REMOVAL OF STORM DAMAGED TREE BRANCHES
The City has hired a contractor to remove the remaining disaster-related debris. They will begin the first pass on January 19th, completing the first pass on February 5th. They will then begin the second pass on February 8th, completing the job on February 19th. If your storm-related debris is not at the curb ready for pickup before the second pass begins, it will not be picked up by the debris management company. Only storm-related debris will be picked up. No metal, no furniture, no treated wood, no tires. The contractors will be working Mondays through Saturdays. Please move all vehicles out of the road and do not park on roadways during the debris removal periods. You must pile the debris in open space, on the public right of way. Tree branches should be placed at least five feet (5’) from mailboxes, cars, shrubs, or anything else that could interfere with removal. Tree branches should be placed at least ten feet (10’) away from utility poles, guywires, signs, fire hydrants and gas meters to allow mechanized pick up.
The City of Warr Acres is making every effort to get our community back to pre-disaster condition. Just as the City has been working hard to accomplish, the debris management company will be working to pick up, chip and shred, and haul away the branches from the winter ice storm we experienced. Let’s all do our part to make sure the debris is ready to be picked up and the roadways are clear for the large trucks and equipment to safely work. Thank you.
Friday, January 15, 2016 - 10:40:15
Police Department Hiring 911 Emergency Dispatcher
The Warr Acres Police Department is now accepting applications for full-time positions in our Communications Division for 911 Emergency Dispatcher. Applications are available at the police department, 4801 N Reeves, or online CLICK HERE
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Sunday, February 07, 2016 - 17:00:00
BIG TRASH TO RESUME IN APRIL
Due to the on-going removal of downed tree branches, Big Trash will resume in April.
Friday, January 15, 2016 - 10:42:12
ANNUAL THREE MONTH AVERAGE WATER USAGE
Every year the City of Warr Acres recalculates the next year’s sewer rates based on a report from the Oklahoma City Water Department listing a three month average consumption of water usage for each residential property. This means that your sewer bill from May 2016 to April 2017 could have an increase, decrease, or your rate could remain the same depending on how much water consumption you had during December 2015, January and February 2016. These new rates will be reflected on your May 2016 bill , which will be sent out around the 20th of May.
If your May 2016 bill reflects a substantial increase, it may be because you had a water leak, a toilet or faucet that continually ran during those three (3) winter months. If you have a plumber repair one of these problems during these months, then you can bring in the plumbing repair bill to Warr Acres City Hall. Our utility billing clerk can recalculate your average water usage for a lower sewer rate. But you MUST have a plumbing repair invoice indicating the problem occurred during the months stated above in order for your sewer rate to be recalculated
Friday, February 20, 2015 - 10:31:39
WARR ACRES RECYCLE COMMITTEE PHONE LINE
The Warr Acres Recycle Committee now has a phone line with recordings of current recycling dates and hours. An option to leave a message or questions is also available. Call the phone line at 720-2949.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016 - 10:49:29
POSSIBLE SAVINGS ON HOME AND BUSSINESS INSURANCE
Recently the City’s Fire Department had a Public Protection Classification survey conducted which included an analysis of the structural fire suppression delivery system provided in our city. We are proud to say that under the leadership of Fire Chief Stephen Coy the classification rating has been raised to a 3. This is considered an excellent rating. The Public Protection Classification Program plays an important role in the underwriting process at most insurance companies. They use this information as part of their decision making when deciding what coverage to offer or prices to charge for personal or commercial property insurance. Pick up a letter from City Hall describing this information if you would like to inquire with your insurance company about the possibility of lower insurance premiums due to this rating.
Wednesday, October 21, 2015 - 11:33:07