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Fire Department

Call 911 in case of emergency

Smoke Detectors

Per the Minnesota State Fire Marshall, all smoke detectors and all carbon monoxide detectors should be replaced every 10 years!

The City of Kennedy is serviced by a highly trained volunteer fire department. The department is equipped with the current firefighting equipment and continues to upgrade as technology continues to advance. In addition to the fire department, Kennedy hosts an excellent first responder squad which consists of several community members. The first responder squad services the City of Kennedy and surrounding townships as well.

Kennedy Fire Department
101 1st Street East (PO Box 228)
Kennedy, MN 56733
Phone: 218-674-4485
E-mail: office@kennedymn.org

 

Fire Chief: Aaron Kirkeby
Phone: 701-899-3215

 

The Kennedy Fire Department continues to strive to meet the safety needs of our community and the surrounding area. Our success depends, in part, on the financial support of others. We ask you to consider making a donation in any amount today. Make checks payable to the “Kennedy Fire Department” and return to the above address. Your donation is tax deductible.

Thank you for helping to sustain this essential community service.

Mail Donations to:
Kennedy Fire Department
PO Box 228
Kennedy, MN 56733

The City of Kennedy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, religion, sex, familial status, sexual orientation, and reprisal.

Fire Safety Tips

Preventing fires is an important part of fire safety. In the United States, cooking is the main cause of home fires. Cigarettes are a big risk too — as they are the leading cause of fire deaths. Here are some fire safety do's and don'ts:

  • Don't leave the stove or oven unattended when they are on.

  • Don't let children use kitchen appliances unsupervised.

  • Don't smoke in bed.

  • Make sure your smoke alarms work.

  • Have fire extinguishers on every floor and in your kitchen.

  • Have an escape plan.

  • Make sure your electrical appliances and cords are in good condition.

Thank You Firefighters!

 

Give a round of applause to the 2023 
Kennedy Volunteer Fire Department
:

  • Aaron Kirkeby, Chief

  • Carey Mortenson, Assistant Chief

  • Andy Kirkeby, Assistant Chief

  • Nathan Bowman

  • Matt Casper

  • Jason Christian

  • Brett Dahl

  • Austin Grochowski

  • Corey Grochowski

  • Casey Langen

  • Jon Langen

  • Kyle Langen

  • Todd Truedson

  • Eric Warner

Call 218-674-4485 to join...

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