Broken Arrow, Bixby and Jenks are trying to help their residents clean up storm debris.
Broken Arrow begins its free storm debris pickup a week from today. Broken Arrow crews will pick up only vegetative material, but building materials.
Customers may schedule a special pickup by calling the Action Center, 918-258-3587. The fee ranges from $36 for a pickup of less than five cubic yards, to $75 for six to 15 cubic yards.
Vegetative debris may be set out with the normal, twice-weekly trash pickup; however, limbs and brush must be cut into four to five-foot lengths and tied into one-foot diameter bundles. Sanitation crews will take up to 10 trash bags and/or bundles per pickup during this period.
Bixby opened a tree debris disposal site that will stay open through Sunday.
Recent City of Bixby water bills must be presented to City staff at the site for access and use of the site, which is located on 131st Street Between Mingo and Garnett.
The disposal site is open the following hours:
Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Jenks started curb-side pickup last Monday, and also opened a limb drop-off site, which closes August 1.
The site located at 106th and Elm Street. It will be open everyday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Only tree debris will be accepted at the site. Commercial haulers and haulers with loads containing any other debris or waste will not be permitted site access.
Citizens must present a recent Jenks water bill.