Lower St. Croix Valley Fire Department
As Fire Chief of Lower St. Croix Valley Fire Department and on behalf of the 29 men and women who proudly serve the Minnesota communities of Afton, Lakeland, Lakeland Shores, Lake St. Croix Beach and St. Mary’s Point, I welcome you to our website. I hope you find the information useful.
Jim Stanley, Fire Chief
1 day ago
Members of the LSCVFD performed annual recertification tonight for CPR training. Thanks to our very own instructor EMT Trainer Sherry Kirby for her time! ... See MoreSee Less
LSCV participated in the ice dive at Square Lake Saturday as part of the Fire Dive Rescue team in Washington County. Great to partner with a talented and committed group of individuals!Divers with the Washington County Fire Dive Team practiced their winter skills Saturday with an ice dive on Square Lake. SFD is part of the fire dive team that responds county wide for water related emergencies. ... See MoreSee Less
Lower Saint Croix Valley Fire Department added 3 new photos.
2 weeks ago
Go for the Gold Jessie! ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Members of the department and their spouses, along with representatives from the District and City Councils and other special guests, celebrated a successful 2017 at our annual awards banquet last evening at Stoneridge Golf Club. Years of service awards were presented to:
Engineer/EMT Kevin Wall (Afton) - 30 Years of Service
Captain Greg Michel (St Marys Point) - 25 Years of Service
Captain Dave Schneider (Lakeland) - 15 Years of Service
The enjoyable evening was capped off with a year end video compiled and produced by FF Brenda McKenzie. Special thanks to Woodbury Fire and Lakeview EMS for providing stand-by coverage during our event! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Dave. We're very proud of you!!!
Congratulations Kevin, thanks for your service
Congrats on your years of service! 🚒
Congrats, Greg Michel!!
Lower Saint Croix Valley Fire Department added 7 new photos.
1 month ago
In-Service with our new MSA Airpacks tonight thanks to our funding received on our FEMA grant! ... See MoreSee Less
you will love those!!!
Was this a multi dept grant or just your’s specifically?
2 months ago
Don't forget about your furry friends during the cold weather season! ... See MoreSee Less
Times certainly have changed but this is pretty cool!
Incredible footage of horse-drawn fire engines rushing to an apartment building fire in Albany, New York circa 1901.
Quite a difference from our modern day fire engines. ... See MoreSee Less
Important bit of info... please take a moment for this!
Minnesota State Patrol
Winter driving: Most of us have done it for years. Still, a little reminder on staying safe when the snow flies never hurt anyone. Because when it comes down to it, the weather is what’s really in charge.
So, here you have it from our winter driving guru Sgt. Ruben Marichalar. ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow is the first Sunday in December and can only mean one thing... Join us between 8am and Noon for All You Can Eat Pancakes at the Lower St Croix Valley Fire Department in Lake St. Croix Beach. Santa once again will be in attendance and is excited to see everyone before Christmas. Free Will Donation and remember to bring an item for the local food shelf! Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Amy 'Orth' Novotny
There will be a third party representative, Bill Becker Fire & Safety, at our fire station beginning at 8am on Wednesday, November 22nd who can recharge and re-certify extinguishers. Commercial and residents welcome... Payment due directly to the vendor at the time of service... ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Veterans! Members of the Lower St Croix Valley Fire Department will be helping in serving dinner at St Francis of Assisi Church this evening beginning at 5pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Mostly he taught what customer service was all about in the Fire service...Today Phoenix Fire Department celebrated the life of former PFD Fire Chief Alan V. Brunacini with Public Safety friends from around the world. Bruno was truly the Worlds Fire Chief. His contributions to our great career field are immeasurable. His dedication to Firefighter Safety, taking care of “Mrs. Smith”, & treating every person we come into contact with as a Customer have shaped not just Phoenix Fire Department but Fire Departments around the globe. There are no words to express how much we will all miss our friend, our mentor, our “boss”. Thank you Chief!!! ... See MoreSee Less