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City of Superior residents can utilize WLSSD’s Household Hazardous Waste facility to dispose of old fire extinguishers, smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Not all alarms are considered hazardous waste however and some can be disposed of in your regular trash. See the DISPOSAL GUIDE for more information.
The Fire Department does not fill swimming pools.
The fire department is responsible for enforcing laws which we call fire codes, for all businesses and apartment buildings in our community. Most codes are dictated by the State and some are by city ordinance. A code is a rule which a business or owner of an apartment building must follow for fire safety. The department has 3 Fire Inspectors who inspect businesses and apartment buildings in Superior to insure that codes are being followed.
The Fire Department has certified technicians that can assist you with your child's car seat at our monthly car seat clinics. Please call headquarters at 715-395-1680 or send us an email to find out when our next clinic is scheduled. You can also follow Superior Fire Department's Facebook page, where we post all upcoming clinics. We do not offer drop in car seat /same day checks. We coordinate with Duluth & Cloquet Fire Departments to try to insure that between our departments, there are 3 clinics available each month. Please give us a call if you have additional questions. We are happy to help!
Superior Fire Department has 3 stations in the city. Headquarters is located at 3326 Tower Ave and has the following personnel on duty : Fire Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, 1 Battalion Chief, generally 4 firefighters, a mechanic and an administrative assistant. Three to four firefighters staff Stations 2 and 3, which are located at 723 Hammond Avenue and 2531 East 5th Street, respectively.