Families, Adults and Senior Programs

We offer several programs geared specifically for Families, Adults and Seniors.

Our officers will teach many different life and fire safey topics: Fire prevention in the home or workplace, injury prevention, child passenger safety, portable fire extinguisher use, disaster evacuation, etc. To schedule a presentation call (918) 596-9444.

Having a working smoke alarm increases your chances of survival by 50 percent. Properly maintained smoke alarms save lives. Smoke alarms need to be checked every month and the batteries replaced once per year. Replace your detectors every 8-10 years.

To receive a free smoke alarm you must own your home, live within the city limits of Tulsa and be financially unable to afford a smoke alarm.

It is the sole responsiblity of the property owner/landlord to provide a working smoke alarm for tenants/renters according to 907.2.10.5 from the fire prevention code of the City of Tulsa.

For more information contact (918) 596-9422.

The Tulsa Fire Department offers a free car seat check-up event every third Thursday of the month at Fire Station 22 located at 7303 E. 15th St. Tulsa OK. 74135 from 2 - 4 p.m.

If you need a car seat installed or have any questions regarding child passenger safety contact Ray Evins at (918) 669-6192.

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