Note: These are City of Tulsa Ordinances, not something your Home Owners Association (HOA) is coming up with. Be sure to thank your HOA for alerting you to these, in order to help protect you, if you were not aware of them otherwise.
NUISANCES (these are spelled out on the link above.)
Ch. 1, Pg. 7 SECTION 106. Title 24 –
Any person who anywhere within the City of Tulsa commits any nuisance or who knowingly permits the creation or continuation of any nuisance on any property owned or occupied by himself shall be guilty of a misdemeanor offense and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000.00), excluding costs, fees and assessments, or by imprisonment in the City Jail for a period of not more than ninety (90) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Ord. Nos. 17942,21596,21954
- Pot Holes can make your neighborhood look neglected. Please report them!
- Traffic Signals/Sign You can also request new street signs here.
- High Grass/Weed Violations Neighbor’s grass is over twelve (12) inches in height?? Tulsa has ordinances to help keep Tulsa looking trim. Let us know about the problem and where to find it.
- Property Maintenance The house or building next to yours look neglected?
- Illegally Parked or Inoperable Vehicle on Private Property (yard, driveway, etc Tulsa city ordinance prohibits the parking of vehicles in yards and requires vehicles in driveways to be fully operable. Please use this form to report violations or call the Mayor’s Action Center at 596-2100.
- Abandoned / Disabled Vehicle on City Street When a car parked on the street has not been moved in some time use this form to request that the abandoned vehicle be tagged for towing.
- Dumping Violations If you have observed a site where someone has dumped their trash, please use this form to let us know about the problem and where to find it.
- Advertising Sign Violations Tulsa has ordinances (here) that limit the way signs can be used including height, width, placement and installation methods. If you believe a sign has been installed that violates these ordinances or seems to be unsafe, please use this form to identify it for us.
- Water Line Breaks
- Sewer Line Breaks
- Barking Dog
- Other Problems
|Tulsa’s residential-use codes were passed to preserve property values and to guard the health of residents and the safety of residential property. Title 24, Chapter 1, Section 101 covers “Nuisances Affecting Health”.
Enforcement. The city agency to report such violations to is the Department of Public Works Neighborhood Inspections Section 596-7698 or to the Mayor’s Action Center (596-2100)
The restrictive covenants (which are part of your abstract) in our association require that all new modifications to the exterior of homes and property, i.e. roofs, fences, additions, etc., be approved by the committee of the board of directors. If you are planning any new changes to the exterior of your home or property, please contact any director.