Public education through fire prevention awareness is one of the most important responsibilities of the West Metro Fire-Rescue District and we welcome the opportunity to share our resources in our communities whenever possible. We provide programs to businesses, schools, places of worship, senior living facilities, multifamily dwellings and civic groups.
Programs include tours of the fire station, senior fire safety presentations, apartment safety presentations, fire extinguisher training, evacuation drills, school presentations, residential fire safety surveys and other special events.
For additional information or to schedule a fire department public education program, please contact us or Deputy Fire Marshal Shelby Wolf.
Every winter there are hundreds of fire hydrants within the district that need to be maintained in order to ensure accessibility in case of fire. If you are a New Hope or Crystal resident and are willing to assist the district in maintaining a hydrant on your property we invite you to click the link below to learn more and complete the interest form. We thank you for assistance!