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During an emergency situation, every second counts for emergency responders. Take these steps before there is an emergency on your property :
By following these easy steps, you will help emergency responders quickly identify properties. If you have any questions, please call our Fire Marshal’s office at 651-766-4033.
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Civil defense sirens are tested on the first Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m.
Homes and businesses may have two penalty-free false alarms per calendar year. After two false alarms, every subsequent false alarm will cost the alarm holder a fee. Responding to false alarms takes away valuable time that emergency personnel could be spending elsewhere. Almost all false alarms are caused by lack of training. We encourage you to take the time to train everyone who will be activating or deactivating the alarm!
Recreational fires do not require permits. However, there are some regulations you must follow.
Recreational Fire Ordinance
Allina Medical provides ambulance services to more than 70 communities in and near the Twin Cities Metro area. Their service area stretches across Ramsey, Anoka, Hennepin, and Scott counties, including the City of Little Canada. Paramedics and EMTs provide continuous coverage, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Residents should call 911 in an emergency. General questions on ambulance services should be directed to Allina at 651-222-0555.