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Notice: The Bixby Cemetery Main Gate on E. 151 Street South is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Sheridan Gate Entrance is automatic gate that is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. everyday.
The Bixby Cemetery Main Gate on E. 151 Street South is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Sheridan Gate Entrance is automatic gate that is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. everyday.
Cut flowers or artificial arrangements are always allowed in permanent vases that are attached to the headstone or headstone base. For Holidays, you may place wreaths, flowers and temporary plants on graves. All decorations which are not in permanent vases will be removed from the grave space five days after a legal holiday. No planting of shrubs, flowers or trees is permitted. For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
Call the Cemetery office at 918-366-0495. We can look up the name and give you the location in the cemetery. If needed, cemetery maps are available.
To report an issue use Report a Concern.
The Veterans Monument is located near the center of the Bixby Cemetery. Names of U.S. Veterans that are interred in Bixby Cemetery can be added to the monument. Proof of Military Service and a $50 engraving fee are required. For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
Bixby Cemetery allows one upright monument per grave space. Also allowed are flat markers like foot stones, cremation memorials and corner markers. Please note that benches, urns, boxes, shells, fencing, etc… are strictly prohibited by City Ordinance. Such articles, if found upon the premises, shall be removed. (City Ordinance 7-5C-7). For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
To purchase burial spaces, visit the Cemetery Office located at:
113 East DawesBixby, OK 74008
Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and noon or 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. There, you can look at maps and an aerial photograph of the cemetery and check on available spaces. Payment is due in full at the time of purchase. The process only takes a few minutes and you will receive a deed in the mail in about a week. For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
For services on Monday through Friday the cost is $500 for a casket burial and $200 for a cremation burial. Cemetery Fees page has a braider and detailed list.
$800 for Bixby City Residents and $1500 for Non-Residents. For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
The City Cemetery is located at 151st Street South at Sheridan Road. For more information, please contact the Cemetery.
Notice: The Bixby Cemetery Main Gate on E. 151 Street South is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Sheridan Gate Entrance is automatic gate that is open from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. everyday.
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Information regarding the price of a ticket or questions regarding the amount of any fine can be obtained by calling the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office at 918-366-4430.
We accept payments in person, by U.S. Mail or online.
Court is held twice per month on Thursdays, with various dockets beginning at 3:00pm and initial appearances at 5:30pm.
The phone number is 918-632-7710.
Yes, purchase a permit to discharge fireworks from the City of Bixby or from a participating licensed vendor at a cost of $20.00.
Private persons may not use or discharge fireworks within any city or county park, nor on any highway, turnpike or any street that has paving in excess of 26 feet wide.
The possession or the sale of any fireworks to or by any individual under the age of 12 years shall be unlawful within the city, unless under the immediate and direct supervision of a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult in possession of a current permit.
Supervised public displays shall be permitted with a permit and compliance to requirements of the Bixby Fire Department and National Fire Protection Act (NFPA) 1123. The use of fireworks before a proximate audience (as defined by the NFPA) shall be permitted with a fireworks permit and compliance to NFPA 1126. Permits may be obtained from the city or a licensed fireworks vendor at a cost of$100. The permit fee may be waived, upon written request by the city manager, fire chief, or his designee. Permits must be available for inspection by the city at all times during the display, including the setup and tear down of the launch site and staging area.
The Bixby Fire Marshal’s office references, NFPA, International Building Code, International Fire Code, and Life Safety as standards on inspections. To schedule an inspection, contact the Fire Marshal’s office at 918-366-0436
Yes, contact your nearest Fire Station to ensure a technician is on duty.
No, it is illegal to burn discarded material (refuge, trash) on you property.
Every 6 months, a good way to remember is to change them out at every time change.
Complete a Request for Station Tour Form and a representative will contact you about making an appointment.
Most definitely, particularly the station that protects your home and safety. If we are out when you come by, check back with us as we may be on an emergency.
Station 1 is located at 116 West Needles. Station 2 is located at 8300 E 121st Street.
The Bixby Fire Department no longer unlocks motor vehicles for citizens unless an EMERGENCY is involved. An example of emergency situation would be a child or animal locked in a vehicle.
Use this online form to report issues.
Welcome to Bixby Hello and welcome to the best city in Oklahoma, Let us help you out with some of the more stressful events associated with relocation. While you are waiting to have belonging unpacked and put away. Here are some places that can help you out: Welcome to Bixby.
