Nicoma Park affords it's residents the comfort of country living with big city conveniences nearby. Hospitals, health care, employment, shopping malls, colleges, museums, cultural entertainment, professional sports, rodeos, and other sites and activities to suit one's palate are only minutes away.
News and Highlights
Temporary COVID Office Hours - Monday thru Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We were going to resume our regular hours as of January 1st; however, we currently have two confirmed positive cases within the city offices. Out of an abundance of caution, we will keep the temporary hours for a couple of more weeks. Sorry for any inconvenience. Please be patient while we all work through this once in a lifetime event.
Limb Removal -
Option 1: you can create a burn pile on your own property. You must get a burn permit from the Fire Department before you burn.
Option 2: you can take your limbs to the SE Landfill at 7001 S. Bryant Ave. in Oklahoma City. You will need to have a copy of your Republic bill and your driver's license. Again, this can only be limbs, no debris, fencing or bags.
No bags or debris can be included in the limb pile to be burned or taken to the landfill.
We know this has been difficult on everyone. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Republic will have a CPI increase effective January 1, 2021. This is an annual increase. The new rate for one polycart will be $18.21 per month.
2021 Municipal Election Information click here.
Nicoma Park is recommending you follow the State and CDC reopening guidelines. Please continue to use precautions when in the public.
Oklahoma City/County Health Department 405-425-4489 M-F 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
State Hotline 24 hours a day 877-215-8336.
Note from Republic Services:
Bulk pick up 2021. In order to minimize contamination to our front-line employees, we are asking our resident's to bag and secure all trash and please only cart contents. No extra bags out of the cart for employees to touch. We will have the dates of Bulk pick up soon.