Your Rock Community Firefighters are collecting non-perishable food items during the month of November to be donated to the Arnold Food Pantry. We are having a competition with other Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, and Dispatch agencies in Jefferson County to collect the most and build the largest tower, we would love your help! You can…Details
Rock Community’s own Jim Goebel was honored last weekend at the 27th annual Jefferson County Fire Engine Rally.Jim, who retired from Rock Community as a Fire Inspector earlier this year, was the Grand Marshal of the parade and we would like to thank the Jeffco Fire Engine Rally for honoring such a dedicated member of…Details
This is Sue McKeever. She brought dinner tonight to the firefighters she is pictured with because they saved her life. Sue was driving her car near Tenbrook Road on July 11 when she had a cardiac arrest. The car bumped into a utility pole and neighbors called in a car accident. 7115 responded to the…Details
Today marks the 20 anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. This attack is responsible for the death of 343 firefighters, 37 Port Authority Police, 23 NYPD and 2,565 civilians. Eleven Rock Community members climbed 110 stories at the annual Clayton Stair Climb in honor of the fallen. We will never forget.
September through November, you may see your Rock Community Firefighters conducting their annual testing and labeling of the district fire hydrants. They are checking the hydrants for proper operation and water flow. Testing the hydrants flushes the hydrant of any debris that can damage fire trucks and prevent adequate water flow for fire attack. During…Details
Thank you to everyone who stopped by to visit our table at the 2021 Job Fair at the Fox Service Center. We were able to share information about how to become a firefighter and what to expect on the job. Participants had the opportunity to experience using the jaws of life while playing a fun…Details
Congratulations to Joshua Dacus, Joshua Seegers, Aaron Macrander who were officially pinned as Rock Community Explorers! These three have completed testing and are now able to begin riding along with the crews and will join the ranks of the rest of our explorers pictured here.
This morning at the Rock Community Fire Protection District board meeting, the Bronze Medal of Valor was presented to Firefighter Kris Stoffregen for his quick thinking and action to save the life of a hypothermic victim from drowning on January 5th of 2021. A detailed report of the incident can be found below:On January 5th,…Details
Do you know a teenager who is interested in babysitting? We are excited to offer this free class to our community for teens wanting to be the BEST and SAFEST babysitter they can be. This class will be on August 5th at Rock Community Fire Station 5 from 8AM – 12PM. To register for the…Details
We are very excited to offer our community CPR classes again! To register for a class, please select the following link: https://www.osmanager4.com/advcustomerlanding.aspx?co=1…If you have a large group or business that needs CPR, please contact us to schedule a specific date for your group at (636) 296-2211.