The Harbor Gives Back Burn Ban
The County Burn Ban has been lifted.
Draw your own escape plan online This tool has been designed to help you work out and highlight the escape routes in your home in the event of a fire. You can then print out the plan for the whole family to use. Click here to get started...
The "Baby Moses Law" allows a parent of a baby younger than 60 days old to turn over the baby to a designated emergency infant care provider. more...
Attention Contractors Effective August 2, 2010 more...
In conjunction with NFPA 2011 Fire Prevention theme, the Rockwall Fire Department is providing education in the City of Rockwall Elementary Schools during the month of October. The program reinforces the theme of “Protect your Family from Fire!” For more information on Fire Department Public Education, contact Billy Termin at (972) 771-7770. more....
Prohibited Fireworks Zone Map
Fireworks are not allowed with 5,000 feet of Rockwall City Limits. click here for a map
The Vision of the Rockwall Fire Department is to provide a highly professional fire department through the utilization of volunteer members supplemented by a limited paid and administrative staff.
The Goals of the Rockwall Fire Department are to provide
Quality service equal to a fully-paid fire department
The Mission of the Rockwall Fire Department is to serve, protect and educate the citizens of our community in an effort to minimize the loss of life and property resulting from fire or other disasters.
The Values & Guiding Principals of the Rockwall Fire Department are:
Integrity - Fair and Honest beyond reproach
Professionalism - reliable, highly-trained
Customer Focused - dedicated to serve and protect
Innovative - forward looking; creatively using available resources, methodologies and technologies to protect life and property of the citizens
Respected - recognized for the services we provide to the community and the values we uphold
Benny Gracy Memorial Fire Station # 1
This station was built in 1984 and later named for Chief Benny Gracy who died April 28, 1985 in the line of duty, while attempting to rescue four citizens from floodwater. Administrative offices are located at this station. more...
Rockwall Fire Station #2 This station opened January 2, 2002 and was dedicated to Thomas H. Nalls who retired from the department with 41 years of service, including years as Chief, Captain and Firefighter. Funding for this station was provided by a 1997 bond election. more...
Rockwall Fire Station #3 This station opened October 24, 2009 and was dedicated to Early Bennett (Benny) Shaw. Funding
for this station was provided by the 2004-05 Bond Election. more...
Rockwall Fire Station #4 This station opened October 24, 2009 and was dedicated to Paul Craig Merritt, Sr. Funding for this station was provided by the 2004-05 Bond Election. more...
Please contact us at the e-mail addresses listed on our contact page, or call our main number at station #1,
Emergency Preparedness Program In case of emergency, KnoWhat2Do! We face many potential hazards here in North Central Texas, and there are many skilled and caring emergency professionals ready to help if and when disaster strikes. But you are your own best protection. The KnoWhat2Do Web site, developed through the collaboration of our North Central Texas regional governments, will teach you how to Think, Prepare and Act to protect your personal safety and the safety of those around you. To educate yourself on how you can be prepared to handle a disaster, visit www.knowhat2do.com for more information.