Oklahoma City is a partner of "Deaf Link to provide the Accessible Hazard Alert System (AHAS) which will send accessible alert messages to registered subscribers who are Deaf, Blind, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf/Blind before, during, and after an emergency or disaster in Oklahoma City."
"The Oklahoma City Fire Department believes so strongly in the importance of having working smoke alarms that we implemented the “Project Life” smoke alarm program. Through donations and fund-raising efforts, The Oklahoma City Fire Department maintains a supply of long-life smoke alarms which we provide to our residents free of charge. We will come to your home and install them for you to ensure that they are in the proper locations. We believe every home in Oklahoma City should have working smoke alarms. If you are an Oklahoma City resident and need new smoke alarms, please complete the request form by clicking on the smoke alarm at the top of this page. You may also call 405-316-BEEP (2337) to schedule your free installation. "
"The Oklahoma City Mayor’s Committee on Disability Concerns works to foster an environment that promotes access and inclusion to all the city’s residents and visitors with disabilities. We work to create awareness of issues and solutions for the public."
"We make recommendations and advise the Mayor, Council, and staff of the City of Oklahoma City on matters supporting people with disabilities. We help the public find solutions on disability issues or connect them to resources they may need when we are able."