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Roseville Fire Department
Whether it's a medical incident, fire, hazardous material incident, rescue situation, or natural disaster, our firefighters are trained and ready to respond. Every Roseville Fire Department Firefighter is certified as a Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician, and with a at least one Paramedic on every response unit patients with even the most serious conditions can be stabilized and treated prior to being transported to a hospital. Roseville Fire Department specialty rescue teams respond to incidents involving hazardous materials, rope, and water rescue, and structural collapse.

The City of Roseville Fire Department’s mission is to protect and enhance the safety and well being of residents, businesses, customers and partners. The Department received a five year accreditation through the Center for Public Safety Excellence in 2016 and in July of 2015 the Department received an ISO Public Protection Classification rating of 2.


Outdoor Residential Recreational Burning Requirements
News ImageWhat is Residential Recreational Outdoor Burning? Residential recreational outdoor burning includes campfires, bonfires, as well as burning in fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and similar free-standing devices. Additionally, an outdoor fire can be used for the cooking of food.

Request an Incident Report
To request a fire incident report, contact the Roseville Fire Department and complete an Incident Report Request form.