Yellow bags have been placed on the newly painted fire hydrants around the city. These bags help protect the hydrants from corrosion from salt applied on the streets during snow and ice events.
Bags will remain in place until spring hydrant flushing.
Fridley Fire has tested the speed of removal for these bag covers and have no problem or concerns with that aspect. The bigger challenge firefighters face with fire hydrants is snow cover, so help th...
Now accepting applications to serve on Fridley's Charter Commission. There is one vacancy.
Get ready for winter! Between November 1 - April 1 there is no parking on city streets from 2:00 am - 6:00 am, and anytime snow/ice removal is in progress.
Fridley does not declare snow emergencies. By keeping the same rules in effect throughout the winter months, it makes it easier for everyone to remember and ensures that we get the roads clear as efficiently as possible. Thank you for helping us out.
K-9 Jax verses the bad guy = a Jax win!Thanks to the persistent efforts of Fridley K-9 Officer Roddy and his partner Jax, there is one less suspect on the streets.
K-9 Officer Roddy and Jax responded to a burglary in progress on Saturday night in Columbia Heights. When one of the first officers on scene saw a suspect running from the business, that information was relayed to our K-9 unit. Officer Roddy and Jax track...