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That depends on the zoning of a residential property. Please contact the Building Department for further information. Ph: (405) 359-4780
Methods of payment In person at 101 E. First St. - Cash, cashier's check, money order, Visa, American Express, MasterCard, or Discover
By phone at (405) 359-4360 - Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover
By mail - Cashier's check or money order (do not mail cash)
Drop box at 101 E. First St. - Cashier's check or money order (personal checks are only accepted for tickets not in the Late / Warrant status)
You may apply for these and other permits at the Building and Fire Code Services Department, located at 7 N. Broadway.
This service is provided by the Oklahoma County Court Clerk's satellite office and not the City of Edmond. You may apply for a passport at the Oklahoma County Clerk's Office located at 7 N. Broadway.
This service is provided by the state and not the City of Edmond. All driver's license tests can be taken at the Service Oklahoma Licensing Office located at 7 N. Broadway.
City Council meetings are the second and fourth Monday of every month. The meetings take place in the City Council Chambers located at 20 S Littler Ave, Edmond, OK. The meetings can also be watched live on the City of Edmond's government access channel which airs on Channel 20 for Cox Cable subscribers and on Channel 99 for AT&T U-verse, or On-Demand.
The sales tax rate in Edmond is 8.25%. Of that 4.5% goes to the State of Oklahoma. The City of Edmond receives 3.75%, which is used for the general fund, public safety, parks, and capital improvements. The following is how the 3.75% is used to serve our citizens:
The City of Edmond Municipal Codes and Ordinances are not subject to any Home Owner's Associations' Covenants and we do not enforce any Home Owner's Associations' Covenants or bylaws.
Each business within the City of Edmond city limits can purchase permits so that they can place temporary signs on site.
You may fill out an application online and learn more by visiting the Signs Page.
Please call the City of Edmond City Clerk’s office at (405) 359-4555 or visit their webpage for further information.
Please call the City of Edmond Building Department at (405) 359-4780 to find out if you need a building permit.
According to the City of Edmond municipal code fences cannot be in a state of disrepair. Since we do not know who is responsible for which part of the shared property, both neighbors could be ticketed for not keeping their fence in good repair. Any conflict concerning responsibility for upkeep of the fence is a civil matter.
If the abandoned house is not secured (i.e. broken window or doors) or has tall grass or weeds, please call the Code Enforcement office to report the address at (405) 359-4793.
Rules and regulations concerning landlords and rental property fall under the Landlord Tenant Act and are not under our jurisdiction. Please call the Apartment Association of Central Oklahoma at (405) 720-6646 or the Metropolitan Fair Housing Council at (405) 232-3247 for assistance with these issues.
Pennants are not permitted within the Edmond City limits.
Tree branches are not considered debris while they are still attached to the tree, however once a tree branch falls on the ground it does become trash and should be removed.
The only furniture that may be placed in the yard or outside on the porch are those that are specifically made for outdoor use. Indoor furniture will not hold up to the wear and tear of our Oklahoma weather.
If you are unable to get assistance with disposing of your debris, you can schedule a bulk pickup with the City of Edmond Utility Customer Service Department. There is a fee for the bulk pick up that will be charged to your next utility bill. Please call the City of Edmond Utility Customer Service Department at (405) 359-4541 with this request.
According to the City of Edmond Municipal Code it is illegal for anyone to dispose of debris in this manner, please call the Code Enforcement office to report the illegal dumping at (405) 359-4793.
According to the City of Edmond Municipal Code it is illegal for anyone to dispose of debris in this manner. To get prompt assistance with this issue please contact the City of Edmond Engineering Department at (405) 359-4770.
According to the City of Edmond Municipal Code, it is illegal for anyone to dispose of debris in this manner, please call the Code Enforcement office to report the illegal dumping at (405) 359-4793. If you catch someone in the act, please try to get the company name or vehicle tag # so that we can enforce this ordinance.
