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Bixby 2030

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The City of Bixby is currently updating its Comprehensive Plan, which sets the community’s vision for the next 10 years and beyond.


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Mingo and 111th Improvements

Work remains on schedule for the project at 111th and Mingo to widen all legs to the intersection to three lanes and install a traffic signal. The new improvements were funded by the 2011 Bixby Bond Package, which utilized local tax dollars to obtain matching federal funds at a ratio of 1:3, local to federal, for meeting critical infrastructure and transportation needs.

111th street, beginning at Mingo and continuing for 600 feet WEST, will be closed beginning the morning of February 22nd and will remain so for approximately 45-60 working days. Road closure signs will be posted as well as traffic control. Weather ultimately dictates construction schedule and time frame of work being conducted. We will post updates as necessary to keep you informed of progress and other traffic impacts of this project.

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Road Construction Update:

Work is underway at the intersection of 111th and Mingo to add a center lane to facilitate turning movements and ease traffic congestion. Work is expected to take approximately 180 days. 
Preliminary Utility work has been completed at the 111th & Mingo Intersection Improvement Project. We are now beginning Phase 1 of the pavement improvements, which will require a 4 week closure of the North segment of the intersection to through traffic; no traffic will be able to navigate northbound or southbound on Mingo for approximately 500’ north of 111th. Other segments of the intersection will be open.
Local residential traffic between 101st and 111th on Mingo should not be affected.
We anticipate these lanes to be closed from January 16th to February 13th.
We encourage you to avoid this intersection and choose an alternate route if possible during this Project.
This intersection improvement will improve safety and traffic flow along south Mingo and 111th. We appreciate everyone’s patience during these improvements.

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 Bixby 2016 Bond Package Information

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Street repair, traffic flow improvements and drainage are on the ballot this August 23rd in Bixby. Voters will face four critical ballot proposals that would generate $18 million for a safety-themed 2016 Bond Package that funds street and drainage infrastructure, as well for public safety equipment, Lake Bixhoma and Bentley Park improvements.

The proposals are all part of a bond investment initiative that was approved by Bixby City councilors in early July.

“It’s time to renew our commitment to our city through needed infrastructure improvements,” said Bixby Mayor, John Easton. “Bixby is a wonderful place to call home, and these proposals touch every area of our city. I encourage every citizen to learn about these proposals, call or contact your councilor if you have questions or want to discuss the issues, and exercise your right to vote on August 23rd.”

The new bond returns the property tax rate to the same approved millage rate from the 2006 and 2011 bond issues –13.5 mills (or $135/year for each $100,000 of assessed property value.) Currently, the City’s portion of the ad valorem (property tax) is 12.3 mills or $123/year for each $100,000 of assessed property value. So, the net impact will be $12 per year (or $1/month) for each $100,000 of assessed property value. For example, a homeowner whose home has an assessed value of $250,000 would pay $30 more per year in property tax, or would pay the same rate as in 2011 for similarly valued property.

The benefits of the bond package, say officials, include improved roadways and drainage systems, having the right fire equipment at the right time, improved police training facilities, and improved quality of life in Bixby.

Proposition 1 funds $975,000 to improve drainage in Bixby, primarily adjacent to and south of 161st Street. Reducing dangerous flooding in that area keeps citizens who live there and people who drive through the area safer, and it also reduces the need for emergency water rescues.

Proposition 2 funds $4. 215 million public safety projects, including:
• Purchasing and installing property security camera system for city facilities and property.
• Moving, re-installing and improving the police gun range to land in a less populated area.
• Replacing two fire engines to reduce maintenance costs and increase equipment reliability on aging equipment, and purchase one ladder truck to add firefighting capacity.

Proposition 3 funds $11.835 million for street repair. Projects include acquiring, designing, constructing, reconstructing, extending, enlarging, improving and repairing the following streets in Bixby:

• 131st between Memorial and Mingo (includes work to improve drainage and eliminate street flooding)
• 131st between Sheridan and Memorial
• 121st between Memorial and 85th E. Ave.
• Harvard Ave. and 151st Street intersection and approaches
• 111th St. between Memorial and 86th E. Ave.

Proposition 4 funds $975,000 for renovating and beautifying public parks and parklands, along with cultural and recreation facilities. Projects include purchasing, designing, constructing, equipping, improving, extending, renovating, repairing and beautifying the following areas in Bixby:
• Bentley Park—Add paved parking spaces and grass overflow lots.
• Bentley Park—Redevelop existing rodeo arena area into two multi-use athletic fields, for example: football, rugby, lacrosse, others.
• Bixhoma Lake—Improve on and add lake access areas and facilities.

“This bond package is very comprehensive and was put together after significant public input,” said Bixby City Manager, Jared Cottle. “Safety is the theme, and if passed, this bond will provide specific equipment needs for our Police and Fire Departments, address flooding issues, improve routes to schools, expand busy intersections, add more parking within Bentley Park, and improve access to and around Lake Bixhoma.”

View the slides from the Public Meeting, August 16th
See the Information Video
View or Download the Summer 2016 City Newsletter

What Will It Cost?

Tax Impact

Questions? Contact your Councilor
Please exercise your right to vote on August 23rd. Preview the ballot language



 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.

Bixby Public Works begins Automated Meter Reading (AMR) conversion

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 AMR project to begin in 2016 – letter to customers

On Tuesday, June 21st, Bixby police, per current city protocols in a large-scale animal rescue, requested the free help of the Tulsa Humane Society to rescue more than 60 animals. The Humane Society deployed a specially trained mobile rescue team including handlers, registration and medical assessment, and a large bus to transport all of the animals at once to an emergency shelter set up in Bixby at 133rd and Memorial, where rescued animals can be adopted.

BPD officers have trained with the Humane Society for these types of situations where the safety of officers, animals, and the evidence in the investigation of animal-related complaints are important. For those reasons, when a large-scale rescue must be done, the Humane Society is the agency partner, regardless of the day-to-day animal shelter used. One arrest on a complaint of animal cruelty has been made.

The rescued animals are in a donated building in Bixby, near 133rd & Memorial, under the care of the Humane Society. As each animal is medically and emotionally cleared to be adopted, it is made available for adoption.

For an ongoing animal shelter for day-to-day animal control within Bixby, the City is working on specifications to accept proposals for an animal shelter provider. Currently, animals picked up by animal control are taken to a no-kill shelter in Sand Springs. “If we had a shelter in Bixby, it would be easier for citizens to locate lost pets or to adopt a new pet,” Ike Shirley, Chief of Police in Bixby, said.

Since an animal shelter is a contracted service for the city, and requires the expenditure of taxpayer dollars, there is a mandated process to follow to make the change. “Because the contracted service amount for a shelter is likely to be more than $10,000 annually, the Bixby City Charter and related purchasing ordinances specify that we must utilize Open Market Procedures… meaning the City must ‘solicit at least three (3) written bids, via mail, e-mail or fax, for competitive market quotations and the purchase shall then be awarded to the lowest and best bidder.’ Bixby Code, Section 2‑4‑7(A)(3),” Jared Cottle, City Manager of Bixby, said.

“We encourage all citizens to ensure their pets are tagged, so that lost pets can be reunited with their owners, and remind everyone to spay or neuter your pets,” he said.



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South tulsa bridge: public safety issue

Bixby officials say south Tulsa County bridge would enhance public safety

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BIXBY — The need for a bridge over the Arkansas River connecting south Tulsa to Jenks is not just a matter of convenience but more importantly a public safety issue, READ MORE HERE

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