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Greenwaste Pickup Info

Crews will begin a special greenwaste collection from June 3 – June 14. For the May 26 wind event, residents from Riverside Dr. to Memorial Dr. from 81st St. S. to 111th St. S. and Memorial Dr. to Mingo Rd. from 81st St. S. to 101st St. S. will receive service. See link to map below. Residents near the affected areas that do not fall within the identified boundaries and believe they should qualify for the special greenwaste collection can call (918) 596-9777.

Residents should put their greenwaste to the curb at the beginning of the collection period since there will only be one greenwaste pass.

Greenwaste must be cut into pieces less than six feet long and 18 inches in diameter. Greenwaste should be within four feet of the curb (NOT in the streets) and residents must avoid placing greenwaste near utilities and fire hydrants (this is common sense to most but I’m writing this statement because it wasn’t to some…). The City cannot pick up greenwaste from the curb if it is contaminated with other debris.

You can also transport your green waste to Tulsa’s year-round Greenwaste Facility, which is located at 2100 North 145th E. Ave. It’s open today (Memorial Day) and the hours will be extended from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Saturday, June 1. A current driver’s license or a recent City of Tulsa or Broken Arrow utility bill with a Tulsa or Broken Arrow address is required to use the site.

Dumpsters are located in the following locations, if you want to get rid of your STORM DEBRIS now:
• 5707 E. 109th Pl.
• 93rd S. Lakewood Ave.
• 9711 S. Darlington
• 99th & S. Irvington
• 9737 S. Joplin Pl.
• 5700 E. 98th St.
• 9037 E. 95th St. S.
• E. 88th Pl. & S. 90th E. Ave.
• 9711 S. 88th E. Ave.

The main fueling station is shut down this week, for safety reasons.

Winter 2019 Newsletter & Meeting Packet

All SM residents received the February 2019 Newsletter and Meeting Packet as a mailing to their home. Enclosed in it was information regarding the annual meeting on Tuesday, February 12. If you plan to attend the meeting (which we hope you all do), please bring your newsletter with you if you can. This will help us keep paper costs lower. Thank you!

February 2019 Packet & News

Online Payments

Sun Meadow HOA can now accept maintenance fee payments online! If you haven’t yet paid your fees for 2018, do it now from the convenience of your computer with any major credit card.

To pay online, find the “Pay Dues Online” tab on the right of the website. Select the amount you’d like to pay, and then click “Pay Now”. The site will redirect you to PayPal to submit your payment. If you don’t have a PayPal account, just click “Pay with Debit or Credit Card” at the bottom. This will let you pay with any major credit card.

Spring 2018 Newsletter

The Spring 2018 newsletter is here! Paper copies will be delivered to your door by Block Captains in the next few days. Read inside for information on the Summer Neighborhood Garage sale!

April 2018 SM Newsletter