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OKC’s Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program helps residential property owners improve their neighborhood’s walkability. If you are responsible for the sidewalk on a residential property you own, the City can split the cost of repairing or replacing it. The City will provide labor, equipment and materials for sidewalk construction if your sidewalk is selected for the program.
You may be eligible if
You own a residential property in OKC limits.
You can provide half the project cost before construction begins.
The property is fully improved and occupied.
The sidewalk is your responsibility, and not the homeowner’s association or someone else.
The sidewalk is in a platted easement.
Eligible damage includes
Settlement and/or buckling of at least 1 inch.
Horizontal cracks of at least 1.5 inches.
A deteriorated or missing panel creating a hazard.
Please note: There is a non-refundable $175 application fee, all of which must be paid by the homeowner. The City will pay 50 percent of the construction cost only.