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Public Safety

The City of Kingfisher’s Public Safety Team is comprised of the following departments: Community Development, Emergency Management, and Police Department.

Community Development

Linda Garcia is the Community Development Director and Building Inspector.

Linda’s office is at City Hall, and she can be reached at (405) 375-3705 or for any building, code, or nuisance abatement issues. Code Enforcement, all new construction, renovation or remodeling concerns or questions are handled by Linda. 

Jeff Townsend is the Code Enforcement Officer and can be reached at 405-375-3705 and responds to the Code Enforcement Complaint Form 

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Emergency Management

Steve Loftis serves as the Emergency Management Director for both the City of Kingfisher and Kingfisher County. His office is located at the Kingfisher County Courthouse complex. Steve can be reached at (405) 375-5662 or via email.


The Kingfisher Fire/EMS Department provides fire protection services for the City of Kingfisher as well as mutual aid to surrounding areas. The Department also provides EMS service within the 522 Ambulance District with Emergency Medical Technicians, Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians, and Paramedics.

The Department provides outreach training to the community and educational programs to Kingfisher Public Schools.

Chief Tony Stewart is a thirty year veteran of the department, providing quality oversight and accountability of the department. Chief Stewart can be reached at (405) 375-4070 or via email

Police Department

The Kingfisher Police Department is located at 102 W. Coronado in Kingfisher. The department provides quality protection and services to the community as well as mutual aid to surrounding areas. Under the leadership of Chief David Catron, the department patrols Kingfisher, provides outreach training, and protects the general public. Chief Catron can be reached at (405)375-4674 or via