courage, commitment and compassion
The Seminole Fire Department knows there is a direct connection between the way we treat each other & our citizens. We strive to be perceived with respect, consideration, understanding, acceptance and care. SFD exists to serve our citizens (the public). Our menu of responsibilities is ever changing, but our basic areas of service are prevention and enforcement, public education, pre-hospital emergency care & transportation, and fire control.
seminole fire and rescue
Seminole Fire Department was established in 1906 as a volunteer department and since this time has continued to grow. The Seminole Fire Department is a combination department with 17 paid personnel and up to 32 volunteers. The department is under the supervision of Chief Bryant Baker. The department is made up of an EMS supervisor, 3 captains, 3 sergeants, 3 Lieutenants, 3 drivers, and 3 firefighters. The department is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) unit through the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Seminole Fire Department has 122 square miles of fire district and 256 square miles of EMS district. In 2011 the department personnel responded to 529 fire related calls and 2,471 EMS related calls.