Rural Fire Districts

Firefighter spraying water on grass fire

The City of Coweta has been providing rural fire and ambulance service to unincorporated areas of Wagoner County for many years.

Voluntary Dues Structure

In an effort to continue providing this service, Coweta City Council has determined that a voluntary dues structure for county residents living outside the city limits is needed. Coweta City Council has come up with a dues structure that will be mutually beneficial to both the residents of the City and the county residents living in the unincorporated areas of Coweta's fence line. This will result in residents of Wagoner County living within Coweta's fence line to continue to receive the same excellent fire and ambulance service you expect from the City of Coweta.

Pay Voluntary Dues

If you live in the described area, it is recommended that you pay your annual voluntary dues. This not only allows you to continue to receive excellent 24/7 and year-round full‑time fire and ambulance service, it allows you to benefit from Coweta's ISO rating and receive better homeowners’ insurance rates.

Other Services

Finally, one component to consider is that fire service does not always apply to a fire. If you have a car accident, you can still depend on Coweta Fire Department to be available on that same 24/7/365 schedule, thereby giving you peace of mind for you and your family.

Second Fire Station

If Coweta is able to collect adequate dues, the City Council intends to aggressively pursue the construction of a second fire station to complement the existing fire service with even more manpower and equipment. It becomes evident that this program has far reaching benefits and you as a county resident will continue to benefit by simply paying your voluntary dues.