Thank you for visiting our website.  We hope you receive the insight into our department and the services we provide to our community.

We are an all volunteer rural fire department (Title 18) established and state incorporated May 28, 1993 with a ISO Public Protection Classification 8B/10 rating (see letter below).


We operate from one station with 12 volunteers and 8 vehicles covering 44 square miles operating with a budget totally supported from fire protection agreements, service fees, donations, fundraisers and grants.  We received no revenue from sales tax as we are not a municipality (Title 11) and not authorized to assess, levy or collect ad valorem property taxes as we are not a fire protection district (Title 19). We are a IRS 501(c)3 public charity organization meaning all donations are tax deductible. 


We currently respond to approximately 100 emergency and non-emergency incidents annually with the majority of them being wildland fires and medical emergencies.


Our mission is to "help those who are in need" and our vision is "a team of well-trained professional members with the knowledge and resources to control any situation given that will enhance the safety of the citizens and visitors of Olive."


Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm at the fire station open to the public unless otherwise noted.


Please visit our Facebook Page (click the link below) for the latest department breaking news, updates, events and activities.


Contact Information

Mail: 43526 West 95th Street South, Drumright, OK 74030

Emergency: 911 or 918-352-3131

Non-Emergency: 918-352-4040

Email: olivefire@msn.com

2019 Public Meeting Notice.pdf 2019 Public Meeting Notice.pdf
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2019 ISO Review Letter.pdf 2019 ISO Review Letter.pdf
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Public Record Notice  and Request Form.pdf Public Record Notice and Request Form.pdf
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Complement-Complaint Form.pdf Complement-Complaint Form.pdf
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Wildland Home Assessment Checklist.pdf Wildland Home Assessment Checklist.pdf
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*** Department News *** 


6/28/19: We received our new 5/10 ISO Fire Protection Rating.  See our facebook post and the letter above.


4/18/19: We received a pallet of drinking water from Crossroads Pipeline Services. Thank You!


4/15/19: We received a $5,000 TransCanada grant to purchase a new radio repeater system and winch for our second out brush truck. Thank You!


4/12/19: We received a $10,000 REAP grant to purchase a new battery powered rescue cutter/spreader combi-tool. Thank You!


1/1/19: We still have free smoke alarms to install.  Please contact us if you need some for your home.

 

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We attempt to keep this website up-to-date however our Facebook page is always current.  Please click on the Facebook photo above.


CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS

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