The department's comprehensive fire prevention programs include code enforcement, arson investigation and public education. The training work section provides state of the art training to fire fighters.
G. Keith Bryant
The Fire Department is partially funded from a 3/4 cent dedicated public safety sales tax approved by voters in 1990.
The Oklahoma City Fire Department (OCFD) serves a population of over a half-million people and an area of 621 square miles. Suppression and Rescue personnel operate on three different shifts (A, B, and C). Each shift is a 24-hour shift (7:00 am to 7:00 am).
We respond to more than 88,000 incidents a year. Seventy per cent are some form of medical call -- automobile accidents, industrial accidents, drownings, violence, and other forms of illness or injury.
Arson Hotline 405 232-7766.