Lincoln is in a time crunch to replace its fire management model following Rocklin’s decision to end the city’s shared fire agreement in November. Rocklin/Lincoln Fire Chief Bill Hack presented five fire management options Tuesday to Lincoln City Council and the public during a special work session meeting in Lincoln.
The current model, entered into by both cities in 2016, provides for a shared fire chief, two division chiefs and three battalion chiefs. The fire chief and three battalion chiefs are Rocklin employees, while the two division chiefs are employed by Lincoln. Rocklin will terminate the agreement on June 30 at the end of the current fiscal year.