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Top Five from NACOK – June 17, 2016

Summer is a great time to host a neighborhood event.  This week we want to share a few ideas for games and activities for your neighborhood. The Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating safe, attractive and healthy neighborhoods throughout Central Oklahoma by working with…
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Recycle Mercury Thermostats

Mercury is a heavy metal that represents a threat to human health and the environment when released into the environment. An average wall thermostat contains 4 grams of mercury, the equivalent of 800 compact fluorescent lights. Preventing toxics like mercury from entering the waste stream plays a critical role in…
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Sprinkler System Checkup Program Available

Sprinkler System Checkup Program Available
Does your neighborhood association manage an irrigated common area? The Oklahoma City Water Conservation Program is offering free sprinkler system checkups for neighborhood associations. The program will find ways to improve the efficiency of common area sprinkler systems and help neighborhood associations find the right irrigation schedule for their site.…
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Coffee with a Cop

Coffee with a Cop
The Oklahoma City Police Department and Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma have partnered with Panera Bread to brew up monthly Coffee with a Cop community events on the first Wednesday of each month from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. where residents can connect with law enforcement officers over a free cup of…
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Green Home Loan

Green Home Loan
Oklahoma City homeowners wanting to save money on their electric and gas bill by making their home more energy efficient can apply for a green home loan offered through the City of Oklahoma City. The loans are offered to Oklahoma City residents whose household income is $100,000 or less. Residents…
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Sidewalk Repair Program Funds still Available

OKC’s Sidewalk Repair and Replacement Program helps residential property owners improve their neighborhood’s walk-ability. If you are responsible for the sidewalk on a residential property you own, the City can split the cost of repairing or replacing it. The City will provide labor, equipment and materials for sidewalk construction if…
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