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The Code Enforcement Division is responsible for keeping neighborhoods free of dilapidated buildings, tall grass and weeds and other neighborhood eyesores and nuisances.
Zoning Code Enforcement works to keep your City free of illegal signs, cars parked in yards and other zoning violations.
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The Community Development Division manages a Housing Program that offers loans and grants through Federally funded sources that provide property repairs and maintenance to homeowners who cannot otherwise afford them.
You can request the removal of a dead animal on a City street by calling Animal Welfare at 405-297-3100 or online using the City's Action Center.
The Municipal Counselor's office provides information on filing claims against the City.
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The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility at SW 15 & Portland makes it easier and safer to get rid of solvents, paint, old motor oil and all that other stuff piled up in your garage and under your sink.
The Center provides an environmentally safe means for citizens to dispose of hazardous waste, with a staff of full time hazardous materials specialists.
Customers of the City's water utility get fresh, pure, great-tasting water at rates that are among the lowest in the region.
Find out how to prevent backups, and what to do if one happens to you.
Citizens can get two Big Blue trash cans for one low rate.
We'll pick up your bulky waste on the same day of the week each month.
Bulky Waste Collection begins during the first full week of the month. Collection always begins on a Monday. "First Wednesday of the Month" collections will always follow a Monday in that month.
The City must follow strict EPA rules established in the 1990s to prevent storm water pollution.
Your water bill includes a monthly "drainage fee" to pay for work we must do to meet these new EPA drainage standards and requirements.
Gas and electric service are not City utilities. They're operated by private corporations and regulated by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.