The Wayzata Fire Department is a volunteer department that serves the City of Wayzata. It contracts with the City of Woodland for their fire coverage.
The Wayzata Fire Department also has auto aid as well as mutual aid agreements with all cities within Hennepin County.
There are approximately 30 members serving this department. Call volume is approximately 300 responses annually. The Wayzata Volunteer Fire Department has 1 fire station covering approximately 3.8 square miles.
Don't Be Afraid to Call 911
911 for any response
Emergency and Nonemergency
24 hours a day
Call 911 for any of the following reasons:
Any time you need police, fire or an ambulance to respond
Any situation that requires a police officer; such as a traffic accident, burglary, theft, property damage, parking complaint, ordinance violation or animal control issue
Request an ambulance, receive medical attention, or to report a fire or signs of a fire such as smoke or fire alarms
Report suspicious behavior or criminal activity such as shouts for help, breaking glass, loitering, trespassing or suspicious vehicles / people
If you witness an accident, fire or crime
If you encounter any incident that may require the help of police, fire or ambulance personnel
Reducing False Alarms
View a free online guide to assist homeowners in reducing false fire alarms from their home security systems.