Jim Cooper's Tire & Auto Service 1835 Diffley Rd, Saint Paul, MN55122 Locally-owned and operated, this full service automobile and light truck repair facility uses the latest technology…More and training to repair and maintain vehicles. Its staff is professional, well trained and knowledgeable, and its technicians are ASE certified.
Fusion Martial Arts 525 Diffley Rd, Eagan, MN55123 Fusion Martial Arts is a facility specifically designed to create an optimal martial arts training environment. Fusion…More is a blend of traditional martial arts instruction and innovative teaching techniques to create the highest quality martial arts training experience. Programs include Taekwondo and F.I.G.H.T., the most advanced self-defense training system of its kind. Fusion Martial Arts emphasizes confidence, respect, leadership, loyalty, honor and integrity.
Especially for Children 3370 Coachman Rd, Saint Paul, MN55121 Especially for Children , open since 1976, provides quality care and education for children. It has a trained, nurturing…More staff and provides a safe, caring environment for infants through school-age children. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are served throughout the day. The large facility accommodates a wide range of activities.
Anytime Fitness 1985 Silver Bell Rd, Eagan, MN55122 Anytime Fitness is a gym for the workout enthusiast/insomniac. The facility offers cardio machines, strength equipment,…More free weights, tanning, 24x7 classes and personal training options. Anytime Fitness also gives discounts to military personnel.
Life Time Fitness is a large fitness center with more than 400 pieces of state-of-the-art cardiovascular and…More resistance equipment and free weights. Conveniently located off Cliff Road, the Eagan fitness center also has basketball courts, a climbing wall and racquetball courts. A child-friendly facility, Life Time also provides a junior sport court and play maze.
The LifeCafe nutrition store, massages, personal training and tanning beds are also available.
Eagan's Fire Department has the second largest volunteer fire department in the state and is actively involved in the…More community. Currently, the department has five full-time employees and 110 volunteers, with room for 150 volunteers. There are six fire stations, which are staffed by volunteers during an emergency call.
The fire department responded to 1,200 rescue calls in 2009 and is outfitted with 30 pieces of equipment.
Once a year, the station recruits new volunteer firefighters. Weekly training lasts for six months and costs the department $5,000-$10,000 per new firefighter. However, the department saves $3.5 million a year thanks to its volunteers.
Three volunteer firefighters live at the fire administration building/station #6, and they are part of the Volunteer Resident Firefighter program. According to Fire Chief Mike Scott, there is a waitlist to take part in the resident program. Resident volunteer firefighters are quick to respond to calls and help reduce the amount of time it takes to get to emergencies. They receive free room and board for their volunteer services, along with shared bathroom facilities, a small kitchen and a common living area.
The Eagan Fire Department/Administration Building and Fire Station #2, off of Lone Oak Circle, will be closing its doors once the new City of Eagan Public Safety Center is finished being built in spring 2011. At this time, three more resident volunteer firefighters will move in, for a grand total of six resident volunteer firefighters.
Fire Chief Mike Scott began his firefighting career in 1983 as a volunteer firefighter. He has been fire chief since 2006 and was the department's first full-time staff member. Scott's father was chief in 1971, and his sister became the first female firefighter in 1977 (she now works as an Eagan police officer).