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Smoke Alarms

Roseville Fire Installs Smoke Alarms

Residents at Roseville Estates can sleep a little easier. Thanks to Roseville Fire Department, Roseville Estates management and the Red Cross, residents are being offered a free fire safety check. Over the past week, Roseville firefighters knocked on 104 doors, conducted 54 safety checks, installed 33 smoke detectors and changed 18 smoke detector batteries at the manufactured home park. They also provided residents with fire safety information. Read more

CarFit Clinic

Seniors, Roseville Fire invites you to discover your perfect fit. You are invited to a Driver Safety CarFit event. CarFit is a free, interactive and educational program that teaches participants how to make their personal vehicle fit them correctly to increase safety and mobility before hitting the road. Participants review key areas such as adequate space from the steering wheel, proper seat belt use and properly adjusted safety devices. Read more

Medicine Disposal

Medicine Disposal

Roseville police officers and firefighters are often asked what a person can do with unused or unwanted medication. In the past, people were told to dump medications down the drain or put it in the trash. We now know that these options could have serious consequences. Ramsey County and the City of Roseville offer several safe options to dispose of unused medications. Read more

Organics Recycling

Are you interested in recycling food scraps and other organic items? Ramsey County offers free organics recycling drop-off at all seven of the county’s yard waste sites, and at Como Park. Items accepted include all food waste, coffee grounds and filters, delivery pizza boxes, tissues, paper egg cartons and more. Recycling organics returns essential nutrients to the soil and improves soil health, and helps the environment by reducing methane emissions. Read more

Halloween Safety

Halloween Safety

Ghosts, goblins, fairy princesses: imaginations run wild as kids play on Halloween night. It’s an evening for fun and fright, but it can also be an evening of risk if families don’t plan carefully to stay safe. Roseville Police offer tips for a safe Halloween adventure. Roseville’s curfew law applies on Halloween. Youths 15 years or younger must be indoors by 10 p.m. Teenagers, 16 and 17 years old, must be indoors by midnight. Read more

Flu and Pneumonia Shot Clinic

The Roseville Fire Department along with Cub Foods will hold a flu and pneumonia shot clinic on Saturday, October 27, at the Roseville Fire Station, 2701 Lexington Ave. N. from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. Please bring a copy of your insurance or Medicare card. Call 651-792-7309 if you have questions.

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