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For services before 6/1/2023, your ambulance bill can be paid by visiting the LifeQuest website.
For services on or after 6/1/2023, your ambulance bill can be paid by visiting the EMS Billing website
All information on the new Fire Station 2 project can be found at BetterTogetherEdina.org/Fire-Station-2.
Complete a free recreational fire permit form.
For services provided before 6/1/2023 ambulance medical records must be requested through our past provider at [email protected] or fax to 855-738-1998
For services on or after 6/1/2023 please visit our current provider EMS Billing. Note the authorization forms at the bottom of their page.
Patient customer service can be reached at 1-800-814-5339.
Edina Fire Department does not accept unwanted medications, prescription or nonprescription drugs, syringes, lancets or EpiPens.
Medications: Visit this Hennepin County page for guidelines and a list or map of places that accept medications (please note most do not take any needles).
Syringes, lancets and other needles: Hennepin County offers these guidelines and tips along with options for disposal. Residents also visit the Problem Waste Drop-off Center at 1400 W. 96th St. in Bloomington.
Probably not. The City’s policy, found here (PDF), outlines what is and isn’t allowed. In addition, your landlord may have rules restricting grills.
Please note no blood pressure checks are being offered right now due to COVID-19.
When then resume, Edina Fire Department will offer free blood pressure checks at Fire Station 1
Paramedics and other Edina emergency responders will look for what’s called a Life File form if they respond to your home. This form, which you fill out, lets them know vital information like medications you take, hospital preference, insurance information and emergency contacts. This form is especially helpful if you or another family member is unconscious or unable to respond clearly.
The below links will help you find and fill out this form. You can put the completed form in an envelope clearly marked "Life File" on your refrigerator. If you do not want it posted there, paramedics also will look for it by your medicine cabinet or on the back of your front door. Just make sure it is in plain sight in one of these locations.
Fire extinguishers should be maintained annually by a fire extinguisher professional. The Edina Fire Department maintains a list of Licensed Fire Extinguisher Service Companies (PDF) to assist you in finding a professional licensed in Edina.
The City of Edina does not offer car seat checks. However, plenty of assistance is available.
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For Older Adults
Visit CarFit for a program that offers older adults the opportunity to check how well their vehicles "fit" them.
Currently all tours are canceled due to COVID-19.
When they resume, Edina residents are welcome to tour Fire Station #1. Typically, individuals can stop by at their convenience. Edina groups should call 952-826-0339
Edina groups should call 952-826-0339 to schedule a speaker for an event.
No. The Department does not allow the use of the fire station for birthday parties.
Call 952-826-0339 to schedule a fire truck visit.
Yes. Fill out your free online permit and access rules and regulations of recreational fires.
An expired or expelled fire extinguisher can be brought to one of the Hennepin County waste disposal sights for recycling.