- Roswell Community CPR Class Application
- Roswell Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Application
- Request for Fire/EMS Incident Report Form
- Excessive Heat Guidebook
- National Fire Protection Association
- Roswell - Alpharetta Public Safety Training Center
- USFA - Fire Prevention
- U.S. Fire Administration
Here is proof that Stop the Bleed and tourniquet training will save lives. Roswell Fire provided over 100 Stop the Bleed bags. Every City building has them located in their AED cabinets and over 48 Roswell Police patrol vehicles equipped with AED’s also have them.
Please avoid the area of Azalea Drive due to flooding.
We have proof that Roswell citizens are the best! We had this special delivery today at Station 4. A homemade custom cake to celebrate the holiday season. We are very thankful for the incredible support of our citizens!
Why does public safety block the roadway during vehicle accidents? It is our policy and practice to block any lanes of traffic that can pose a threat to the patient and first responders on the scene of a traffic accident. Statistics from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition (NTIMC) reveal that, on average, at least two emergency responders are struck each day in the United States. It is our goal and duty to always prioritize safety on the scene of emergencies. #RFDBESToftheBEST