Tulsa’s residential-use codes were passed to preserve property values and to guard the health of residents and the safety of residential property.
- Does a house in your area look neglected? Grass or vegetation over twelve (12) inches in height? Rank growths such as poison sumac or poison ivy? Trash, junk and debris in the yard, such as auto parts, appliances, indoor furniture, tires, trash, tree trimmings?
- Vehicles that are not fully operable must be stored within an enclosed structures; not in the driveway or the yard. Also, a vehicle cannot be parked in the same spot on the street longer than 24 hours.
- Trash or recycle bins not fly-tight, at curb over 24 hours or stored within 12 feet of a curb?
- Trees and shrubs dead or diseased or that block motorists’ view around street corners or interfere with the mowing of weeds and grass; to invite or conceal deposits of refuse or trash; to harbor rodents or vermin?
Click for information to help you contact the City of Tulsa to report violations in your neighborhood, as soon as you see a problem.