The holiday schedule for City services is below:
Thanksgiving Day (Thurs., Nov. 27)
Day after Thanksgiving (Fri., Nov. 28)
Saturday, November 29
Find information about the metro area snow routes and tips to stay safe during winter weather. More
Gaylord Blvd. between Reno Ave. and SW 4th St. will temporarily close to traffic beginning at 9a.m. on Monday, November 17, 2014 and continuing through the end of 2015. Private utility crews and Oklahoma Department of Transportation contractors will be in the area relocating lines and making improvements in anticipation of the east section (near Bricktown) of the Oklahoma City Boulevard construction. More
Oklahoma City is giving away an estimated 235 free storm shelters to Oklahoma City homeowners who qualify based on household income. To qualify, a family of two can earn up to $39,300; a family of four can earn up to $49,100 and a family of six can earn up to $57,000. The storm shelters are available only to Oklahoma City residents who were affected in some way by the May 19-20 or 31, 2013 storms. Damage as insignificant as downed branches could qualify. The applicant must own and live in the home to qualify. Rental property is not eligible. Call 297-2846 for details or visit okc.gov/recover.
Oklahoma City homeowners whose homes were damaged by wind, hail, flooding or a tornado during the May 19-20 or 31, 2013 storms can apply for financial help to make needed repairs. The financial assistance can help replace roofs, windows, fencing, floors and more and is available to homeowners who qualify based on household income. A family of two can earn up to $39,300; a family of four can earn up to $49,100 and a family of six can earn up to $57,000. Applicants must own and live in the home to qualify. Call 297-2846 for details or visit okc.gov/recover.
Oklahoma City officials launched a new mobile app that makes it easier for residents to report code violations. The app, OKC GOV, is available to download free on Android and Apple devices from the Android or Apple app stores. More
Oklahoma City leaders broke ground today on an 11-acre whitewater rafting and kayaking center that will continue the development of the Oklahoma River into a recreation landmark for residents and visitors. More
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is carefully monitoring Ebola in the U.S. Read their webpage for details about the disease and preparedness. More
Oklahoma City residents with hearing disabilities, blindness and vision impairments can subscribe to get disaster information by text and email alerts at www.okc.deaflink.com. The subscriber-based service is free to Oklahoma City residents. The alert messages include information about the emergency and what actions to take. It is designed to respond primarily to “threat to life and property” events. More
Oklahoma City residents have a very positive perception of the City, 78 percent think the City is moving in the right direction. Among large U.S. cities, Oklahoma City’s rating for the overall quality of city services is one of the best in the nation, 18 percent above the national average. Eight out of 10 Oklahoma City residents who responded to the survey think Oklahoma City is a good place to live, raise children and work. Their ratings were from five to 10 percent above the national average for large U.S. cities. More (PDF)
Oklahoma City and surrounding communities have implemented Progressive Water Conservation Stages. Mandatory odd/even watering (Stage 1) is now permanently in effect. If the drought worsens, additional conservation measures will take effect. More
Oklahoma City’s 2013 Consumer Confidence Report is now environmentally friendly. You can read the report online, print a copy or download it. This annual report lets you know how Oklahoma City’s drinking water stacks up against stringent federal and state water standards and provides details about the source and quality of your water.
Oklahoma City homeowners wanting to save money on their electric and gas bill by making their home more energy efficient can apply for a green home loan offered through the City of Oklahoma City. More
City Council met to identify the major issues confronting the City over the next two to five years, and establish Strategic Priorities and Key Results that the City needs to achieve in order to successfully address the issues identified.
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Call the Action Center to report issues like illegally parked cars, abandoned and inoperable cars, dead trees and tall weeds.
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