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The links below are to web sites of other organizations, both private and government. (Neighborhood Alliance has no control over the content of these web sites.)
- City Of Oklahoma City
- This is the place to access city government and city departments. OKC City Hall is your one-stop location for help in identifying problems and solutions that involve city services and community resources.
- City Of Oklahoma City — Fire Department
- Check out the OKC Fire Department website for fire safety and fire prevention information
- Oklahoma City-County Health Department
- The Oklahoma City-County Health Department has continued to serve the Oklahoma City metro area and county with programs and services offered to every citizen of Oklahoma County. Since its initial inception, OCCHD has expanded its locations around Oklahoma County to better serve the community. See the Health Department Newsletter here.
- City Of Oklahoma City — Development Services
- Code Enforcement, housing programs and animal control services are included on this page.
- City Of Oklahoma City — Police Department
- Check out the OKC Police Department website for all of your safety and crime prevention needs. Crime Stoppers, Service Corps, Sex Offender Information and Most Wanted information is just a small part of what can be found here.
- City Of Oklahoma City — Solid Waste Management Department
- The 411 on trash collection in OKC, how to get a big blue, recycling, big junk pick up and more.
- Community Action Agency
- The Community Action Agency is funded by Federal money, either directly in the form of grants, or through the states, as in Community Service Block Grant funds. The federal money is augmented tremendously by additional funds from states and local communities.
- Oklahoma City Municipal Code
- Click for a complete listing of the City of Oklahoma City’s Code of Ordinances.
- Municipal Codes for various Oklahoma cities & towns.
- Click for a list of Oklahoma cities and towns that have city ordinances available online.
- Possibilities: Neighbors in Action
- Possibilities is a non-profit organization that works with citizens in neighborhoods, schools and business districts throughout the Oklahoma City area, encouraging and assisting them in their efforts to get people working together and affect positive change in their communities.