Become A Member
Pride & dedication
There are many ways to volunteer, including many non-firefighting roles.
Rocky Run Fire Company responds to approximately 600 calls for service every year. Emergencies include fires, auto accidents, hazardous materials incidents, homeland security incidents, EMS assists, & public assists.
Serving the community is our goal and Contributing Members help us achieve that. As a Contributing or Administrative member you could assist with fundraisers, fire prevention, marketing, public relations, special events or anything else!
Yes, you can definitely apply. No experience is necessary because we will provide training for you.
We are recruiting members 16 years of age and older. We also have a Cadet program for members ages 14 and 15.
Because we are a 100% volunteer organization, there is no required length of time you must spend with us, however; it takes quite a lot of time and commitment on the Tactical side to reach the level of training and experience necessary for both your safety and the public’s safety.
Every Tuesday at 6:30PM we host in-house training (aka Drill). It’s recommended that you attend as many training sessions as you can.
As a new tactical member, you are required to attend a basic firefighting course at no cost to you. Advanced training is available in firefighting, vehicle rescue, CPR, EMT, Hazardous Materials, as well as other specialized training.
We are a 100% volunteer organization, so no one receives a pay check. Each member is covered by workers compensation and life insurance policies as required by the state, federal and municipal government at no cost to you.
The benefits associated with being a volunteer at Rocky Run Fire Company do not come with a dollar sign. Benefits include; self-satisfaction from helping others, serving your community, building your personal Resume, receiving state of the art training, and most importantly you will be joining a world wide family of fellow firefighters.
No. Our membership consists of men & women from different towns, counties, states, and even other countries!
No. As a tactical member, you are notified when an emergency call is received. Members that are available usually respond to the call.
All training sessions and company meetings are held on Tuesday nights. It is recommended that you attend as many training sessions as you are available for, however; it is understood that you may have other commitments on these nights.
Our station offers many comforts for members who want to spend time here. We encourage you to stop by and check out what we have to offer!
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Help The Community
Join Our Family
Rocky Run Fire Company is currently seeking members to join our Live-In Program. The program is designed to increase consistent staffing at the station while also providing housing accommodations for the member, creating a mutually beneficial environment!
- Completed National Certification & Firefighter 1 – or – in process of completing
- Current Hazmat Operations
- ICS/NIMS Training
- EMT (Preferred)