Then due to the growth of the Village of Roselle, the new, larger Fire Department Headquarters was build on the corner of Prospect St. and Maple Ave. in the Roselle Civic Center Plaza. On April 22, 1990, this building was dedicated. Everything was moved from the Walnut Street facility into the new firehouse. The "Peter Pirsch" engine and the hand-pumper are both on display in the new Fire Station Complex at the Civic Center Plaza. The old firehouse was converted into offices for the Roselle Public Works Water Division.
In August 1991, the first full-time firefighters were hired. Prior to this, firefighters were paid per call. By 1992 the Department Headquarters housed twelve vehicles including engines, ambulances, a light truck, ladder truck, brush truck (for grass fires), and a tanker. The tanker truck, purchased around 1990, carried 1,500 gallons of water. It allowed the department to fight fires even if fire hydrants were not available.
In 1992, there was a full-time Fire Chief, four full-time Firefighter EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians), six Firefighter Paramedics (the department contracts for their services) and thirty-eight "paid on call" firefighters.