Frequently Asked Questions
Garbage and Recycling
Garbage and recycling pickup is Thursday for the neighborhood.
Place bins next to your garbage bins. Bulk waste pickup is monthly on the third Monday of the month. No pickup on holidays. The City of Oklahoma City has from Monday – Wednesday to pick up the bulky trash. If they missed your bulky trash you may start calling Thursday morning at (405)297-2933.
No pickup on holidays. Please do no put your bins out on holidays or any time except the night before pick up. Residents can find more details about trast pickup at the City of OKC website. For more information of recycling check out this page on the City of OKC website.
Lost and Found Pets
Help our neighbors be reunited with their furry friends! If you have lost or found a furry friend, please post on our Nextdoor Community site a photo and description. Residents can also check with the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter for lost/found pets. You may also call the shelter at 405.297.3100.
Oklahoma City residents may have two garage sales a year. Visit the City of OKC to find out more about obtaining a permit or call 405.297.2606.
Do you have a neighbor complaint? Whether it’s an abandoned vehicle, high grass, noise, trash, a fence issue or any other neighborhood-related concern or violation, let the city know about it.
Report a Pothole
Is there a pothole on your street? You can email or call 405.631.1111 to report a pothole. Crews will need an accurate address or closest intersection to respond efficiently.
For over 35 years Neighborhood Alliance has been successful at helping residents create sustainable change through our educational and support programs. Neighborhood Alliance is located at 1236 NW 36th St, Oklahoma City. The contact number is 405.528-6322.
Neighborhood Alliance provides crime reports for the neighborhoods from the OKC Police Dept. Here is a link to the crime reports.
Our neighborhood is in Springlake Patrol Division. Always call 911 if you are having problems. This gives the Police Department a way to track increased problem areas and they can then increase patrols for these areas. Our PCR (Police Community Relations) Office is Sgt. Erick Huff. Sgt. Huff’s phone number is 405.316-5138. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oklahoma City Government
Oklahoma State Government
The Senator for our district is Kay Floyd. Senator Floyd can be reached at 405.521-5610 or email@example.com. Serving our district in the House of Representatives is Mauree Turner. Representative Turner can be reached at 405.557-7396 or https://oksenate.gov/contacts/contact-senator.
Historic Light Out?
That's okay, those lights go out from time to time. Let us know what's going on and we'll come take a look.
Send us an email, and let us know your name, address and what you think the problem might be.