We work to keep you safe
The North St. Paul Fire Department is involved in many different safety programs to help keep our community and residents safe. Take a look at our programs to see how they can help you or your loved ones.
Local Automated External Defibrillator—AEDs
- American Legion Post 39—2678 E. 7th Avenue
- North St. Paul City Hall—2400 Margaret St.
- North St. Paul Public Works—2303 North St. Paul Drive
- Church of St. Peter—2600 N. Margaret St.
Project Life Saver
Project Lifesaver is the premier search and rescue program operated internationally by public safety agencies, and is strategically designed for “at risk” individuals who are prone to the life- threatening behavior of wandering. Project Lifesaver provides timely response to save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children with the propensity to wander due to a cognitive condition. Learn more here https://projectlifesaver.org/
Caring for a loved one who wanders is a considerable responsibility. Nothing is more frightening than the thought of a loved one with autism, Alzheimer’s, or other cognitive impairment becoming lost. SafetyNet® Tracking Systems technology helps public safety agencies quickly find and bring your loved ones home. It provides you with additional protection and peace of mind to keep your loved one safe. Learn more here https://safetynettracking.com/
SafeHaven is a free program offered by the North St. Paul Fire Department through a partnership with the American Red Cross. All owner-occupied dwellings in the City are eligible to receive:
- A safety inspection conducted by staff from the North St. Paul Fire Department
- Guidance on home evacuation plans
- Test and, if necessary, replace smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms
- Give general fire safety tips
- Install StoveTop Fire stops
There are no costs for SafeHaven services or products.
Apply for a SafeHaven Visit Today
Complete the SafeHaven visit request form online here A representative from the fire department will contact you to schedule a home visit.
Remembering When—Fire and Fall Prevention Program
Remembering When™ focuses on—8 fire prevention and 8 fall prevention safety messages developed by experts from national and local safety organizations to reduce the risk of being killer or injured in fires as you age.
Complete information on the Fire and Fall prevention training, and how your club, social or religious organizations, retirement communities or other association can use the program is available here
PulsePoint Respond App
Ramsey County Emergency Communications and the Ramsey County Fire Chiefs Association have adopted PulsePoint—a free mobile app that allows CPR-trained citizens to receive alerts about nearby sudden cardiac arrest victims in public locations so they may administer aid until responders arrive.
The free app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play Learn about the PulsePoint Respond App
The companion app, PulsePointAED lets citizens report and update AED locations so emergency responders can find an AED close to them when a cardiac emergency occurs. Help us build the community registry by using PulsePointAED to describe the location of an AED and add a picture. This information is shared with local authorities so they can verify the information and make it available to anyone using the PulsePoint app.