PRESS RELEASE: Hopkins Fire Department Receives $93,000 Grant to Continue and Expand Home Fire Safety ProgramThe $93,000 grant will allow the fire department to continue to conduct free home fire safety surveys, provide free smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and offer home safety education. More...
The Hopkins Fire Department will provide quality fire response, prevention services, emergency medical, hazardous materials and emergency preparedness that make a positive difference every day.
The Hopkins Fire Department is currently offering FREE CPR and AED classes to the community to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest. The 1 hour class will allow attendees to learn and practice adult hands-only CPR and AED use. This course does not offer certification but focuses on teaching students the necessary skills to save a life. The classes are completely free! To register or find for more information, please call the Hopkins Fire Department at 952-548-6465 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following dates are available for general enrollment. All classes will be held at the Hopkins Fire Department: 101 17th Avenue South
Additionally, if you have a group or event that has 10 or more people that would like to learn hands only CPR, please contact Jon Pritchard with the Hopkins Fire Department to schedule your free on-site class.
Members of the Hopkins Fire Department, through our commitment to innovation, service, and excellence, will always strive to be leaders in fire and life safety services, and model of a progressive and successful fire department.
Since 1893 members of the Hopkins Fire Department have taken pride in our commitment to professional service by maintaining our skills, knowledge and abilities. All members of the Department are committed to conducting ourselves in an ethical manner, conforming to a moral standard of right versus wrong by treating each other and the people we serve humanely, professionally and honestly.
The Hopkins Fire Department was organized in 1893 after a devastating fire brought to light the need for public fire protection.
In 1989, the Hopkins Fire Department was voted State of Minnesota Fire Department of the Year.