Fire Department

Idabel Fire and Rescue is a combination department with 11 paid and 15-20 volunteers.

Our mission is to protect lives, property, and the environment from fire and exposure to hazardous materials.  We offer programs which prepare our citizens for emergencies and provide pre-hospital emergency medical care. All paid personnel are trained to EMR (Emergency Medical Responders) level. We have 1 paid firefighter and 3 volunteers trained to paramedic level. We also provide non-emergency services, including fire prevention and related code enforcement, to residents and visitors of the City of Idabel.

Announcements

100 YEARS OF MEMBERSHIP

100 YEARS OF MEMBERSHIP

IDABEL FIRE DEPARTMENT  Idabel receives plaque for 100 years of membership with the OKLAHOMA FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION. The Oklahoma... Read More

Message from the Mayor

Message from the Mayor

RESOLUTION NO. 2020-03 A RESOLUTION RESCINDING CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION NUMBER 2020-01 AND RESOLUTION NUMBER 2020-02. WHEREAS, the City... Read More

City of Idabel Burn Permits

City of Idabel Burn Permits

Due to Covid-19 you no longer need to come to Idabel Fire Dept for a permit. We do require you call us @ 580-286-3704 or 580-286-5570 with your... Read More

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Department Info

Idabel Fire Department Patch

Fire Chief
Greg Oliver

 

Asstistant Chief
Ryan Gillham

209 South Central
Idabel, OK 74745

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M-F

Phone: 580-286-3704

Emergencies: Dial 911

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Monthly Responses

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YTD
40 21 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 89

Annual Responses

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 422 418 353 0

Fire Station Info

Idabel Fire Department
Fire Station

209 South Central
Idabel, OK 74745

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Operating Shifts

Idabel Fire & Rescue provides 24/7 response in three Shifts

  • A Shift: Captain Kurt Stevenson, Roger Williams, Hunter Bullock and Joseph Durant.
  • B Shift: Captain Frank Dollarhide, Joe Frunk and Matt Bryan.
  • C Shift: Captain Jim Green, Ryan Gillham, and Rebecca Scott.

Station Apparatus

  • Engine 7: 2016 KME Commercial International, has a Hale 1250 GPM pump, 990 gallon water, 10 gallon foam
  • Engine 1: 1996 Custom Pierce, Waterous 1500 GPM pump, 990 water 10 gallon foam
  • Engine 4: 2003 E-One Commercial Freightliner, Hale 1250 pump 990/10 Tank
  • Rescue 1: 2017 F-550 Blanchat B-27 Minuteman, CAFS 2.0, 390/10 Tank
  • Rescue 2: Utility: 1996 F-350 Boardman
  • Unit 6: 2002 F-350 Brush truck, 300 gal tank with Waterous pump
  • Unit 8: 2007 F-350 Brush truck, 300 gal tank with Hale pump
  • Tanker 1: 1998 Freightliner 5000 gal with dump valve & 4000 gal portable tank
  • Unit 10: 2014 F-250 Crew-Cab Service pickup
  • Boat 1: 16ft Aluminum Lowe, Mercury 25hp 4-stroke
  • Boat 2: 14ft Aluminum Weldcraft, Mercury 40hp 4-stroke
  • Terex Diesel Generator and light tower