9 A.M. TO 4 P.M.
NO BRANCHES LARGER THAN 4” IN DIAMETER
Upcoming Public Hearings
7:00PM 15 November - Public comment on proposed 2018 budget. (Regular Town Council Meeting to follow.)
7:00PM 29 November - Public comment on proposed 2018 budget. (Regular Town Council Meeting to follow.)
UPDATED FINAL BUDGET FOR 2018
5 YEAR BUDGET COMPARISION FOR 2018
SPOKANE COUNTY CRIME CHECK
Criminals will always see rural areas as lucrative targets due to remoteness and a prolonged law enforcement response. Surveillance and observation is one half of a good defense. If criminals know that they will be seen, the less likely they will be willing to commit their crime. The other half is reporting crimes when they occur. We know that we should not expect an immediate response for non-violent crimes, but this does not mean that our Sheriff's Department won't investigate property crimes, especially if they identify a trend. The best source of information to identify trends is via CRIMECHECK.
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20 W. Emma St.
P.O. Box 49
Rockford, WA 99030-0049
Office: (509) 291-4716
Fax: (509) 291-5733
Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm
Closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm
After hours, contact:
Carrie Roecks (509) 270-3310
Dave Thompson (509) 294-0540 or (509) 291-3229
Clint Stevenson (509) 291-3722
In case of emergency, dial
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By order of the ROCKFORD FIRE CHIEF:
Recreational Fires are now permitted.
for more information on what constitutes a Recreational Fire.
All other burning is prohibited within the Town of Rockford.
Town of Rockford, Washington
office: 509-291-4716 fax: 509-291-5733
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