Youth Sports & Activities Information
It is registration time for Tuttle Youth Baseball and Tuttle Youth Soccer for Spring 2017. Click HERE for more information.
Tuttle Long-Range Plan Survey
The City of Tuttle is conducting a survey to assist us in the preperation of a new long-range plan for the community. Anyone in the Tuttle may take the survey. The survey may be accessed by clicking here.
Bulk Trash Pick-Up
Residents North of SH-37 - Week of April 4th, 2017
Residents South of SH-37 - Week of April 11th, 2017
Residents North of SH-37 "A" week - March 8th and March 22nd
Residents South of SH-37 "B" week - March 1st, March 15th and March 29th
You can follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cityoftuttle and on Twitter @cityoftuttle.
The online controlled burn request form has been temporarily taken down in response to extreme wildfire danger or an air-quality alert. Controlled burning is prohibited by order of the Fire Department.
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
Garage Sale Listings