Chief of Police
The Rock Valley Ambulance Association (RVAA) began in 1973 and today, has 26 volunteer members with a variety of skill levels, including EMTs, Paramedics, and RNs. The RVAA runs as a conditional Paramedic service, meaning the ambulance crew can operate at the Paramedic level when there is a Paramedic available. The Ambulance Association is under the medical direction of Dr. David Adams. He approves the medical protocols used by the ambulance members and assists with training and quality improvement.
The Rock Valley Ambulance Association now averages over 330 calls a year, with about half of these being transfers from Hegg Health Center. The RVAA serves the community with 2 fully-equipped ambulances, a Gator, and a simulator for training. The Gator is used to respond to the Rock Valley trail system, where access is limited with large vehicles. It is also used for events with large crowds, such as football games and tractor pulls. The Ambulance Association responds jointly with Rock Valley Fire and Rescue to any motor vehicle accident or structure fire.
If you are interested in joining the ambulance department, you can download an application here. Applications can be turned in to the Rock Valley City Offices or mailed to the address above.
Nick Van Veldhuizen - President
Jim Boon - Vice President
Melanie Vande Waerdt - Secretary
Amy Van Der Brink - Treasurer
Joni Ymker - Service Director
Brent Eshuis - Fire Chief
Mike Van Driel - Assistant Chief
Matt Laman - Equipment Captain
Adam Buyert - Truck Captain
Bill Laman - Safety Captain
Kyle Post - Secretary/Treasurer
Monte Warburton - Chief of Police
Jeremy Spaans - Lieutenant
Richard Van Den Top
Chief of Police
Our City Maintenance Department goes above and beyond to keep our town running smoothly. They take care of everything from streets and sewers to our trails and trash, and everything in between. If you have a maintenance concern, please contact us.
The City Forman oversees street and garbage, water and sewer, parks, trails departments, helps plan projects, oversees projects and schedules work for supervisors.
The Water, Sewer, and Parks Department handle all things associated with water and sewer, including complying with all Iowa DNR rules and regulations, maintenance, and repair on all equipment. This department also locates all city lines for Iowa One Call, cleans 1/2 of all sewers every year, performs preventative maintenance on all equipment, and keeps accurate records of all of these tasks.
Water, Sewer, and Parks Department Supervisor
Water, Sewer, and Parks Operator
The Street and Garbage Department are responsible for all of Rock Valley's streets, garbage, trails, tree and grass recycling, and facilities.