It is the mission of the Lake Elmo Fire Department to serve its customers to the best of their abilities by minimizing loss of life and property for the City of Lake Elmo from fires, man-made and natural disasters, possible life-threatening situations, medical emergencies, haz-mat, and to assist other emergency agencies. Lake Elmo Fire Department members will perform these services in a safe, timely and courteous manner by maintaining effective fire prevention, emergency response, fire suppression and training, Haz-mat, Fire, Medical and Rescue.
Fire Department Contacts
Dustin Kalis, Fire Chief - (651) 770-5006 Dkalis@lakeelmo.org
Anthony Svoboda, Fire Inspector - (651) 747-3907 Asvoboda@lakeelmo.org
Fire Station #1 - 3510 Laverne Ave. N. - (651) 770-5006
Fire Station #2 - 4259 Jamaca Ave. N. - (651) 779-8882
The Lake Elmo Fire Department is recruiting! We're currently hiring paid-on-call firefighters. We offer great benefits including: paid training, pension, state-of-the-art equipment, and the opportunity to serve your community. Individuals with Fire and EMT certifications are encouraged to apply. Training is provided for those willing to learn. No previous experience necessary.
We want to provide you with all of the information to make this important decision. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Fire Chief Dustin Kalis at 651-747-3933.
Please submit completed applications to Jdickson@lakeelmo.org or mail/deliver documents to 3880 Laverne Ave N, Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Applications are due Friday, September 24, 2021
SafeHaven is a simple residential self-assessment of home safety and security jointly sponsored by the Lake Elmo Fire Department and Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Our goal is for you to be as safe as possible in your own home. We hope the only time you see a fire truck is during a parade and avoid the need to call us for an emergency, by providing these home safety tips. We can accomplish this best through education, prevention, and an on-going partnership as your Fire Department. That is exactly what Safe Haven is about. For more information on the SafeHaven and safety checklists, see the full SafeHaven booklet below. If you have questions or know that you would like some services, please call the Lake Elmo Fire Department at 651-770-5006.