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The city charter is available on this website at View City Charter
Yes. Per Chapter 14 of the Sallisaw Code of Ordinances,
"No person shall use the airport or any part thereof, or any airport facility, for revenue producing or commercial activities without first securing an appropriate written lease, sublease, and/or permit from the City or the Airport Manager and, having obtained such document, shall comply fully and completely with all of the terms and conditions thereof, including payment of rates, charges and appropriate sales taxes."
Application for an airport permit must be submitted through the office of the City Clerk.
Note that all fences should be surveyed in by a licensed land surveyor. Encroachment onto another property, easements, or right of ways could cause a fence to be moved once discovered.
To find out exactly what is needed before you start construction refer to the Carport Ordinance link below. Also contact the Building Development department for more information. Carport Ordinance
All decorations and flowers placed on the ground and left longer than seven days following Memorial Day will be removed and disposed of by Cemetery personnel.
The City Clerk is responsible for all City records. Open Records Request Form
You may contact the office of the City Manager or City Clerk to inquire about placing items on the Council agenda or making a presentation to the City Council. Give us a call at (918) 775-6241 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A customer may have up to three pay agreements in one calendar year; and none of those can be in back to back months. Also, in order to obtain a deferred pay agreement, the customer may be required to make a partial payment. Note that the City will not agree to deferred payments on days that meters are being disconnected for non-payment.
This is covered in our city code book Section 98.263, 98.264 and 98.265
98.264.(a)"Each owner, tenant, occupant or lessee of any building or premises in the city shall accept and use the refuse disposal services provided by the city"
98.265. "No connection for utility services in any part of the city in which the city provides a municipal refuse collection and disposal service shall be made unless and until the customer makes provision for municipal refuse collection and disposal service at the same time that application is made for utility service"
Customers often ask us if their higher than average electric bill could be due to a meter that is malfunctioning? Because of the mechanics of your electric meter, a malfunctioning meter can actually be to your benefit. Meters operate using a series of disks and moving parts. Like any other mechanical device, a mechanical electric meter tends to slow down with age, not speed up. That's due to wear on the gears and other mechanical parts. If your meter goes bad, you'll likely benefit from it. Meter malfunction is rarely the reason your electric bill rises. In fact, your meter is actually your greatest tool in helping track down inefficient or malfunctioning appliances
No. Oklahoma state law prevents the Commission from regulating any public utility operated by a governmental entity.
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Burn Permit's are in place to protect the Citizen's of Sallisaw and their property inside corporate city limit's. If it was not for burn permit's there would be no way to control what was being burned, such as kitchen trash, tires, lumber, etc..
Burn permit's are not given out when conditions are not favorable such as drought or high winds. Burn Permit's can be obtained at City Hall Customer Service Counter(first floor).
Burn Permit's cost $10.00 and are good for 5 days during daylight hours. . Leaves and tree limbs, in small piles ,are the only items that are legal to burn in the City Limit's with this permit.
The Sallisaw Fire Department authorizes all the burn permit's through Customer Service.
The City of Sallisaw provides electric, water, sewer, sanitation, landfill, Internet, cable television and telephone services to the community.
Sallisaw NOW Coalition serves the City of Sallisaw, Oklahoma in Sequoyah County. Our main goal is to maintain strong leadership and strategic partners in order to identify needs and address target issues arising from substance misuse in our community. We also stay closely involved with other government and tribal partners to implement effective local strategies to reduce the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, and prescription drugs. The coalition's primary target population is underage youth. We have two very strong youth coalitions at Sallisaw and Central High Schools and hope to establish more throughout Sequoyah County in the future. These coalitions focus on engaging other youth at the peer-to-peer level in remaining alcohol and drug free.
The NOW Coalition serves the population of Sallisaw and surrounding Sequoyah County.
The Sallisaw NOW Coalition partners with local sector representatives to implement a myriad of prevention activities:
The NOW Coalition meets on the third Thursday of every month at 2pm, at the Civic Center located in downtown Sallisaw. These meetings are open to the public and anyone may freely attend.
Yes, provided prior approval is obtained before it is brought to the facility. Please contact the Landfill supervisor.
Yes. The following link will provide a copy of the use policy.
Any tree that is in public easements, or are touching power lines, are subject to being trimmed. The object is keep limbs from the power lines as long as possible.
Typically trees are trimmed in 3 year cycles.