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    Download: 2020_SPFFGOLFTOURNEY.pdf


    Station 14 is selling Local 21 and SPFD face masks.  $15.00 each

    Stop by 14s and see Hornyak, Adam Werth or Kauffman.

    A picture containing drawing, foodDescription automatically generatedIt is with deep regret that Saint Paul Fire Captain, Tom Bever, shares with us the passing of his mother Karen Joanne Bever.  Karen passed away peacefully yesterday after a long battle with cancer.  One of her last requests was selfless, asking for any and all donations to go towards the non-profit Shield616.  This company recognizes the need for protection to all members of Public Safety, including Police, Firefighters and EMS Providers.  Shield616 works to outfit service men and women with tactical body armor. 

    Below is a link to learn more about Shield616 and you may follow the prompts to donate.  Please note that the Saint Paul Fire Department is an option to mark your donation.


    Our sincere condolences to the Bever family and thank you for sharing.

    Thank you to all Saint Paul Fire Department members, Local 21 and Fire Fighters United for making the Raising Rondo community event a huge success on Saturday.  A lot of effort was spent on organizing, promoting and coordinating so that we were able to assist many families and individuals with their essential needs.  Excellent work, SPFD!

    Come say farewell to an important part of SPFD's history!

    On Thursday, July 9th, 2020, at 11:00am, Saint Paul Fire Station No. 10 is being turned over to it's new owner in an informal ceremony between the Saint Paul Fire Department and the property development company.

    All active Fire Department personnel and Retirees are welcome and encouraged to attend.  Please bring memories and stories of Old Station 10 to share!  See below for a brief history and story by the Pioneer Press done in 2010 when Station 10 was retired.

    Engine House 10 History

    Station 10 is the oldest fire station in Saint Paul. The original building was erected in 1885 as a single bay house for Chemical 5. It was also designed as the horse hospital in 1890. Around the same time, Engine Company 10 was organized and moved to Station 10. An addition to Engine House 10 was completed in 1911, at which time Ladder 11 was organized at the house. In 1937, Quad 10 was placed in service to replace Engine 10 and Ladder 11. In 1949, the repair shop was moved to from Station 9 to Station 10. For years, Engine 10, Medic 10, and Ladder 10 were housed in this building. In April 2010, Fire Station 10, 754 Randolph Avenue, was consolidated with Fire Station 1, 296 West 7th Street, and moved into a brand new fire station. The new fire station is called Fire Station 1 and is located at 1000 West 7th Street.

    Pioneer Press story, click here.


    Derby Headquarters will be at the dock area of The Veteran’s Rest Camp on the southwest side of the lake. There is a launch there that we'll plan to use but it is shallow.  If you have a bigger boat we recommend the public launch on the north end of the lake off Mayberry Trail, or the County Park just south of the Veteran's Rest Camp.

    Check-in is at 8:00am and fishing starts at 9:00am.  Return to the docks for weigh-in is at 2:00pm.  Lunch (provided) will be at 2:30pm at the Veteran's Rest Camp pavilion.  Please BYOB.

    This tournament is for the fun and fellowship of Police, Fire and EMS workers.  You may fish as hard as you like, or if you just want to soak a bobber and hang out with the kids and/or friends, all are welcome!

    At least one person on each team must be an active or retired Police, Fire or EMS, full time OR volunteer.

    Local 21 is proud to recognize the diversity in our union and celebrates our LGBTQ members.  We encourage everyone to continue to raise awareness and take positive steps towards an inclusive culture.  Local 21, hand in hand with the leadership of the Saint Paul Fire Department, is committed to protecting, promoting and affirming the civil and human rights of its members and the community we serve.

    There is no place in public service for bias, discrimination or prejudice.

    Have a safe and awesome PRIDE month!

    The IAFF Elected Human Relations Committee (EHRC) was created by Convention resolution in 1988 to address issues relating to diversity and inclusion in our union and the fire service.  Since its inception, the EHRC has worked as the sounding board and voice of our union, providing insight and guidance to affiliates and fire departments on matters such as those going on today across the globe.

    Our membership is a reflection of all races, religions and genders that make up the two nations they serve. As leaders, we stand with the peaceful protesters who remind us what built our great labor movement and improved the lives of all workers.

    We stand against the discrimination and mistreatment of black people and all people of color, genders or identities. We stand against police brutality and against violence directed at the police. And, of course, we stand against any and all violence against our members as they do their work protecting their neighbors and communities.

    Local 21 is proud to be an integral piece of this fabric that gives strength to our union.  Local 21 member and Deputy Chief, Roy Mokosso, serves in one of the 16 positions that make up the EHRC.  He was elected by the more than 320,000 members of the IAFF and is dedicated to representing the values of Local 21, our membership and the Saint Paul Fire Department.

    Please click the link to view the full statement from the IAFF Elected Human Relations Committee.

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