TUTTLE INTERNET SURVEY
Click HERE to take the Tuttle Internet Survey. This survey is open to all residents and businesses in Tuttle and the surrouding area.
FEMA DISASTER ASSISTANCE
To be eligible for FEMA disaster assistance, you must apply to FEMA. Individuals & business owners in Tuttle may call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or visit www.disasterassistance.gov. You can also visit the Disaster Recovery Center in Oklahoma City.
While a visit to the DRC is not required for those applying for federal aid, it is a one-stop shop where survivors can go for one-on-one information about state, federal or other disaster assistance that may be available. The DRC will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM daily and is located:
Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads (Formerly Crossroads Mall)
The City will pick up limbs for City residents through June 23. Limbs will need to be bundled into 4-foot sections and brought to the curb. Large pieces such as tree trunks must be cut down into pieces that 2 people can lift. If pieces cannot be lifted they will be left behind. It is not necessary to call us to set up a pick-up, but if you have any questions please call 405-381-2335. Keep in mind it may take up to 30 days for crews to reach you.
For those that do not wish to wait, limbs can still be brought to the collection site at 1500 N Cemetery Road (3-mile line), which will continue to be open to City trash customers through July 1. The only debris being accepted at this site is trees, limbs, bushes & other brush. No household trash or construction debris can be taken at this site per DEQ & EPA regulations.
FEMA STORM-DAMAGE ASSISTANCE
The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is offering free bacterial testing of private well water due to statewide flooding. The free testing will be available until August 15, 2015.
If you would like to test your well, call 800-522-0206 for more information as well as sampling instructions and supplies.
If your property was affected by the recent disasters, DEQ recommends that you disinfect your well. Instructions on disinfection are available HERE.
Additional information is available HERE.
REPORTS OF STORM DAMAGE
If you have wind or flooding damage to report and you'd like to get on our assessment list, please e-mail us at StormDamage@cityoftuttle.com or call 405-381-2335.
The road has washed out or there is bridge damage in numerous locations around the City due to storm damage. To see a map of these locations, click HERE. This map will be updated as new problems are reported and/or found.
OFFERS OF RECOVERY ASSISTANCE
We have not asked for outside assistance at this time. If you would like to offer assistance to the response & recovery in the Amber, Bridge Creek & Newcastle areas, please contact Kim O'Brien at American Red Cross 580-280-6733.
TUTTLE WARD MAP
To find which ward your home is located in click HERE.
BULK TRASH DAYS
The Parks Department has created the Adopt-A-Bench program that allows Citizens and Friends of Tuttle the opportunity to permanently display commemoration of their choosing around the community. Beginning in September, residents will be able to purchase benches for placement in community parks, cemeteries, walking trails and community centers.
A bench is a wonderful way to memorialize or honor a loved one. Adopt-A-Bench for a birthday, anniversary, new baby, graduation – it is the perfect gift for any occasion. Whether honoring a loved one or proudly displaying your family name, the Adopt-A-Bench program is sure to bring joy to all that participate.
Up to three (3) lines, of the donors choosing will be engraved on these beautiful 4 or 6 foot benches. The smaller 4 ft. bench is $350.00 and the larger 6 ft bench is $500.00 and of course the donation is tax deductible. To view pictures of the benches, request more information about the Adopt-A-Bench program and other opportunities, please contact the Parks Department at 405-381-2335 or click HERE.
PARK NAMING CONTEST
The City of Tuttle’s Park and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the Name The Park Contest. This contest is for the naming of the 40 acre development that will feature the Tuttle soccer fields and walking trails.
To submit your entry, click HERE.
Click HERE to view current quotes and bid solicitations.
You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cityoftuttle and on Twitter @cityoftuttle.
Please go HERE to register your controlled burns.
Emergency Notification Service (CodeRED) & Storm Shelters
Please go to the Tuttle Emergency Management website to register or update storm shelter locations & emergency notification service contact information. Links to these forms will be found under Programs.
MIssing Pets or Adopt a Friend
If you're missing a pet contact the Animal Shelter by calling the Police Department 405-381-4467. If you're lookng to add a pet to your family, there are several wonderful dogs and cats currently at the shelter that are in need of loving homes. Click HERE to see all the friendly faces that need a new home!
Power outages occur regularly during springtime, and occassionally throughout the rest of the year. Please call your local electric company to report the outage. You will find the name of your electric company on your electricity bill. Please do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.
OEC 405-321-2024, PSO 1-888-218-3919
If you have an after-hours utility emergency, such as problems with your water or gas utilities, contact the Tuttle Police Department at (405) 381-4467.
Going on Vacation?
You can request Tuttle Police Department to add an extra patrol for your residence while you're away by submitting a Vacation Watch Request
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