Unintentional injuries kill and disable more children than crime, drugs and disease combined. They are the number one health risk for school age children today. Visit them to get complimentary curriculum, educational ideas, coloring books and parent/children activities.
Children’s Activity Sheets
When to Call 9-1-1
Call 9-1-1 whenever you require a response from police, fire or ambulance. This is true for all responses, even non-emergencies.
The dispatch facility for Plymouth is the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Department. If you call the Plymouth Police Department, you will be asked to hang up and dial 9-1-1. Because of recent improvements in technology you may not hear any ringing, clicking or other sounds to indicate that your 9-1-1 call has been completed. Please be patient through the period of silence and the dispatcher will answer your call.
Handbook for Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
Practice 10 Rules of Safety
- Wear a helmet when rollerblading, skateboarding, or biking.
- Wear a life jacket when boating or fishing near the shore.
- Always play with a buddy and let your parents know where you’ll be playing.
- Buckle up every time that you ride in a car. Kids 4 - 8 years old should use booster seats when riding in a vehicle.
- Never play with matches, lighters or fire.
- Walk on the sidewalk not the street, and look both ways before crossing the road.
- Tell a grown up if you find or see a gun. Stay away from guns and bullets.
- Make and practice a home fire escape plan.
- Only take medicine from a grown-up that you trust.
- Dial 9-1-1 in an emergency.
Plymouth Fire Department, Outreach and Education
Plymouth Public Safety Building | 3400 Plymouth Boulevard | Plymouth, MN 55447-1482
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