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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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Have a Fire-Safe Holiday
News ImageThe holidays are here. Watch this Holiday Fire Safety guide from the Roseville Fire Department. By following these simple safety tips, your family will surely enjoy a happy and fire-safe holiday season. Watch the video on how to stay safe this holiday

Using a Turkey Fryer? Stay Safe
News ImageThe City of Roseville's Fire Department wants to make sure you know how to stay safe this holiday season when using a turkey fryer. Watch the video on how to safely use a turkey fryer.

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.



Give to Toys for Tots
News ImageAs the holiday season quickly approaches, the South Placer region and Roseville Fire Department launched the annual Toys for Tots campaign.

Those interested in making a toy donation are encouraged to stop by any FireStation in South Placer County to drop off a new unwrapped toy. This includesany Fire Station in the City of Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln, Loomis, orunincorporated Fire Districts in South Placer.


Use caution when disposing fireplace ashes
News ImageWith the return of the cold weather we tend to see an increase in fires related to ash from fireplaces and outdoor fire pits that were improperly disposed of in refuse cans and the city’s open space.

These fires have caused both structure fires and have lead to fires starting inside of refuse trucks. Fires in refuse trucks usually cause major damage to the truck, endanger the driver and in many cases will require the replacement of the truck.

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