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No. It is illegal to burn discarded material (refuse / trash) on your property. However, you may burn tree limbs / brush if it was generated from your property and you live outside the city limits. For more information refer to the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality website.
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Currently there are 4 fire stations protecting the City of Owasso and some unincorporated areas of Tulsa and Rogers Counties.
Fire Station #1 is located at:
8901 N. Garnett
Owasso, OK 74055
Fire Station #2 is located at:
207 S. Cedar
Fire Station #3 is located at:
9990 N. 145th E. Ave.
Fire Station #4 and the Fire Department Headquarters is located at:
11933 E 116th St N
Collinsville, OK 74021
You can call Fire Administration at 918-272-5253, Monday - Friday, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. to schedule a fire station tour or visit by the firefighters. You can also fill out an online request by clicking here.
Call Fire Administration at 918-272-5253 or come by the administration office at Fire Station #1 (8901 N. Garnett Rd.) during normal business hours. You will need the date and location of the fire. The cost is $0.25 per page (most reports are less than 5 pages).