Please use our "contact us" page to set up a tour. We ask that you contact us at least two weeks in advance.
Please contact Princeton City Hall at (763) 389-2040 to obtain a copy of a fire report.
We usually hire in the early spring. Please stop in at Princeton City Hall or contact the station for an application.
Princeton firefighters are required to be Firefighter 1&2 trained along with Emergency medical Responder and Haz Mat Op's. Training for a new firefighter usually takes a little under a year to complete. The cost is covered by the department.
Press and hold the button. The alarm should sound. If you hear chirping, replace the battery. Smoke detectors and Carbon Monoxide alarms should be replaced every five to seven years.
A multi purpose (ABC) fire extinguisher will extinguish most household fires. The rating on the extinguisher should be at least 2A-10B-C. Only fire extinguishers with metal handles can be refilled. The fire department does not service fire extinguishers.
Princeton Fire and Rescue is a volunteer paid-on-call department. Firefighters respond to the station and then to the call. Most of the time, the firefighters are at home or work.
You can submit a question on our "contact us" page or call Princeton City hall and leave us message.
Princeton Fire and Rescue Department
Princeton Fire and Rescue firefighters are dedicated and passionate about the job duties they perform. Each firefighter trains on a regular basis on a variety of topics every year. PFRD operates out of two stations. One is located in the City of Princeton and the second station is located in Wyanett Township.
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