The Rastatt Volunteer Fire Department is one of the oldest fire departments in Germany. Since 1846, volunteer comrades have been ensuring safety in Rastatt around the clock. The firefighters not only extinguish fires and rescue people and animals from dangerous situations, they also provide technical support to rescue workers in the event of serious accidents. Civil protection also includes the so-called fire safety watch, which is required at events.
The Rastatt Volunteer Fire Department consists of two departments in the city center and five departments in the districts. In addition, there is an old people's department and a youth department in the city center and in each of the districts. On average, 234 Florianjünger go out on about 500 missions a year to rescue, extinguish, rescue or protect people, animals and property.
Note: In case of emergency, please contact the Mittelbaden Integrated Control Center directly via the emergency number 112.
Website of the Rastatt Volunteer Fire Department