Tulsa Fire Safety Training Center

Tulsa Fire Department

The Tulsa Regional Fire Safety Training Center is a 40 acre, state-of-the-art secured training facility for professional firefighters, EMS paramedics, and community volunteers. The project included a fire station, a six-level burn tower, outdoor classrooms, trench props, a drafting/detention pond, and a variety of computer controlled, natural gas-fired training simulators designed to create realistic fire situations.


It also houses a 20,000 square foot building for the Special Operations division of the Tulsa Fire Department and includes space for fleet vehicles and equipment used by Oklahoma Task Force 1 and their associated Urban Search and Rescue teams. The building also provides office space, training rooms, and work areas for staff.