Who are we?
The Gerald-Rosebud Fire Protection District is a fully volunteer department that covers parts of Franklin and Gasconade counties. GRFPD runs a variety of emergency calls including building fires, vehicle rescues, water rescue, large area search and rescue, brush/ field fires, EMS/medical emergencies, mutual-aid to surrounding districts, traffic hazards, and much more. Our volunteers are dedicated, committed, and do it for the love of this community. Our department works in tandem with community leaders and other agencies in the area to put the people of these incredible community first and offer the best public relations and emergency services we can offer.
From The City of Gerald Police Department:
The Gerald Police Department would like Gerald residents to have the following information regarding the city's storm sirens:
If the storm sirens sound continuously for 3 minutes this indicates a TORNADO WARNING
If the storm sirens sound continuously for 1 minute this indicates SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
If the siren sounds 2 short tones this is the signal for ALL CLEAR
Sirens are tested the first Monday of each month at 12:00 PM
Gerald - Rosebud Fire Protection District ISO Ratings Effective July 1, 2011:
Inside City Limits: 5
5 Miles Outside City Limits: 10