Oklahoma County now has two rural fire protection districts known as:
Deer Creek Fire Protection District - Established May 14th, 1996 and known as FD2
Hickory Hills Fire Protection District - Established May 14th, 1991 and known as FD1
Both districts were established by a petition of (25%) of title holders of the land, and approved by (3/5ths) of the qualified voters within the district. The Hickory Hills fires district is allowed to levy an assessment of (7.53) mills (or $7.53 per 1,000) on the dollar of assessed value of all the advalorem taxed property (Real, Personal, and Public Service) of the district. The Deer Creek fire district has a levy of 7.30 mills or $7.30 per thousand assessed.