Information on renewal applicants, license types, helpful information and steps to follow in applying for a license including the relevant documents required.
Crime Watch is a group of neighbors looking out for neighbors. It is getting to know each other and becoming familiar with your neighbors’ habits for the better protection of the neighbourhood.
Rockland went online with Enhanced 911 service on November 23, 1996. Here you can find information about our call team, and what happens in an emergency situation.
Any member of the public who is at least 18 years of age or older may request sex offender information. The information can be provided to any individual for his/her own protection
We ask all members of the general public to review our list of Rockland Police Department Most Wanted and report to us if you have seen or witnessed any of them in your area.
This form is required to make any reports on annoyance/obscene phone calls. The telephone subscriber is required to sign this form and in doing so agrees that they will testify in court if necessary.
Tips for Safe School Bus Riding
1. Leave home early enough to arrive at your bus stop.
2. Wait for your bus in a safe place-well away from the road.
3. Enter the bus in an orderly manner and take your seat.
4. Follow all the instructions of your school bus driver.
5. Stay in your seat while the bus in moving.
6. Keep your arms and head in the bus at all times.
7. Keep the aisles clear of books, knapsacks.
8. Please be quiet and orderly.
9. Be courteous to your school bus driver and fellow students.
10. Be alert to traffic when leaving the bus.
11. Walk to your bus stop-avoid asking your parents to drive you there.
To the Parents
Please discuss the safety tips with your children. Your children should understand that riding the bus is a privilege. Permission to continue can be withdrawn.
Tips courtesy of the AAA traffic Safety Department and your Safety Officer.
For safe ice you need about four inches of ice. Wind, snow, sunlight, water depth, and underground springs all effect the strength of the ice. You need at least six or more inches for snowmobiles or ATV’s.
Try not to panic. Remain calm and turn towards the direction you came from. Place your hands and arms on the broken ice surface. Work forward by kicking your legs. If the ice breaks again try to get on some good ice. Once you are on solid ice don’t stand up; roll away from the thin ice. If you stand up you will most likely fall through the ice again.
Stay away from ice that looks like it has air bubbles. Stay away from ice fishing holes, areas that have objects sticking up, ice that had formed over running water, salt water, and the harbor ice. Any area that has a tidal current!
Contributing facts: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, MSNBC, Lifesaving Resources