TULSA - Tulsans are continuing to clean up after a tornado hit their neighborhoods Wednesday night, and they're now getting help from the city.
Residents within the 46th Street North Corridor from Main Street to Highway 75 and from 42nd Street North to 49th Street can set all debris at the curb for a special pickup at no cost. See image below, and click on the markers to watch video.
Debris has to be within four feet of the curb. Residents must avoid placing debris near fire hydrants, cable boxes, meters or under powerlines. Debris cannot be placed in the street or along trees.
Debris Removal Schedule and Timeline
April 5 at 7 a.m. – City of Tulsa Street Crews will make a first pass through the identified boundary area for debris removal. Crews will return the following day to finish the first pass.
Refuse Day, April 6 at 6 a.m. – Residents should have their refuse and recycling carts at the curb by 6 a.m. for Wednesday refuse day. Servicing times may vary as response crews will be in the neighborhood. Residents can call the City of Tulsa at (918) 596-9777 to request refuse or recycling carts if their carts are missing or damaged from the storm.
Free Landfill Days, April 9 and April 10 at 7 a.m. – Free Landfill Days for City of Tulsa utility customers are scheduled at the Quarry Landfill, 13740 E. 46th St. North. The open hours will be 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Participants must show a current City of Tulsa utility bill or a driver’s license with an address within the Tulsa city limits in order to be admitted to the landfill.
April 12 at 7 a.m. – City of Tulsa Street Crews will make a final pass through the identified boundary area for debris removal. Crews will return the following day to finish the final pass. Residents should have their refuse and recycling carts at the curb by 6 a.m. on Wednesday for refuse day.
Street Sweeping during the week of April 18 – April 22 – Street sweeping will occur after debris removal is complete in the identified boundary area.
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