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There are over 3,000 fire hydrants throughout the City, and firefighters appreciate residents' help to keep them clear of snow, vegetation and debris. In the event of a fire, precious time is lost if firefighters have to clear the hydrant before connecting hoses and equipment.
Fire hydrants should have a clearance of 36" on all sides.
Photoelectric smoke detectors can be placed in the trash. Verify the type by checking the operating manual or the back of the detector. Remove batteries before throwing away the detector. Bring all rechargeable batteries to The Recycling Zone in Eagan for free recycling. It’s safe to put non-rechargeable batteries in the trash.
Ionization smoke detectors should not be placed in the trash. Verify with the manufacturer where they should be sent for proper recycling. The Fire Department cannot accept these detectors.