole family! Read more...
EAGAN, Minn. – The Dakota County Fire Chiefs Association unveiled its new kitchen fire prevention trailer at a demonstration yesterday outside Eagan City Hall. The $30,000 trailer, which was donated by Flint Hills Resources Pine Bend refinery in Rosemount, will allow Dakota County fire officials to educate the public on how to prevent kitchen fires, the number one type of fire in the U.S. At the demonstration, Read more...
At approximately 4:33 p.m. on January 22, 2014 Eagan Fire was dispatched to a report of a possible structure fire at 2981 Lexington Avenue in Eagan.
The first arriving Fire Chief observed heavy smoke coming from the house and was informed by a neighbor that they thought the home was occupied by one person.
The first ladder truck crew did a primary search of the home and found a victim on the main level of the home. The victim Read more...