If I put tree limbs and brush near the curb will the City come by and clean it up?
Residential customers may place yard waste at the curb on Fridays for collection. Yard waste must be bagged, boxed, or bundled. Each bundle must be less than 4 feet and weigh less than 40 pounds. Residential customers may bring their yard waste to the transfer station free of charge during business hours. Call (918)-541-2285 for more information. The City Manager and City Council will decide whether or not to provide a service for larger debris due to storm related events.

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1. Can the city crew trim back a tree near the power line so that my contractor can remove the rest of the tree?
2. How do I get an area light put in my back yard?
3. How do I get my area light fixed in my backyard?
4. I am building a house and want to know what I need to do to get service?
5. I am building a shop or installing a pool in my yard and the service line is in the way. How can I get the service line moved?
6. If I put tree limbs and brush near the curb will the City come by and clean it up?
7. I have a tree in my yard that is near the road and has low hanging limbs that affects traffic and is in the City Right-Of-Way. Can the City trim the tree?
8. I need my service disconnected for a tree removal or a home improvement. How much does this cost and how do I get it scheduled?
9. I would like my overhead service converted to underground. How do I get this done and who do I need to talk to?
10. My lights are blinking or I may be having issues concerning my electric service, I’m not sure if it is a City issue or a problem in my house?
11. My neighbor’s trees are causing damage to my property. Can the City help me with this?
12. There is a dead tree in my yard that is close to the road. Will the City remove the tree for me?
13. There is a tree that is growing into my power line. Can someone come out and trim it?
14. What’s the minimum distance I can plant my tree away from the power line?