Updated: Jun 28, 2016 – 11:57 AM
City and county offices throughout Green Country will observe Independence Day, impacting services to residents.
The City of Broken Arrow will close all non-emergency offices. Police and fire departments will remain open. Emergency calls to Public Works will be answered by on-call employees. The after-hours emergency number is 918-259-8400.
Trash customers in Broken Arrow with Monday pickups will be serviced Tuesday and Thursday. Customers with Tuesday pickups will be serviced Wednesday and Friday.
In Tulsa, City Hall and other city offices will close for the holiday. Public safety and “mission-critical” operations will go on as normal. The City of Tulsa 24-hour emergency numbers are: Water- 918-596-9488 and Sewer- 918-586-6999.
There will be no residential refuse, recycling, yard waste or bulky waste collection on July 4. Many customers will experience a change in their collection day(s), according to the following schedule:
For customers with once-a-week collection services, Monday customers will be collected on Tuesday; Tuesday customers will be collected on Wednesday; Wednesday customers will be collected on Thursday; Thursday customers will be collected on Friday; and Friday customers will be collected on Saturday. For customers with twice-a-week collection services, Monday and Thursday customers will be collected on Tuesday and Friday; Tuesday and Friday customers will be collected on Wednesday and Saturday; Wednesday and Saturday customers will be collected on Thursday and Saturday.
The City of Tulsa Mulch Site at 2100 N. 145th East Ave. will be closed on July 4. On Tuesday, July 5, the mulch site will resume its usual schedule of seven days a week, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding City holidays.
The City of Tulsa Animal Welfare Shelter at 3031 N. Erie Ave. also will be closed on July 4. On Tuesday, July 5, the shelter will resume its usual schedule: open Monday through Friday noon to 6 p.m., open Saturdays noon to 4 p.m., and closed on Sundays and City holidays.
Tulsa Parks recreation centers will be closed on July 4, but parks’ outdoor facilities will be open, and City park pools will be open 1-4 p.m. Red Bud Valley Nature Preserve and the Oxley-Yetter Interpretive Building will be closed Monday, but the Oxley Nature Center trails will be open.
© 2016 Cox Media Group.