Reflective Signs

The Rockwell Rural Fire Department has been making these signs for homeowners for the past few years and have sold hundreds of them. The Difference in finding a house with these number signs vs plain old numbers on a mailbox is astonishing especially at night time when we cannot see the small numbers on your mailbox. Please help us by purchasing one of these signs for your home. The money we make goes to fund needed items and makes our response much quicker and easier when you are in need of help.

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Rockwell Rural receives new ISO score

Rockwell Rural Fire Department recently went through an ISO evaluation.  The state uses ISO to determine insurance levels.  The lower the ISO score, the lower insurance rates are.  Rockwell Rural was previously a split district, with most of the district having an ISO score of 7 and a small part of the district a 9s.  With the recent evaluation, our entire district is now down to a score of 5.

Rockwell Rural Names New Chief

At the 2014 annual meeting in August Chief Allen Cress announced his retirement as chief after 20 years.  The board of directors unanimously elected Alan Shinn to take over as chief.  On September 30th Alan Shinn was officially sworn in as chief at a badge pinning ceremony.  Congratulations to Chief Alan Shinn.


Live Burn

May 31, 2014  Rockwell Rural conducted a live fire exercise today on Highway 52 just south of Rockwell.  Several teams from Rockwell Rural as well as crews from Rockwell City and Gold Hill rotated through several burns in this structure.  Live fire exercises provide us with some of the greatest training opportunities.


Structure Fire Mutual Aid Barger Rd

5/21/2014 Rockwell Rural responded mutual aid with Liberty FD to a reported structure fire on Barger Rd.  Engine 711 arrived first due to find a residential structure fully involved.  Tanker 515 responded to assist with water supply.  Unit from Liberty, Rockwell Rural, Rockwell City, Union and Gold Hill operated for approximately 4 hours before returning to service.


Not even the rain can stop us!

The members are doing their practicals for Driver Operator Service Testing certification class.  They are pump testing Tanker 515 when heavy rains entered the area.  The rain has not stopped us, we continue to do the task at hand as we always do.


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