Safety Tips & Events

  1. National Pet Fire Safety Day is observed annually on July 15

    Here are some tips on keeping your pets safe in a disaster and the importance of including your pets in an escape plan and practice with everyone in the home, including pets, twice a year. Read on...
  2. UPDATE: Murder Investigation

    Arrest made in Fridley murder case. A suspect has been identified. That suspect was actively pursued and taken into custody by officers from the Minneapolis Police Department. The suspect is in the custody of the Anoka County Jail. Read on...
  3. Cops and Cones: July 26

    Police will be hanging out at Fridley Dairy Queen on Wednesday, July 26 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. Stop by and join the conversation! Share concerns, ideas, neighborhood happenings, questions... anything that is on your mind.
  4. Night to Unite: Aug 1

    Gather your neighbors and step out for Night to Unite: Tuesday, August 1! A strong neighborhood is a safe neighborhood. Register Your Neighborhood Event
  5. Now Recruiting: Police Explorers

    Fridley Police Explorers, ages 14 to 18, explore law enforcement careers and gain invaluable skills and experience. Explorers are trained alongside active Officers and compete at a state competition. Read on...
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  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:

Ready.gov - information from Homeland Security on how to prepare for an emergency.

CodeReady.org - 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:
http://www.wunderground.com/personal-weather-station/dashboard?ID=KMNCOLUM2