Fire Department Forms
The forms listed below are provided for your convenience in contacting our department for specific types of services. Contact us at (918) 272-5253 for any form(s) that may not be listed.
Ask the Fire Department
Do you have a question you'd like to have answered? Complete and submit your questions here and we'll do our best to provide an answer.
Owasso Fire Prevention Association Knox Box Program
The Owasso Fire Prevention Association (OFPA) provides residential Knox Boxes for elder or special needs residents, who may live alone, have a history of falls or recent illness. This is a loaner program.
Request a Station Tour
The Owasso Fire Department looks forward to providing interested parties with a tour of our facilities as time permits. Use the form to request your date and time. Please Note: Tours are scheduled based on availability and staffing levels and may be subject to interruption based on a call-out.
Smoke Detector Installation
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) smoke alarms that are installed properly play a vital role in reducing fire deaths and injuries. A smoke detector should be installed in each bedroom of your home.
The City of Owasso offers every resident, whether inside or outside city limits, not paying for ambulance service on their utility bill the opportunity to participate in the City's ambulance subscription program. (If the City of Owasso currently picks up your trash, you are already enrolled. See the Ambulance Subscription tab for further information regarding apartment complexes, nursing homes, and multi-family dwellings.)
The Owasso Special Needs Alert Program (OSNAP) recognizes adults and children with special healthcare needs for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers. It is a pre-hospital notification program for any Owasso citizen who has special emergency care needs. First responders will be able to provide appropriate emergency care for the patient and reduce the level of stress usually experienced by the family when there is an emergency. Adults and children with disabilities, chronic conditions, and special healthcare needs are urged to enroll.