Oktibbeha County Fire Department, Preventing Fires Is Their Intention

The Oktibbeha County Fire Department provides fire, rescue, and first response EMS to Oktibbeha County. Volunteer Firefighters are required to operate under strenuous and emergency conditions such as smoke, fire, heat, and cramped surroundings. Volunteers participate in training sessions and attend classes on firefighting, rescue, emergency medical treatment, and other related subjects. They also perform a wide variety of custodial and maintenance work in the station.

Oktibbeha County Fire Department requires that Volunteer Firefighters undergo training and supervision to be involved. However, there are many ways the community can help. Volunteers can help during public meetings, cleaning stations, and general assistance during public events.

For more information, contact Kirk Rosenhan at  or 662.435.0565.