Claremore’s firefighters operate from three stations located throughout the City. Station 1 is attached to City Hall, and was built in 1964 at the site of Claremore’s original fire station. Station 1 was remodeled in 1993 and houses a fire engine, the Region 2 CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive) Unit, the command vehicle, and a wild land/brush Unit. Built in 1970, Station 2 is located on Claremore’s west side and is home to a fire engine, a medium rescue, and a wild land/brush unit. Station 3 opened in 1986 near the industrial area of Claremore. Station 3 and the adjacent storage building house two fire engines, a 2000-gallon water tanker, and the department’s only aerial apparatus.
Claremore is home to one of only six Homeland Security Regional Response Units for the State of Oklahoma.