Playing basketball, shooting hoops, skating, skateboarding, scooters, etc. can take place on the streets.
- Nuisances defined: Unlawfully interferes with, obstructs or tends to obstruct, or renders dangerous for passage any public street. Title 24 Chapter 1 Section 100 Paragraph C
- Any use of the public streets which obstructs the flow of traffic and the free use of the streets or the ordinary use by the public of the streets. Title 24 Section 103.H
A written notice to be served upon the person or entity who maintains, operates or permits a nuisance. Written notice shall be given to the owner* of the property ordering the property owner to abate the nuisance and shall further state that unless such abatement is performed within ten (10) business days of the date on the notice, the work shall be done by the City of Tulsa and a notice of lien shall be filed with the County Clerk against the property for the costs due and owing the City of Tulsa. (*the owner as shown by the most current tax rolls.) ABATEMENT
A bicyclist shall not carry or tow any other person except on a firmly attached regular seat; must ride as close as is safe to the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway–not in or near the middle; must yield the right-of-way to ALL vehicles when emerging from a driveway; shall not impede the normal and reasonable flow of traffic when riding two (2) abreast;
Title 37 Chapter 10 for info on fine & bicycle impoundment by the police department. Penalty:Title 37 Section 1013