Help "Make Safe Happen"


The IAFF and Nationwide Insurance have teamed up on a new safety campaign as part of Nationwide’s “Make Safe Happen” child safety initiative to educate and raise awareness of preventable childhood injuries and death.

For kids, furniture is like a mountain range waiting to be scaled. Dressers, televisions and even appliances can tip over and hurt a little climber.

This co-branded Furniture and TV Tip-Over campaign offers safety tips and other resources – including a public service announcement – to use to help educate the public about why it's important to make sure furniture is secure.

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Vote for Rockwall Firefighters

Rockwall Firefighters is honored to have been nominated by the Rockwall Chamber for the Chamber Choice Award.  Please see the below notice from the Chamber and vote for us! I would just like to congratulate Rockwall Professional Firefighters Ass...
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Our condolences to friends & family of Michael Kirkwood


Rockwall Professional Firefighters Association sends out our condolences to friends and family of Michael Kirkwood. Several members of the RPFA are helping cover today's shift for a few hours in order for the Mount Pleasant FD to attend the funeral. Special thanks to Adam Honea, Jay McKee, Jacob Farrell, and Andrew Burton of the Rockwall Fire Dept. for volunteering your time. Also, pictured are firefighters from Sulphur Springs serving as well.

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Happy Holiday's

On behalf of the members of the Rockwall Professional Firefighters Association I would like to wish all of our supporters a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Your support has been essential to the strong commitment we at the RPFA have to keeping ...
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Fire Fighters Offer Tips for a Safe and Happy Holiday Season

 Each year, fire departments respond to an average of 210 structure fires caused by Christmas trees. Combined with faulty holiday lights or open flames from candles, dry Christmas trees can quickly ignite and burn down a home.  Althoug...
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