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
Nicoma Park is recommending you follow the State and CDC reopening guidelines. The City-Wide Garage Sale was scheduled for April 30th through May 3rd. We are following other city's guidelines and allowing you to have, but we do not recommend it. You are still required to follow the state guidelines for your garage sale. We will be re-scheduling a City-Wide Garage Sale in late summer or early fall. .
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 will resume in May. Please make sure you have your bulk out by 7:00 a.m. on the 28th. They will be picking up the 28th and 29th.
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.
The new water tower is up! They will begin painting soon. The water project is on schedule. We are hoping to have the project competed by the end of July.
Bulk Curb-Side pickup change - beginning in 2020, we will have four (4) curb-side pickup days! After input from the City Council and their constituents, we have replace the spring clean-up day in the park with an additional curb-side pickup day. You will see a slight increase on your bill for this change. The dates will be February 27, May 28 and 29 (have items out on the 28th), August 27, and November 19. There will be a flyer coming in your trash bill giving the details on what can be included in the curb-side pickup. .
Attention Nicoma Park residents. Are you interested in serving on a Board for the City? If so, please email the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
City of Nicoma Park no longer providing public storm shelter. Effective September 3, 2013, the City Council voted to no longer operate the public storm shelter that was previously located at the old elementary school. City Officials are urging residents to plan and prepare now for severe weather that may occur in the future.