Emergency Services

Rockledge Borough Police

The mission of the Rockledge Borough Police Department is to provide professional and quality service to the residents of the Borough of Rockledge and the surrounding communities. To achieve its mission, the Rockledge Borough Police Department will act in partnership with the residents, business, religious, and civic groups of Rockledge Borough. The Police Department aims to preserve life, maintain human rights, protect property, and promote individual responsibility and community involvement.


Rockledge Borough uses this system for notifications about emergencies, severe weather, crime alerts, and disasters.  Sign up to receive alerts by e-mail and/or text message by going to http://readymontco.org/

Home Security Checklist When Going Away From Your Home

  • Notify the Rockledge Police Department at 215-379-8801
  • Lock all doors - use one inch dead bolts
  • Lock all windows - drill and pin them for extra security
  • Lock all garage doors
  • Stop mail and paper deliveries or ask a neighbor to pick them up for you
  • Place several lights and a radio on a timer
  • Adjust blinds and drapes for house appears occupied
  • Arrange for a neighbor to check your home and park in your driveway
  • Make a list of, and photograph, all your valuables. Also, you could engrave all valuables with your name and/or driver’s license number
  • Arrange to have your lawn and bushes cut or snow shoveled

Rockledge Fire Company

The members of The Rockledge Volunteer Fire Company dedicate their efforts to provide for the safety, protection and welfare of the public through the preservation of life, property and the environment. Learn more on the Rockledge Fire Company website.

Rockledge Town Watch

Town Watch members patrol our community in two-person teams in private vehicles equipped with their own cellular phones. They function strictly as observers and reporters for the Police Department watching for suspicious activity, unsafe conditions, and potentially dangerous situations. Town Watch members never put themselves at risk nor do they become personally involved in situations or incidents that they report. It requires 2 hours of time once a month.

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Second Alarmers Association & Rescue Squad of Montgomery County

Second Alarmers Rescue Squad provides these crucial life saving Emergency Medical and Rescue Services to the over 130,000 residents, in the 55,371 households of the 56.68 square mile area of Abington, Upper Dublin, Upper Moreland and Whitpain Townships as well as the Boroughs of Hatboro, Jenkintown and Rockledge. Second Alarmers is also the primary contracted EMS Company for 15 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike from the Willow Grove Inter-change. Learn more on the Second Alarmers Rescue Squad website.