Albertville Fire Department
Wright County Emergency Dispatch: 9-1-1
Wright County Non-Emergency Dispatch: 763-682-1162
The Albertville Fire Department (AFD) was established in 1940. Currently the AFD covers 26 square miles and serves over 16,000 people in the Cities of Albertville and Otsego, Minnesota.
The AFD is a combination Fire Department, and consists of one full-time Fire Chief, 30 Paid-On-Call firefighters, and 3 Reserve Firefighters.
The AFD leadership team includes the Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, four Captains, and three Lieutenants.
Each AFD member is State certified, and licensed, to the minimum standards of Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Hazardous Material Operations, and MN State Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board-Certified Emergency Medical Responder. Many members choose additional State certifications in Fire Apparatus Operator, Fire Instructor, Fire Officer, Fire Investigator, Hazardous Materials Technician, and Emergency Medical Technician.
Albertville Fire Department members are highly trained and dedicated to their community in order to maintain the following oath to our citizens:
“The mission of the Albertville Fire Department is to minimize the loss of life and property from fire, natural disaster, and hazardous material incidents; and to save lives by providing emergency services in life threatening situations in the Cities of Albertville and Otsego; and to perform these services in a safe and efficient manner by maintaining effective emergency response, life safety principles, fire suppression initiatives, and fire prevention training.”
“The Albertville Fire Department is committed to providing a superior level of emergency service that continually improves the quality of life, health, and safety of the people who live, work in, and visit our community.”
The Albertville Fire Department is committed to the following Core Values:
Integrity: That our moral principles and intellectual honesty will carry through to the Fire Department and everything we do in the community.
Professionalism: We hold our individual involvement in this profession to the highest standards through committed, quality service to our community. We exemplify our professionalism in the way we take pride in ourselves through our service and day-to-day interactions.
Honor: We are committed to honesty, moral values, and ethics in all that we do. We believe that every action we take reflects on all the members of the Fire Department, both past and present.
Dedication: We hold a passionate belief in our mission as a Fire Department.
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Information on fire safety, fire extinguishers and consumer product safety recalls.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless, tasteless and invisible gas. Signs of CO poisoning include headache, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, and disorientation.
Cooking and heating units that burn fuel and are not properly ventilated or malfunction can be a source of CO in the home.
• Carbon monoxide alarms should be installed within 10 feet of each sleeping room or inside each sleeping room.
• Test CO alarms monthly.
• If a CO alarm sounds and you feel ill, call 911 immediately. If you feel fine, open windows and doors and call your utility company.
• Clear snow and debris from furnace, dryer, fireplace, or oven vents around your home to prevent a CO buildup.
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Phone Number: 763-497-3384 X 107
Fax Number: 763-497-3210
Mailing Address: 5959 Main Av NE, Albertville, MN 55301
Fire Hall Address: 11350 57th St NE, Albertville, MN 55301