Recent Calls
Fri. Sep 13th 2019
Pumper 734 responded for a child locked inside a vehicle at an address on Shotwell Rd.
Mon. Sep 9th 2019
Deputy chief 701, rescue 726 and pumper 734 responded for a non injury motor vehicle accident on Angell Rd.
Mon. Sep 9th 2019
Pumper 714 moved up to the Owensville Volunteer Fire Department Station #1 while Owensville fire was on a search assignment.
Mon. Sep 9th 2019
Deputy chief 701, Dry Creek Blood Hounds 759 and Air cascade 789 responded to assist the Owensville Volunteer Fire Department for searching for a missing person near the intersection of Highway 19 and...
Wed. Sep 4th 2019
Pumper 724 responded to establish a landing zone for an incoming ambulance at 719 West End St.
News Headlines
Thu. Oct 25th 2018
Congratulations to Justin Haase on his promotion to Deputy Chief. Justin Haase has shown dedication to the Gerald-Rosebud Fire District for the past 10 years by providing exemplary services to his com...
Fri. Oct 12th 2018
We would like to congratulate Tim Cole on the promotion to Lieutenant #791, also Nick Via on the promotion to Lieutenant #792, and Jackson Clark on the promotion to Lieutenant #793. We also want to ...
Sat. Oct 7th 2017
Congratulations to Firefighter Jacob Broeker on his marriage to Elizabeth Ashby. We hope you will have may wonderful years together.
Tue. Jul 25th 2017
During July and August, matching funds grant checks for rural fire departments are being distributed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, Forestry Division staff. One hundred sixty-nine (169) ...
Thu. Dec 2nd 2010
The cold season is here again and this means starting up and running furnaces and other heating appliances. During this time of year there is a high potential for Carbon Monoxide emergencies to occur...

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Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources Open Burning Regulations are  posted on the site.  Please click on the Open Burning Regulations tab at the left to see the regulations.  We ask that anyone with questions regarding open burning contact the Fire District Business Office two to three days in advance of your planned burn so we can gather some basic information and answer any questions that you may have regarding state and local laws. If there is no answer at the fire station please leave a message and we will contact you with any questions or special instructions we may have.  


The State of Missouri ban on open burning has passed.  Open burning is permitted with the usual restrictions of no tires, petroleum products, treated lumbers, etc.  If you have any questions as to what can or cannot be legally burned please see the open burning regulations tab at the left.  If you have no questions about your burn you are cleared to proceed, we only ask that you contact Gasconade County E-911 dispatch (573)764-5202 and inform them that you will be doing a controlled burn.  They will notify us by text of the address and information.  Residents of both Franklin and Gasconade County should call Gasconade Co. Dispatch.

DO NOT CALL THE FIRE STATION OR BUSINESS OFFICE AND LEAVE A MESSAGE ABOUT CONTROLLED BURNING UNLESS YOU HAVE A SPECIFIC QUESTION ABOUT LAWS OR REGULATIONS.

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

 


 

 

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