The Tulsa Health Department is responsible for mosquito spraying in Bixby. To have them spray your area, please call 918-595-4219.
A boating license cost $2 per day or $10 per year. There is no charge for ages 65+ and for children age 11 years old and under. However, it is necessary for all ages to obtain a license.
View information about Lake Bixhoma.
View FEMA floodplain maps. For floodplain development permitting and other floodplain questions, contact Floodplain Administrator Jason Mohler at 918-366-0427 or submit an online request.
You can purchase a fishing license at the payment counter of City Hall from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Online permits will be coming soon.
A fishing license cost $2 per day or $10 per year. There is no charge for ages 65 and for children age 11 years old and under. However, it is necessary for all ages to obtain a license.
Monday through Sunday from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. The Splash Pad will be open each year beginning with the Memorial Day weekend and closing after the Labor Day weekend.
No, these areas are used on a first come basis.
There is a permanent restroom facility located outside in the northeast corner of the playground area for use.
No, cooking or grilling is not allowed in Bentley Park or inside the grounds of the playground area.
Bixhoma Lake is open for operation from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. excluding certain special events, holidays and weather conditions. If the gate at the entrance is closed, then going beyond this point in any manner makes the violator subject to criminal prosecution.
A boating or fishing license cost is $5/daily or $15/annually. There is no charge for ages 65+ and for children age 11 yrs. old and under. However, it is necessary for all ages to obtain the appropriate license. Licenses can be picked up Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Police Department can no longer issue these permits.
Online Fishing Permits will be coming soon.
Section 7-6D-8(E), regarding swimming,
“State Law Compliance; Wading, Swimming, Etc., Prohibited: All fishing on Lake Bixhoma or from the banks thereof shall be either from the bank or from a boat meeting the requirements of the state laws. No wading, swimming, bathing or skiing shall be permitted. (1993 Code § 18-100)”
Also, Section 7-6C-5(Q)
No person shall swim or wade in any lagoon, lake, fountain or other waters in any park area or facility, without the written consent of the city manager or the director, except in swimming, wading or spray pools, ground sprays, ground splash park features or water slides constructed for such activities or areas specifically designated for such activities. Further, no person shall swim or wade in any pool at any time when the pool is not open to the public. Any person violating this subsection shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor offense, punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00), excluding costs, fees and assessments.
7-6D-8: FISHING :
black (largemouth or spotted) bass, which shall be no less than fourteen inches (14″) in length, Limit 6 per day
Catfish – Leave 14 inches and under – Limit 5 per day
Crappie – Leave 10 inches and under – Limit 5 per day
As to other species, size, limit and bag limits, limits of the state regulations shall apply. (Ord. 2142, 9-22-2014)
To submit a request complete the Traffic Enforcement Request Form.
Yes. The curfew for individuals under 18 years of age is between 12 p.m. to 6 a.m., all nights of the week. Refer to the City Ordinance 5-5C-6: Curfew for Minors website, for further information.
Contact us by submitting the Request a Tour of the Police Department online form and someone will contact you about making an appointment.
Call 911 immediately anytime there is an emergency or you feel your safety or health is threatened. If you have an issue that is not an emergency you may contact Bixby Fire Department at 918-366-0438 or the Bixby Police Department at 918-366-8294.
Emergency 911, Communications and Patrol Division are Staffed 24 hours a day; 7 Days a week including holidays.
Animal Control, Records and other Divisions are generally staffed from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
116 W Needles Avenue
Bixby, OK 74008
Contact the Bixby Communications at 918-366-8294. If your animal was being held you will have to contact with Court Clerks Office at 918-366-4430, Monday through Friday during regular business hours to obtain a release. You will have to have current proof of rabies vaccination from a certified veterinarian to obtain the release.
Contact the Bixby Communications Division at 918-366-8294 or, complete our Watch Order Request online form.
Releasing of a any report is conducted by the Records Divisions, learn more by visiting the Records Division page.
The Bixby Police Department currently officers digital fingerprinting to the public. The cost for residents for $5 and $20 for non-residents. Contact the Communications Divisions at 918-366-8294 prior to coming to the station for this service.
