REPORT A PROBLEM

Street light outage

Call OG&E 

Tel. 800-272-9741

or

Visit their website

For
Emergencies

Call 911

 

Report
a Non-Emergency

Call City Hall

Tel. 405-382-4330

or

Use CPR

(instructions below)

*Old version disappears September 1st.

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What is Citizen Problem Reporter?

Citizen Problem Reporter (CPR) allows citizens to report problems they see digitally. The problems reported are sent directly to City employees so they can address the issue.

STEP 1: SEE THE PROBLEM

Citizens can report a multitude of problems to CPR. They can report anything from potholes to stray animals to broken swings in the park to tall weeds and grass. If a citizen does not see a category for their problem, he or she can leave a comment for The City to address.

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Code Enforcement
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Animal
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Street
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Trash
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Parks
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Water/Sewer

STEP 2: REPORT THE PROBLEM

Citizens can use electronic devices to take pictures, mark the location, and explain details of the problem they are reporting. They can choose to remain anonymous or leave contact information through their report.

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STEP 3: EMPLOYEES RECEIVE THE PROBLEM

After a citizen has reported a problem, the issue is sent directly to the employees to find a solution. If citizens do not see results in a few days, they can call city hall for more information. 

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STEP 4: PROBLEM SOLVED

After a citizen has reported a problem, the issue is sent directly to the employees to find a solution. If citizens do not see results in a few days, they can call city hall for more information. 

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