City of Broken Arrow Action Center
The City of Broken Arrow’s Action Center serves as a central contact point for citizens who wish to report a problem to the City. The Action Center takes the complaint, refers it to the appropriate department for action, and corresponds with the caller concerning any actions taken to resolve the problem or complaint. Problems could include, but are not limited to – street light out; tall grass & weeds; trash, junk and debris on property; inoperable vehicles; parking vehicles, trailers & recreational vehicles between building line and street; home based business; parking commercial vehicles over 1 1/2 tons on residential street; and swimming pools drained into street.
For information on how to report a problem go to https://www.brokenarrowok.gov/i-want-to/report-an-issue . All personal information will be kept confidential.
Broken Arrow City Codes
Regardless of whether you own or rent in Wolf Creek, you are obligated to honor Broken Arrow City Code requirements and the Wolf Creek Covenants. Information concerning City Codes can be found at https://www.brokenarrowok.gov/government/city-clerk/codes-ordinances .
Broken Arrow City Solid Waste and Recycling Carts Information
Detailed information from the City of Broken Arrow regarding the solid waste and recycling carts can be found at
Broken Arrow City Codes Regarding Residential Refuse Service
Sec. 12-23. – Location of containers and set out times.
(a) Residential garbage and trash containers required by section 12-22 shall be located at a single place on each premises, which shall be near the curb or boundary to the street from which the collections are made and such place shall also be easily accessible. The city reserves the right to refuse to collect garbage and trash from containers which are not easily accessible or do not meet the requirements of this article. Garbage and trash containers shall not be located directly under downspouts or eaves where they will be deluged with water during storms.
(b) All the refuse shall be placed at the curb prior to 7:00 a.m. on collection day.
(c) Household refuse and yard waste shall not be placed at the curb prior to 5:00 p.m. the day before collection day.
(d) In the interest of a cleaner neighborhood, all refuse containers at the curb shall be removed within 12 hours after being emptied.
(e) Commercial garbage and trash containers required by section 12-22 shall be located on each premises to facilitate collection without blocking the roadway adjacent to the premises or the primary access way from the public road onto the premises. Provided that, when collection is effected in an alley way, a temporary blockage of the alley for collection shall be permissible.
(Code 1970, § 9-10; Code 1977, § 12-23; Ord. No. 873, § 2, 1-19-1981; Ord. No. 2157, § V, 7-20-1998; Ord. No. 3185, § I, 10-18-2011)