October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
With technology and Social media becoming more important in our lives, securing it does also. Come learn some fundamental steps you can take to help protect yourself and your family.
Sunday, October 16th , 4:30pm
Tuttle First Baptist Church, Family Life Center
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.
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Ball Field Calendar
Please go HERE to see our Ball Field Calendar.
Please go HERE to register your controlled burns.
Emergency Notification Service (CodeRED) & Storm Shelters
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 occasionally 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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