The Pryor Fire Department serves a primary response district consisting of 75 square miles in and around the City of Pryor Creek. We provide protection for approximately 15,000 permanent residents and average over 1,400 calls per year. The Department’s operational yearly budget is over $1 million.
Staffing for the agency is currently comprised of 12 paid and 11 volunteer firefighters, with 20 volunteer positions. The department provides fire prevention, fire suppression, hazardous materials response, technical rescue activities and EMS services for the citizens of Pryor Creek and the surrounding area. Apparatus inventory includes three pumpers, one rescue, one 75’ aerial truck, three brush trucks, two tankers, one support truck, two rescue boats, hazmat trench/rescue trailer and two command vehicles. A wide array of mission-specific equipment is carried on each of these vehicles. Pryor Creek has two fire stations. The main station (Station 1) is located at 833 South Elliott at the corner of 9th & Elliott and is manned 24 hours/day. Station 2 is unmanned and is located at 34 N. Adair.
The Pryor Fire Department improved their community’s Public Protection Class by receiving an impressive ISO re-classification of 4 in 2009. This rating puts the Pryor Fire Department in the top 5% of fire departments in Oklahoma for Public Protection Classification.
Pryor Fire Department has 9 Fire Service Instructors that have went through extensive training at Oklahoma State University Fire Service Training to become certified instructors. Pryor Fire Department has a monthly training program, where our instructors teach various classes to help keep our firefighters up to date on the most recent training information available.
|BK Young||Fire Chief / Fire Marshal|