To file a complaint against a Police Officer or employee you may contact the Police Shift Supervisor at 918-366-8294 and they can help you with the complaint process. In addition you may download and complete the Formal Citizen Personnel Complaint Form (PDF) and turn it in at the Bixby Police Department:
Internal Affairs116 W Needles StreetBixby OK, 74008
The form will be required to be notarized prior to an investigation being conducted.
Information above is referenced from http://www.tulsacountydistrictcourt.org/protectiveorders.html
To obtain an emergency protective order, you can go to the:
You must arrive there before Family Relations on the Second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 S Denver in Tulsa the Family Relations. You must arrive there between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. for the 11 a.m. docket or between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. for the 3 p.m. docket. You may also call 918-742-7480 with further questions, or visit the Tulsa County District Court Protective Orders page.
To obtain an emergency protective order, you must go to the Wagoner County Courthouse at:307 E Cherokee StreetWagone, OK 74467
You may go Monday-Friday anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Note: If an emergency protective order is granted, the Judge will schedule a hearing date approximately ten days from the date the order was issued. The order will not be valid until the other party has been served with the emergency protective order. You should carry a copy of the order with you at all times.
The adjacent property owner is responsible for the maintenance of the ditch. This means keeping the ditches clear and free from trash and obstructions so water is able to move through freely. This includes ditches, French drains, and driveway culverts. (City Code 13-1-1: Obstructions, Accumulations)
Yes. The individual who is occupying the premises is responsible of the ditch, French drain, or driveway culvert maintenance. (City Code 13-1-1: Obstructions, Accumulations)
To request drainage maintenance, please submit a online service request or call 918-366-4430. City drainage maintenance is limited to flood control and prevention to City Infrastructure on the Right of Way. Most creeks are located on private property and are owned by the adjoining home or property owners. As a result, vegetation and erosion control is the responsibility of the individual property owner. (City Code 13-1-1: Obstructions, Accumulations)
The business/property owner is responsible for all mowing and tree maintenance adjacent to the Right-of-Way. This includes trimming of the trees and shrubs, as well as, removing any dead or dying trees or shrubs. Furthermore, the owner of such premises must keep an unobstructed, convenient passage and travel along streets, sidewalks, and alleys adjacent to the Right-of-Way. (City Code 7-1-2: Maintenance of Vegetation in Right of Way)
It is the duty of the occupant of any lot or piece of ground abutting upon any street to keep the sidewalk or gutter clean and to remove all materials, snow or ice, trash, weeds, refuse, rubbish, or hazards of any kind, and to keep the sidewalk and gutter in good repair. If there is no such occupant other than the owner, it is the duty of the owner to do the same. It is unlawful for the owner or occupant of property to permit the sidewalk or sidewalk area to become a hazard to persons using the sidewalk, or sidewalk area. (City Code 7-1-7: Allowing Hazardous Conditions on Sidewalk)
A private street is usually located in a residential area such as a condominium development or gated community in which a homeowners' association maintains the grounds, streets, as well as storm sewers. The city cannot make repairs to private streets because they are not located on public property. However, the city does maintain the water supply and sanitary sewer. Even though you reside within the city limits, unless your street meets engineering criteria, it may not be maintained by the city. If you are unsure whether your street is public or private, you may contact your homeowners association or call at 918-366-4430
The electric utility companies are responsible for replacing light bulbs on street lights.
Stormwater runoff is water from rain or snowmelt that cannot be absorbed by the soil and instead washes off roofs, driveways, sidewalks, and other surfaces that do not filter into the ground.
When stormwater flows over surfaces, it picks up and carries pollutants from those surfaces becoming polluted. Typical pollutants in stormwater runoff include oil, sediment, pesticides, fertilizers, yard waste, and pet waste.
No. Even though leaves and grass are natural and biodegradable, these organic materials consume oxygen when they decompose and remove dissolved oxygen from the water. Fish and other aquatic organisms require oxygen and will die without it.
Everyday activities we do around our homes, yards, and businesses impact the quality of our stormwater. Some examples include over fertilizing our yards or doing so before a significant rain event, not picking up pet waste, and use of pesticides. Cars leaking oil or fluids from vehicles, grass, leaves, and other yard debris are other forms of common stormwater pollutants.
Managing our stormwater helps to improve the quality and reduce the amount of polluted stormwater. Unlike the sanitary sewer water system, stormwater does not receive any treatment before it enters our waterways. Stormwater runoff then carries the pollutants directly to our streams and rivers adversely affecting wildlife, human health, and safety. Also, water that falls on hard surfaces and does not filter into the ground runs off to lower areas, with the excess potentially causing local flooding and erosion.
