WHAT IS LIFERIDE?
Cost Savings on Emergency Ambulance Services
LifeRide is an emergency medical services (EMS) program that provides valuable cost savings on emergency medical response and transportation provided by the Broken Arrow Fire Department. The program is administered through a subscription service payable through City of Broken Arrow utility bills.
What does it cost?
LifeRide costs only $5.45 monthly per household for those inside the City limits and $7.50 per month for those outside the City limits but within the Broken Arrow fence line. The monthly fee will show up as a line item on your utility bill.
Why do I need it?
To save money.
The average emergency response and ambulance transport costs $1,500. Insurance may cover a portion of this charge, but subscribers to LifeRide will pay nothing after a claim is submitted to your health insurance provider.
Members without health insurance will receive a 40% discount on their ambulance bill.
How do I enroll?
Sign up for LifeRide benefits when you open a new utility account with the City of Broken Arrow. Go to utilities page
If you don’t receive a utility bill and would like to enroll, you may sign up during the month of August, when the enrollment period opens. Forms may be found here.
For more information, call 918-259-6595 or email LifeRide@brokenarrowok.gov.
LifeRide Frequently Asked Questions
Download LifeRide Ordinance