Hazardous Environmental Conditions
The strength of a small town comes from its sense of community, with neighbors helping neighbors. Many of our residents are elderly or infirm, and susceptible to periods of high heat or bitter cold. If you feel that your health is being immediately threatened by high or low temperatures, contact the Town Hall at (509) 291-4716, and we will attempt to locate a safe place for you to cool down or warm up. After hours, contact either Carrie Roecks at (509) 291-3329 or Clint Stevenson at (509) 291-3722.
If you are experiencing symptoms of heat exhaustion or hypothermia call 911 immediately.
If you witness an emergency involving water service, sewage, or roads, contact the Town of Rockford's Public Works Director Dave Thompson at (509) 291-4716. After hours, contact Dave Thompson at (509) 294-0540, Carrie Roecks at (509) 291-3329, or Clint Stevenson at (509) 291-3722.
If you see downed or arcing power lines, call 911.
If you smell natural gas (sulphur or "rotting eggs" smell), call 911.
Rockford contracts with Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service for all animal control and pet licensing related services. If you have a concern or complaint, and wish to contact an animal control officer, please call
(509) 477-2532 10:00am - 5:30pm Monday through Saturday.
For more information, visit the SCRAPS website.
6815 E. Trent
Spokane Valley, WA 99212
Law Enforcement - Non-Emergency Crime Check 509-456-2233
Rockford contracts with the Spokane County Sheriff's Department for law enforcement services. Find out more about the Spokane County Sheriff's Department through its website.
When to call Crime Check?
Dial 911 for Emergencies!
The Rockford Fire Department provides Rockford with fire protection and EMT services.
Fire Chief: Gary Hill
Division Chief: Jason Seehorn
116 E. Emma St.
Rockford, WA 99030
P.O. Box 65
Rockford, WA 99030
Non-Emergency Phone: (509) 291-6666
20 W Emma Street Rockford, Washington 99030
Town of Rockford