The City of Bixby, along with other regional Emergency Management partners, is evaluating a range of potential release rates from Keystone, up to and including 300,000 cfs, as the basis for updated Response Plans. In the event that new release rates are announced, a corresponding Response Plan will be issued accordingly. Based on past practices, we anticipate that updated Keystone release rates will be announced tomorrow morning. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sandbags operations have ceased until the storm passes. The City will put out updates when operations continue at Whitehawk Golf Course (14515 S Yale Ave, Bixby, OK 74008). ... See MoreSee Less

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ONG has notified the City of Bixby gas will be turned off today in several areas in South Bixby later this evening for the safety of the residents. ... See MoreSee Less

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Primary evacuation routes that should be utilized are 151st St, West of Memorial Rd, and Memorial Road North of 171st. Avoid the following routes when exiting evacuation areas: 171st Street, 174th Street, Memorial South of 171st, Hwy 64 and 129th, Hwy 64 and Garnett, Hwy 64 and Mingo. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Bixby Police Department has recommended evacuation for the following neighborhoods: (see photo with subdivision names, reference streets, and water depths estimations). The City of Bixby expects the water to crest sometime after 8pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Unless access is otherwise restricted, City Hall and the Dawes Building will be open during normal business hours tomorrow and for the duration of the elevated Keystone releases. ... See MoreSee Less

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The City has received the latest flood impact modeling information this afternoon and is analyzing the information for posts providing evacuation specific recommendations and guidance within the next hour. ... See MoreSee Less

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At this time, Emergency Operations is preparing a list of neighborhoods and roadways potentially impacted by the predicted water release levels. Please use the msc.fema.gov/portal/home in the meantime for questions regarding your address. ... See MoreSee Less

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Evacuation Update. The Army Corp of Engineers has recently announced they will begin releasing 185,000 cfs at 10AM, 205,000 cfs at 12:00PM, 215,000 cfs at 2PM. Based on these water levels Bixby is recommending evacuations for neighborhoods, homes and structures in flood plain areas. To check whether your home is included in this area visit msc.fema.gov/portal/home and enter your address. The increased flow will arrive in Bixby at approximately 6PM.

Available shelter is at Crosstown Church at 3400 E Admiral, Tulsa, 74115. This is the only shelter at this time. We will follow up at approximately 11AM with an update.
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Evacuation Update. Based on current water levels no new information is to be given at this time. Evacuations are not warranted. We are continuing to monitor water levels and local impacts. The next update will be approximately 10AM unless conditions change. ... See MoreSee Less

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Planning Commission Meeting for 05/20/2019  has been cancelled due to weather forecast.

Details for rescheduling will be posted soon.

131st Street Sheridan to Memorial Street Renovation

Press Release

Bixby, OK. April 5th, 2019 – A street rehabilitation project is currently underway on 131st from Sheridan to Memorial in Bixby.  The 2016 Bond Project will improve local drainage and increase drivability. The east bound lane of 131st Street from Sheridan Road to the east side of the Fry Creek Bridge closed on March 15th for roadway reconstruction. The westbound lane remains open.  The contractor’s schedule stipulates work will be completed within 120 days West of Fry Ditch Creek and 115 days East of Fry Ditch Creek. At this time crews are working on the South side of 131st, and will then switch to the North side. If there is an alternate route, drivers are encouraged to utilize it. There is no eastbound access to Memorial drive. For the duration of the project, the portion of the open roadway should only be traveled by residents in the area. The Bixby Police Department will continue to enforce traffic laws in this area.  Violators will be issued citations.

Diagram of the Renovation

The City of Bixby is Currently accepting applications for


Animal Control Officer

&  Numerous other positions

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Bixby Community Center 2019 Easter Egg Hunt @ Haikey Creek Park 

Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join the fun and hunt for Easter Eggs and candy at Haikey Creek Park, 113th & S. Garnet. Please be at the park by 9:45 AM so that children may be divided into their age groups and directed to their area. Rain out day is Sunday 4/14 with line up at 12:45 PM. FREE

AGES 3 & UNDER, 4-5, 6-8 & 9-12

Please be sure to bring your Easter baskets!

  • Easter Bunny
  • Inflatable Bouncies
  • Hot Dogs
  • Prizes
  • Special Eggs W/Prizes
  • Candy

Bixby Easter Hunt Flyer 2019



The City of Bixby will offer free landfill days at the Quarry Landfill in North Tulsa to Bixby residents on Friday April 12th and Saturday April 13th 2019.

The Quarry Landfill is located at 13720 E. 46th St North in Tulsa

HOURS:         Friday 6:00 am to 5:30 pm Friday

                        Saturday 7:00 am until 1:00 pm

                        CLOSED SUNDAY

  • Participants must show a City of Bixby utility bill or driver’s license with an address within the Bixby City limits in order to be admitted to the landfill.
  • No items containing Freon refrigerant will be accepted (air conditioners and refrigerators).
  • There will be an $8.00 charge per tire to cover state fees for disposal and recycling of tires.
  • Loads in truck and trailers should be secure and covered to prevent contents from blowing out onto roadways and creating traffic hazards.

For more information and directions contract the Quarry Landfill at 918-439-7835 or the City of Bixby at 918-366-4430.

City of Bixby Launches New Brand


December 10, 2018 – The City of Bixby has launched new brand. The new brand utilizes the same letter shape as the long-standing traditional “Welcome to Bixby” signs that guests and residents see upon entering the City Limits. However, additional elements show an identity that is positive, active, family-centered, portrays growth, and future river development.

Read the PRESS RELEASE for more information.


Want to Know What There is to do Today?

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The Bixby Beacon is now available online

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Link To New Fee Schedule


The CIty of Bixby uses Nixle to stay connected with its residents, signing up with Nixle can get you any number of notifications from road closures to missing persons to things like flu clinic announcements. Both the Bixby Police and The City of Bixby work together in using this notification system to keep you safe and aware of what’s is happening in your community.If you’re interested in signing up with Nixle use the link attached at the bottom of this page.https://local.nixle.com/signup/widget/i/2881/

Your Utility Bill Has A New Look

New Water Bills

New Water Bills

 Bixby’s No Knock List is Now Active

To permit Bixby residents an opportunity to avoid unwanted door-to-door solicitations, effective April 1, 2016, the City has established a “No Knock List”, which will be provided to door-to-door vendors, so they have notice that residents at the listed addresses are prohibited from solicitations there. To be added to the list, click on the “How do I…” tab above. Then scroll to and click on the “No Knock List” link. Then fill out the online form. It’s that easy.

 Mosquito Issues?

“The Tulsa Health Department is responsible for mosquito spraying in Bixby.  To have them spray your area, please call 918-595-4219”  More Information

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