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Emergency Services: Police, Ambulance & Fire
Manning Police Department
CHIEF OF POLICE | Emergency: 911
309 Elm Street, Manning, IA 51455 | Non-emergency: 712-655-2200
Sam Hansen, Chief of Police
Tyler Hoffmann, Patrol Officer
Scott Girard, Patrol Officer
The Manning Police Department works hard to provide safety for the area residents as well as community awareness and education. Officers are available 24 hours a day to provide community law enforcement services and protection for area residents.
To have an officer paged for an immediate response,
call the Carroll Communication Center at: 712-792-3536.
Manning Volunteer Ambulance Service
AMBULANCE SERVICE | Emergency: 911
203 E 3rd St., Carroll, IA 51401 | Office: 712-792-1335
The Carroll County Ambulance Service provides emergency services in Manning; housing an ambulance at the Manning Fire Station. Staffed completely by volunteers in Manning, the ambulance crew answers calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The ambulance is always looking for people interested in becoming EMTs or Paramedics and giving back to their community in an exciting, rewarding way.
For more information, contact Carroll County EMS
AMBULANCE CREW SHIFT AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Manning Fire and Rescue
FIRE STATION, MANNING | Emergency: 911
700 West Street., Manning, IA 51455 | Office: 712-655-2496
MAIL TO: 321 Center Street, Manning, IA 51455
Bob Barsby, Fire Chief
Manning's fire department is run by 36 dedicated volunteers and serves the City of Manning, the City of Aspinwall, and the surrounding rural areas. If you are interseted in becoming a volunteer fire fighter, contact one of the current members or Fire Chief, Bob Barsbu. The department has received over $500,000 in grants over the past 10 years to do projects like upgrade the jaws of life, purchase a new quick attack unit and new pumper/tanker vehicle, and purchase new gear and equipment. The new Fire and Rescue Station opened in January 2015 and was made possible by the dedication of local volunteers and the donations of many.
Ten of the 36 firefighters have earned national certification. In addition to responding to fire calls, the department participates in regular training and drills, public safety promotion, and aids other communities when fire assistance is needed.