Create natural areas on your property to help reduce the quantity of stormwater runoff. When working in your yard or around your home, make sure you dispose of products correctly. Never dump or dispose of items into the storm drains, pick up after your pets, keep yard waste (grass clippings, leaves, etc.) out of the street and minimize the use of pesticides and fertilizers.
An illicit discharge is any discharge to the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) that is not composed entirely of stormwater. These types of discharges may occur due to direct dumping of waste (paint, oils, grass clippings, and trash) into a storm drain or placement of waste so that it enters a storm drain system is also a form of illicit discharge.
No. Only sewage from your household drains are transported to the sanitary sewer system. Stormwater flows through the storm sewer system, and ditches. It empties into our streams, ponds, and creeks. It would be too expensive to treat stormwater the same as we treat sanitary sewage. The amount of sewage generated from our homes and businesses every day is small compared to the amount of stormwater runoff we receive during a rain event.
An impervious surface area is any surface that does not readily absorb water and blocks the natural infiltration of water into the soil. Common examples of this include roofs, driveways, parking areas, sidewalks, patios, decks, tennis courts, concrete or asphalt streets, crushed stone, and gravel surfaces.
As a resident of the City of Bixby, here are a few ways you can help keep our water resources clean and beautiful.
Call the public works department at 918.366.4430 or report a problem online.
We would like any feedback, questions or comments you may have. Feel free to contact Public Works Director, Bea Aamodt.
Executive Order #2 signed the 13th day of April, 2020 extended until April 30, 2020, unless earlier extended or revoked by the Mayor of the City of Bixby, Oklahoma.
This ordinance becomes effective at 11:59 PM on Wednesday, April 1st, 2020 and continues until 11:59 PM., Thursday, April 16, 2020, provided that this Emergency Proclamation and Order is not rescinded prior to April 16 or extended after April 16 as determined by the Bixby Mayor or the City Council. Executive Order #2 signed the 13th day of April, 2020 extended until April 30, 2020, unless earlier extended or revoked by the Mayor of the City of Bixby, Oklahoma.
This ordinance applies within the city limits of the City of Bixby.
Evidence shows that it is vital to slow the COVID-19 virus transmission to safeguard the most vulnerable and to prevent the health care system from being overwhelmed. Limiting interactions among people to the greatest extent practicable has been proven to reduce the spread of the COVID-19. Therefore, this Proclamation helps preserve critical and limited healthcare capacity in the region.
This order requires individuals to shelter within their residences with the following exceptions considered essential activities:
If someone in a household has tested positive or exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus also known as COVID-19; all members of the household should isolate at home.
In addition to limiting activity to that considered essential, the City of Bixby has taken the following actions:
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Water is referred to as hard or soft because of the presence of minerals in the water. In eastern Oklahoma, much of the water used for public water supply comes from lakes (surface water). This water has flowed over the ground in streams or rivers until it reaches a lake where it is stored and eventually consumed. Another type of water - groundwater-flows through soil and permeable rock before it trickles out into a stream and eventually a lake. As water moves, it picks up minerals from the rocks and soil. Two of these minerals, calcium and magnesium, accumulate and create the “hardness” rating of your water. This rating is measured in Parts Per Million (ppm) or Grains Per Gallon (gpg). The more minerals present in the water, the “harder” it is. Bixby’s water is supplied by the City of Tulsa A. B. Jewell Water Treatment Plant which originates at Lake Oologah. The average hardness for A. B. Jewell runs 8.2 grains per gallon (gpg) or 140 parts per million (ppm) and is considered “HARD”. Water hardness is not a safety issue. Water is safe to drink no matter what the hardness rating is.
For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
If you determine you have a water leak on your property:
If payment is not received by the 15th of the month, water service will be disconnected. For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
Late fees are applied on the 16th day of each month. For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
Payments for water are due on the 15th of each month. For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
For your convenience, we offer a variety of payment options which include in person, auto draft, online, U.S. Mail, or Outside drop box. For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
The City accepts cash, debit, check and credit cards (Visa and Master Card). For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.
Water Service Deposits are $100 for residential and $200 For Commerical. For more information, please contact the Water Department at 918-366-4430.