Fire & Paramedics
Like communities across our nation, we’ve been closely monitoring the unfolding of the situation around the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). The City is working diligently in responding to the unique needs of our residents, business owners, and key partners. We’ll be sending regular email updates about the City’s response to COVID-19. Please subscribe to our COVID-19 bulletin.
If you have questions about the City's response to COVID-19, call 651-266-6000 or email LanguageResources@ci.stpaul.mn.us. Translators are available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to answer questions in Hmong, Somali, Oromo, Karen, and Spanish.
- Magaalada St.Paul waxaa loo sameyay meel cusub oo layska soo waco sida looga jowaabo su’aalaha ku saabsan COVID-19. Soo wac 651-266-6000.
- Lub nroog Saint Paul muaj ib tug xovtooj tshiab los teb nej cov lus noog txog tus kabmob Covid-19. Hu rau 651-266-6000.
- La ciudad de Saint Paul tiene una nueva línea telefónica para responder a preguntas sobre la respuesta de la ciudad al coronavirus COVID-19. Llama a 651-266-6000.
- Magaalaan Seent Pool Vaayirasii Koronaa COVID-19 ilaalchisee gaaffiiqabdaniif deebii kennuudhaaf toora bilbilaa haaraa baaseera. 651-266-6000.
If you are concerned or feel sick and either recently were in an area with COVID-19 cases, or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, contact your primary health care provider to discuss further. Your doctor can review your risk factors, symptoms, concerns, and answer questions.
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has a website with information too, at https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html. The Minnesota Department of Health has a hotline for questions the general public has about COVID-19: 651-201-3920. The MDH Situation Update can be found HERE
The World Health Organization has a website with updates, educational material, and other information at https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
In alignment with the March 17th, 2020 Emergency Executive Order from our Mayor Melvin Carter III and the guidance from public health officials:
All fire department participation in community engagement events have been canceled
Safe-Haven Smoke/CO Detector installation and fire safety walkthroughs have been postponed
Public access to Fire Stations has been restricted
Walk-in blood pressure checks will be not be offered
The Saint Paul Fire Department protects the life and property of the people of Saint Paul.
We are a dedicated all hazard response agency comprised of firefighters, public educators, support staff and maintenance personnel - creating an effective team that are proud to serve the residents of our Capital City.
Congratulations to the Summer 2019 Fire Academy Graduates!