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Want to get involved and help better your neighborhood? The City of Tulsa has many resources that can help. Check out the map of registered Neighborhood Associations to see if your neighborhood is registered. Apartment Associations can also register with us. If you would like the form mailed to you, call our Neighborhood Liaisons at (918) 596-1292. If your neighborhood is not represented, consider taking the initiative yourself.

Benefits of being a registered association:

Plan a "Block Party" - Getting to know your neighbors not only increases your circle of friends but also increases the safety of your neighborhood. The City encourages associations to organize a Block Party and let us know! Block Party Registration

Volunteer - Serve your community by volunteering for a neighborhood cleanup or as a reading partner in your local school. Visit for more information.

Alert Neighbors - To learn more about the Alert Neighbors Program or to start one in your area, contact the Crime Prevention Network.

Code Violations - Need to report a code violation? Visit Neighborhood Investigations Online.

Social Services - If you are in need of resources or social services for yourself or someone that you know, and the City of Tulsa cannot provide those for you, please contact the 2-1-1 Tulsa Helpline at 2-1-1 or (918) 836-4357.

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Monday, January 1, 2018, New Years Day
Monday refuse customers will be collected on Tuesday
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Thursday refuse customers will be collected on Friday
Friday refuse customers will be collected on Saturday




New City Council Sworn-In

Nine City Councilors and the City Auditor were sworn-in on Dec. 3 during a ceremony at the Lorton Performance Center at the University of Tulsa. City Auditor Cathy Criswell will serve her fourth term and four new City Councilors will begin their first:

Councilor Crista Patrick (District 3)
Councilor Kara Joy McKee (District 4)
Councilor Cass Fahler (District 5)
Councilor Lori Decter Wright (District 7)

Five City Councilors returned to serve another two-year term:

Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper (District 1)
Councilor Jeannie Cue (District 2)
Councilor Connie Dodson (District 6)
Councilor Phil Lakin, Jr. (District 8)
Councilor Ben Kimbro (District 9)

At a special meeting immediately after the ceremony, Councilor Phil Lakin, Jr. was elected Council Chair and Councilor Ben Kimbro was elected Council Vice-Chair.

"The newly elected Councilors have a wealth of knowledge in business, philanthropy, policy and the arts," said Council Chair Lakin. "Their skills combined with the experience of our returning Councilors will be instrumental as we continue to build our City for the next generation."

For the first time in Tulsa history, the number of women elected to serve on the Council out number men by a ratio of 2-to-1. The previous Council included five women and four men, and was the first time women were in the majority.

"It is an exciting time for Tulsa that so many new, talented and dedicated people have decided to serve," said Council Vice-Chair Kimbro. "I know that as a group we will continue to serve in the same cooperative and respectful manner that Tulsans deserve."


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Special education meeting this Wednesday, April 19, at 11:30 a.m. at the Central Library Aaronson Auditorium, 400 Civic Center -->

The Tulsa City Council and the Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education will discuss potential cuts to education funding, possible impact on public schools and the city, and possible actions that might be taken as a result.






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