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Town Hall

20 W. Emma St.

P.O. Box 49

Rockford, WA 99030-0049

Office: (509) 291-4716

Fax:  (509) 291-5733


Hours:

Monday - Friday  9am - 4pm
Closed for lunch 12pm to 1pm



After hours, contact:

Carrie Roecks (509) 270-3310

Clint Stevenson (509) 291-3722


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911

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Small towns are known for their support, when a crisis strikes or when devastation hits, it’s the little communities that hold the kindest, most sincere hearts anyone could ask for.

As we speak, a small little town that hold residents just like us, here in Rockford, needs our help.

We are reaching out to our residents asking for your kindness and compassion to help the families who have lost their homes to fires.

Kamiah, Idaho was called home to over 1300 residents, until recently. Several residents’ homes have been destroyed and they are left with nothing. Currently, the town’s occupants are staying in garages, campers, or spare bedrooms that have been offered by friends and family that can help. These families are in desperate need of water, food, and clothing. Many of these people have animals that have also lost their shelter, pasture, and food.

If you can donate anything, their appreciation will be beyond what words can express.

They are currently in need of:

  • Bottled water (cases)
  • Pre-made food or food requiring minimal preparation in a field environment
  • Clothes (outer wear, men’s, women’s, children, all sizes, all genders)


Please contact Heidi Johnson or Kristy Cochrane at Rockford Town Hall if you can help in any way. (509) 291-4716

A plea for help from a fire-ravaged community...


​Current Water Shortage Stage:  2

  • No Burning
  • ​No Landscape Irrigation*
  • ​No Vehicle Washing
  • ​Limit Outdoor Cleaning
  • ​Limit Recreational Water Use

​* This does not include food producing gardens or watering of pets or livestock.