The Fire Department invites residents and businesses to learn more about its Phase II transition and to help develop priorities for the future of Roseville’s fire and emergency management Services (EMS) system.
Since 2015, Roseville Fire has been transitioning from a part-time to a full-time Fire Department. This change rose from the need to both manage the complexities of a modern fire, emergency medical and emergency management service and meet the community’s needs.With Phase I of the transition now complete, the department is focusing on the second phase that addresses staffing needs, reducing risks in the community and adding advanced life support capabilities and invites the community to learn more about the process.
All meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. For more information visit www.cityofroseville.com/FDPhase2.
Roseville’s Fire Department is one of the busiest in the metro area, with more than 5,000 calls for service annually. The strategies implemented in both Phase I and Phase II help insure that the Fire Department is well positioned to serve the community well into the future