Chaska Fire Department


Our department at a glance

The Chaska Fire Department started in 1871 as a volunteer department. It remains a volunteer organization with 45 firefighters, responding to over 1,000 calls a year. The department is proud of its high level of service and maintains an ISO rating of 4. 

The department is available for questions you have as a home or business owner.

Fire Station

The fire station, completed in 1996, is located at 285 Engler Boulevard. 

On display is a collection of memorabilia from the early days of the department, including the first motorized fire truck ever purchased by the department – a 1926 six-cylinder Studebaker, restored in every detail! Hanging prominently from the front of the fire station is the 400 lb. bronze bell used at the fire station in the early 1900s.

Open House

In September, the department hosts an open house. You can meet the firefighters, go on a fire truck ride, get some free food, and experience so much more!

This year's open house is Monday, September 11 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Chaska Fire Station.

Fire Prevention Week

During fire prevention week in October, firefighters are at schools and elderly housing units teaching young and old about the hazards of fire.

Fire Inspection Services

Go the the Fire Inspections page to view the services provided by our Fire Marshal and Fire Inspectors.