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The City of Roseville will proudly open the doors of its newest fire station to the public on August 29th.  Roseville Fire Station No. 7 is now open for business.  Located at 911 Highland Pointe Drive, the new fire station will be dedicated in the memory of former Assistant Fire Chief Vincent L. Kelley Jr. during a special ceremony, which is open to everyone.  Chief Kelley was a 32 year veteran with the Roseville Fire Department.  He passed away in 1982.

A safe and healthy community is a top priority of the City.  Fire Station No. 7 is strategically located to provide the best emergency response times in North Central Roseville and the Highway 65 corridor.  This station is a key component to the overall fire protection plan to the area, as well as the citywide emergency resource deployment strategy.


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The new fire station is home to seven firefighters, 24 hours a day.  With the opening of the new station, the City’s second ladder truck is also going into service.  Station 7 is home to Engine 7, Truck 7 and Rescue 7.  These resources comprise a ‘task force’.  In addition to the engine and truck, we have a medium rescue apparatus.  All of the personnel assigned to Station 7 have received and maintain currency in the very latest rescue technologies.  Should a significant event involving structural collapse or a confined space rescue occur, the engine, truck, and rescue would respond to the incident.  Fire Station No. 1, on Oak Street provides a similar task force response for hazardous materials incidents.

The 10,500 square foot facility was built at a cost of $4.3 million. The funds were provided by a tax on new development; the fire facilities tax was approved by voters back in 1984. This funding source has been a critical factor in the overall fire department capital improvement plan. The design for Fire Station No. 7 is a prototype for future fire stations, a cost saving measure aimed at reducing fire station design expenses in the future.