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Can you fill my pool?

No, we do not perform that service.

Can you get my cat out of the tree?

No, but you can call Georgia Cat in Tree Rescue at 770-461-2778.

Do you have car seats?

No, we do not provide car seats. If you need a car seat inspection, call Meredith Hutcheson at 404-416-5547 to make an appointment.

How do I get a fire report for insurance?
How do I get a 911/ CAD/ open records report?
Can I bring my child for a tour?

Please contact:
Jasmyne Johnson, Senior Fire Safety Educator

I want a fire truck for my party/ parade/ community event. How do I schedule it?

Please contact:
Jasmyne Johnson, Senior Fire Safety Educator

Do you do blood pressure checks?

Yes, your local station will check your blood pressure if they are in quarters.

How do I request a fire inspection for my business?

Complete the fire inspection request form under documents and email it to FireMarshal@RockdaleCountyGa.Gov . Someone will contact you within 24 hours (except weekends & holidays) to schedule

Rockdale County Fire Rescue Receives Revised ISO Rating

Rockdale County has received a revised Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating of Class 3. This rating has been achieved by only 10% of Fire Departments nationwide. The ISO currently evaluates over 50,000 Fire Departments nationwide. This rating reflects the hard work and dedication of the Rockdale County Fire Rescue, Rockdale County 911 Center and Rockdale Water Resources and their commitment to save lives and property. The new Public Protection Classification (PPC) rating will become effective September 1, 2018.

Fire Departments across the Nation are rated by the ISO to determine a PPC for individual Cities or Counties. This rating is published by the ISO and used by Insurance Companies to determine insurance rates. The ISO Schedule develops a PPC number on a relative scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being the very best and 10 representing less than minimum recognized fire protection. Most U.S. Insurers of Homes and Business Property use the PPC in calculating premiums. In general, the price of fire insurance in a community with a good PPC is substantially lower than in a community with a poor PPC.
When the ISO evaluates a Fire Departments capabilities it uses a system called the Fire Suppression Rating Schedule (FSRS) which employs nationally accepted standards developed by such organizations as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International. The FSRS considers 3 main areas of a community’s fire suppression capabilities including Emergency Communications (911 Call Center), the Fire Department, and Water Supply. In addition, it includes a Community Risk Reduction section that recognizes community efforts to reduce losses through fire prevention, public fire safety education and fire investigation.

Key elements considered when evaluating a Fire Department include Response Capabilities (Deployment Analysis) which includes adequate staffing of Fire Service Personnel on Engine Crews and Ladder Companies, Fire Station Distribution (Location and Coverage), Appropriate Apparatus and Equipment, Training, Water Supplies, Organizational Structure, Communications and Building/Fire Prevention Codes and their enforcement.

The Fire Department’s improved PPC Classification is a reflection of Rockdale County’s commitment to providing quality Public Safety Services to the citizens of Rockdale.

Chairman OZ Nesbitt stated “We are proud of this achievement by RCFR. The Board of Commissioners joins the community in celebrating the Firefighters who made this possible and potentially increased insurance premium savings for our residents.”

Fire Department Address
1496 Rockbridge Road NW
Conyers, GA 30012

Fire Department Headquarters

 Telephone: (770) 278-8401

Outdoor Burning Information
(770) 278-8402

Outdoor Burning Permitting
(877) 652-2876

(770) 278-8930


Useful Links

United States Fire Administration for Kids
“They will teach you about fire safety!”


Sparky the Fire Dog