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Debris Pick up by the City begins Nov 16

Debris removal will be available to all residential trash service customers in Oklahoma City. Commercial properties (including apartment complexes, schools, churches, etc.) are responsible for removing their own debris. 

Crews will work Monday through Saturday
Crews will make 2 passes
•  1st pass completed by Jan 31
•  2nd pass completed by Mar 6
Cleanup begins near NW 23rd/Western
•  They will work outward in all four quadrants of the City.
Map will be available to track progress. 
    We will keep you advised of progress and when nearing our community.
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Estimated 100,000 tons of debris to be picked up.

To prepare debris for removal:
  • Set trees and limbs at the curb in a separate pile from regular bulky waste like furniture, carpeting or appliances. The City will not pick up storm debris if it’s mixed with your regular bulky waste.
  • Cut tree limbs and logs into sections 10 feet long or shorter.
  • Leaves can be bagged and put into your Big Blue trash carts for weekly pick-up.
  • Avoid stacking debris near obstructions like poles, mailboxes and trees.

Residential trash customers may also take tree and limb debris to one of four participating Oklahoma City landfills from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday through Jan. 2 for free disposal.

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Walking Path Construction

Glenhurst Walking Path - Update
Construction of the walking path around the pond wrapped up on Friday, with the 3 benches to be installed soon. Wow it all looks fantastic and awesome seeing so many homeowners already taking advantage of the new walking path! I hope everyone takes an opportunity to check out the walking path!
A big thanks to Stan Motley, the entire Capital Improvements committee, the contractor and everyone involved in the project!

Thanks everyone!!

Glenhurst Board Meeting

DateNovember 17, 2020
Time: 07:00 PM
Location:  5413 NW 118th Circle

If you plan on attending, we will ensure to practice Social Distancing by keeping at least 6 feet distance between each attendee. If you are unable to attend the meeting, as always the meeting minutes will be posted on the website within a few days following the meeting.

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