Stillwater News

City announces storm-related yard waste cleanup plan

Released:Oct 30, 2020

MEDIA RELEASE

(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / October 30, 2020) – If you’ve been considering your options disposing of the recent winter storm’s debris, the wait is over. Those in the Stillwater area that have tree limbs or other storm-related yard waste now have pickup and drop-off options through the City of Stillwater. Options for disposal are outlined below.

Drop-off at Whittenberg Park Nov. 2 – Nov. 14

Drop your storm-related yard waste at Whittenberg Park, Highway 177 and Richmond Road, Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. beginning Nov. 2 through Nov. 14.

  • Drop off is free, no proof of Stillwater residency required
  • Unload your yard waste at the designated location in Whittenberg Park
  • No limit on the amount of yard waste disposal

Curbside pickup for Stillwater Residents beginning Nov. 16

If you live in City limits, pile your yard waste next to your curb by Monday, Nov. 16 at 6 a.m. for guaranteed pickup. Note: it may take City crews a week or more to collect. 

  • Cut limbs to 10 feet or less
  • Pile next to curb, at least 6 feet apart from other objects including trash cans, cars, etc.
  • Bundling is not required

The Convenience Collection Center is not accepting storm debris or related yard waste at this time. For questions or concerns on storm-related yard waste cleanup, call Public Works at 405.533.8483.

Normal yard waste, trash and recycling pickup services will proceed as usual.

The City thanks its residents for their patience as the City works to correct all issues created by the recent storm. For more information about City services during this time, go to http://stillwater.org/news/view/id/641

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Weather-Related Updates: Wednesday, Oct. 28

WEATHER-RELATED UPDATES

(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / October 28, 2020) – The City of Stillwater is working to maintain core services during the current winter weather conditions. Updates on City services are below. Check this news page for updates as the situation develops. 

City Hall Services

Stillwater Municipal Building (City Hall) has re-opened to the public today, Oct. 28, after yesterday’s power outage. Online and in-person services remain available.

Electric Outages

Stillwater Electric Utility has crews on standby to address outages. If you experience an outage, report and track it to correction online at Stillwater.org/reportpoweroutage or call 405.372.3292.

The City thanks residents for their patience as a solution is developed for the large amount of tree limbs and debris around town.  More information will be posted at http://stillwater.org/news/view/id/641 as available.

Winter weather Information and safety recommendations

Stay warm and stay safe, StillwaterStillwater Emergency Management works to update residents on weather alerts and warnings through their Facebook and Twitter pages: @StwSEMA.

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