Rolling Hills Fire Protection District

1959

In 1959, the Rolling Hills Fire Protection District No. 1 was one of only three Wagoner County Fire Departments and protected over 140 square miles of Wagoner and Rogers Counties. Today the district responds to 32 square miles in Wagoner County and has automatic and/or mutual aid agreements with Catoosa Fire, Oak Grove Fire, Tulsa Fire and Broken Arrow Fire.

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Saturday, August 6th, 2022
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Your Rolling Hills Fire District participated in the annual Renaissance Park Community Water Fight. Members of the department along with the Oklahoma Army National Guard had a great time with the resi...
Thursday, July 21st, 2022
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Effective July 21st the Wagoner County Commission has issues a burn ban due to the extreme fire danger. Please see attached proclamation. You can contact station 1 or the Emergency Management office w...
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The staff & members of Rolling Hills Fire are very excited to announce our new ISO classification, effective October 1st Rolling Hills will be an ISO (2).For those that don't know what this me...
Thursday, July 21st, 2022
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At approximately 05:30 am, Rolling Hills Fire responded to a mutual aid request in the Oak Grove Fire District for a report of smoke in a house. Oak Grove Fire and our unit found a mattress on fire an...
Thursday, June 30th, 2022
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Rolling Hills Fire responded to assist Tulsa Fire in the area of 17100 East Admiral Place for several RV trailers on fire.
Saturday, January 30th, 2016
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Mva on Will Rogers Turnpike with a grass fire. http://www.fox23.com/news/news/local/emergency-crews-respond-wreck-will-rogers/nqGJ9/
August 2022
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MVA
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