Fire Department Profile

The City of Roseburg Fire Department provides emergency services including fire suppression, emergency medical, hazardous materials response and mitigation, as well as fire prevention and code enforcement to the citizens of Roseburg.

City of Roseburg Facts

Population 24,258
Square Miles in Service Area     11
Department Budget - (2024 - 2025)  $9,141,266

Personnel Profile 

Administration 5
Prevention 2
Suppression 36
Total Personnel 43

Summary - There are 3 shifts and each shift works 24 hours.  Each shift has 11 Suppression Personnel and 1 Battalion Chief who is the shift supervisor.

Apparatus Profile

Front Line Engines 3
Reserve Engine 2
Ladder Truck 1
Brush Engine 2
Reserve Brush Engine
Haz-Mat Vehicle 2
Command Vehicles 2
Rehab Vehicle

Call Volume - 2023

Fire Calls 94
Ems Calls 4,580
Other Calls 2,908
Total Calls 7,582


Homeowner's and Fire Insurance Rating Information

The Insurance Services Office collects information on municipal fire protection efforts in communities throughout the United States and analyzes the information gathered using the Fire Suppression Rating Scale (FSRS). ISO then assigns a Public Protection Classification from 1-10. ISO evaluations typically occur every 4 to 6 years.   The City of Roseburg Fire Department was evaluated in 2016 and received a public protection classification of 2.  Prior to 2016, the department had been rated a classification of 3 for several years.  The City of Roseburg Fire Department is proud to have an improved classification for the Citizens of Roseburg.  This improved rating will potentially lower insurance costs for homeowners within the City limits of Roseburg.