Safety Tips & Events

  1. Give 'em a Glow!

    Kids are more than 2x likely to get struck and killed by a vehicle on Halloween than any other day of the year. Make sure your kids are seen this Halloween. Reflective tape, light colored costumes, flashlights, glow sticks - these are essential! Click Here for More Halloween Safety Reminders
  2. Congratulations Fridley Fire Explorers!

    Our Fire Explorers took 1st place in this year's Governor Fire Prevention Day competition at the MN State Fair. Read on...
  3. Crime Alert: 1st Degree Burglary

    In the overnight hours of October 22, 2016, Fridley Police responded to the 1000 block of Gardena Ave NE to a report of a home invasion involving a weapon. Residents were home at the time and were not harmed. Read on...
  4. Internet Safety Seminar: Nov. 15

    Join Fridley Police and learn how to better protect yourself and your children from internet predators. Learn about common scams, internet risks and safety. Find out what your kids are seeing on the internet and how to protect them. Read on...
  5. Stop by and Say Hi: October 26

    Our next Coffee with the Cops is Wednesday, October 26, from 4-5 p.m. Join us for good coffee and good conversation at Caribou, 272 57th Ave NE, just off University Ave near Cub.
View All
  1. Fridley Public Safety
    Fridley Public Safety
    Emergency or Non-Emergency Dispatch: Call 9-1-1
    Police: (763) 572-3629
    Fire: (763) 572-3613
    Outside Anoka Cty: (763) 427-1212
    Poison Control: (800) 222-1222
    Call Before You Dig: Call 8-1-1
    Fridley City Hall: (763) 572-3450

Are YOU ready? Would you know what to do in an emergency?
'EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS' website information: - information from Homeland Security on how to prepare for an emergency. - a Minnesota initiative created to help Minnesotans be informed, organized and connected about emergency preparedness.

Click here  for information from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.

Click here  for information about the Anoka County Hazard Mitigation Plan.

 Click on the link below for realtime weather updates for the Columbia Heights/Fridley area: