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In the event of an emergency, dial 911.

Pocahontas County Sheriff’s Office

99 Court Square, Suite 9
Pocahontas, IA 50574

Phone: 712-335-3308
Fax: 712-335-4300

Rolfe Ambulance Department


Shelley Stumpf
Carolyn Dahl
Tony Keller
Veronica Knudsen
Tim North

Charity Orwig

Jamie Wolcott

Jared Kuchenreuther


Ashley Stewart
Shelby Stewart
Ashley Hobbs
Brian Dreith

Rolfe Fire Department

Rolfe Fire Department

Rolfe Fire Department’s goal is to strive unceasingly to find better ways of protecting the lives, homes, and property of its fellow citizens from the ravages of fire and other disasters.

Glenn MunsonFire Chief
Bill KemnaAsst. Fire Chief
Stephanie SindtSecretary/Treasurer
Roger PetersTraining Officer/Captain
Aaron OrwigSafety Officer
Gabe MunsonCaptain
Don KentFire Fighter
Dave DuitcherFire Fighter
Jon VigdalFire Fighter
Dennis TrenaryFire Fighter
Rick JonesFire Fighter
Clay Wells
Fire Fighter
Cody SoukupFire Fighter
Verdy KlockeFire Fighter
Aaron KrusenFire Fighter

Meeting Times

Fire Meeting Room: 712-848-3863

Meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Fundraising Projects

  • Annual Pancake Breakfast the Sunday morning of Greater Rolfe Days from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Kid’s Water Fights the Friday night of Greater Rolfe Days from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Community Donation Drive–Mailers are sent during the month of November. 

Without donations, Rolfe wouldn’t be able to have this service. Your continued support is appreciated. We are very fortunate to live in a community that works to have this service.

Class Training Schedules

Please contact the training officer for details on classes to prepare for becoming a fire fighter. Volunteers are continually learning new techniques to be prepared to handle disasters.


  • 1995 Chevy Midship Pumper (1200 gpm) is our main pumper 
  • 2000 GMC Tanker (2000 gal.tank) transports portable water tanks
  • 1984 Chevy Step Van is for carrying equipment and rescue tools, such as: “Jaws of Life,” various saws, pry bars, lights, etc.
  • 1930 Ford Model A is for parades (and extreme emergencies such as when Santa comes to town).