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401 Oak St., Roseville, CA 95678
Admin Office: (916) 774-5800
Emergency Phone: 911
Non-Emergency Phone: (916) 774-5000
TDD: (916) 774-5220

Fire Administration Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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The Role of Mutual Aid During Disasters
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When disaster strikes throughout the state, the Placer County Fire agencies are prepared to act. The Western Placer County Fire Chiefs Association is the organization, operating under guidelines from California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES), to organize and deploy local emergency response when requests for assistance are made from other areas of the state.

Regional Resources Used to Fight Fires Across the State
News ImageAll the experts predicted that the fire season of 2015 would be one of the worst in history. The exceptionally dry weather and low moisture content in the ground created a perfect formula for fire to strike throughout the state of California. The City of Roseville Fire Department along with the other fire agencies in the region were challenged to prepare for this predicted season.

Paramedic Bike Team Gets a New Set of Wheels
News ImageThe Fire Department is always looking for new ways to better serve the growing community. In 2000, we started a team of paramedics that would ride bicycles on patrol.

Pioneering Cardiac Care Program Launches in Roseville
News ImageThe City of Roseville Fire Department is pioneering a new way to improve the survival rates of cardiac patients. In partnership with Kaiser Permanent Roseville and Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Roseville Fire has moved to the next frontier of timely medical treatment.

Hands Only CPR: Success Story
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Most people who experience cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public location die because they don't receive immediate CPR from someone on the scene. As a bystander, don't be afraid. Your actions can only help.

Here is a Hands Only CPR Success Story recently produced by the Fire Department and City Media Staff.

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