Assistant Fire Chief
Fire Station 1 at 3900 Miller
4701 Rowlett Rd.
Police and Fire Dispatch:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fire Station Hours
24 hours a day,
7 days a week
Rowlett Fire Rescue provides emergency and non-emergency services to an area of 21 square miles, with a residential population of 57,703 and growing. We have 72 firefighters with 23 on shift which staff four strategically located stations on a 24-hour basis. Rowlett Fire Rescue responds to over 5,000 incidents annually.
Rowlett Fire Rescue was created in the early 1950s and purchased the first fire engine in 1955. Before 1979, it was a volunteer department. In the spring of 1979, three paid personnel were hired. Rowlett Fire has now been a fully paid, professional department for over 30 years.
Rowlett Fire Rescue's primary focus is commitment to delivering the highest quality and the most effective fire suppression, emergency medical services, and emergency management to the citizens of Rowlett.
If you are interested in learning more about our services and operations, contact Fire Rescue at 972-412-6230.
Common emergency and non-emergency areas include:
- Building fires or fire alarms
- Vehicle accidents involving injury or extrication
- Injured and sick citizens
- Hazardous materials incidents
- Animal rescue
- Assistance for the disabled and elderly
- Installation of smoke detectors and batteries
- Community education
Car Seat Safety
Rowlett Fire Rescue Mission Statement
Need information regarding car safety? We have a great website for you to check out. This is a great resource for keeping your kids
safe when they are on the move. Whether you're buying their first car seats or handing
your teen their first sets of car keys, here you will find answers to your most common questions. Should you let your kids walk to
school? What about bikes or the big yellow school bus? How safe is my car? The site is continually updated, so keep checking for the latest car safety information and guidelines.
Also, check out "Click it or Ticket" for information on why it's important to buckle up!
To Protect the Lives and Property of the Community We Serve from Fire or Disaster and to Minimize Suffering and Injury, from Accident or Illness.