According to the City of Edmond Municipal Code, it is illegal for anyone to dispose of debris in this manner, please call the Code Enforcement office to report the illegal dumping at (405)-359-4793. If you catch someone in the act, please get try to get the company name or vehicle tag # so that we can enforce this ordinance.
Grass or weeds cannot be above 12” in height as they can provide a hiding place for snakes, rats, spiders or other vermin. Tall vegetation can provide ticks, mosquitoes and other insects a place to multiply.
Please call (405) 359-4793 to report this concern.
As a property owner, you have the right to trim trees or bushes that encroach onto your property. Any tree limbs or branches cut off become debris to be disposed of. Please call the Code Enforcement office with any questions at (405)-359-4793.
Please call the Non-Emergency Police line at (405) 359-4494 to report the vehicle.
A vehicle with a flat tire is considered inoperable since it cannot legally be driven on the streets.
The City of Edmond has no ordinance for vehicles that are legally parked in the driveway. The only reason that Code Enforcement would get involved would be if the vehicle is visibly disabled.
The City of Edmond does have an ordinance addressing this issue. Please call (405) 359-4793 to report this to the Code Enforcement office.
Any trailer that is parked in the street without a tow vehicle attached is considered a dangerous object in the street right of way. Please call (405) 359-4793 to report this to the Code Enforcement office.
In essence, a service-based business can operate from a residential address. Home-based businesses cannot offer wholesale or retail products for sale, cannot have employees coming or going, and cannot display merchandise for sale. The home-based business should not change the characteristics, peace or tranquility of the neighborhood.
The City of Edmond Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Housing Rehabilitation Program assists several low- to moderate-income homeowners every year with making their home safe and accessible. Please call 359-4694 for an application and to see if you are eligible.
The Employee Health Clinic is located at 2824 Progressive Drive, Suite 118, Edmond, OK 73034.
Monday, Wednesday & Friday7:00 am - 11:00 am &11:45 am - 1:45 pm
Tuesday & Thursday9:00 am - 12:00 pm &12:45 pm - 3:45 pm
See the No-Cost Generic Medications List.
Yes. To be eligible to use the Employee Health Clinic, adults need an annual Personal Health Assessment (PHA). To schedule a PHA appointment, log in at: careatc.com/patients or call 800-993-8244
Residents living in the City of Edmond city limits are currently eligible for ambulance service from Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA), but that service is transitioning to American Medical Response (AMR). The target transition date to begin services with AMR is in January 2024.
A change is being made to make sure consistent response, at levels necessary to ensure the highest quality of service to the community, is being met. Over a period of nearly 3 years, for a variety of reasons, EMSA was not in compliance with the target minimum response times for both Priority 1 and Priority 2 emergency calls. This caused extended waits for patient transports, and that, in turn, impacted the availability of Edmond Fire personnel, both EMS and Fire Suppression. Our residents and visitors deserve the highest quality and fastest service we can provide, and that includes a timely response when it’s time to get an ambulance to a patient.
We regularly receive questions from individuals who are unsure if they live in the City of Edmond. It can be somewhat confusing because their mailing address says “Edmond, OK” but they actually live outside of the city limits. Your mailing address is based on parameters set by the US Postal Service, and those often will label “Edmond, OK” areas as addresses both inside and outside the City of Edmond city limits.
To confirm your service address:
If you are enrolled in EMSAcare or opt in for enrollment in EMSAcare in October 2023 through your City of Edmond utility bill, that service will roll over to AMR when the new contract begins in January. If you are enrolled in EMSAcare’s annual membership program you will have EMSA care until Sept. 30, 2024. This is only for the cities that EMSA services.
AMR has two ways to provide you with coverage for ambulance transport. If you are a City of Edmond resident and receive a utility bill from the City of Edmond, you can receive membership benefits via a $3 monthly fee added to your utility bill. Individuals who do not receive a monthly utility bill from the City of Edmond can purchase an annual membership directly from AMR at $65 annually.
During this initial transition, for the monthly $3 utility billing program there will be an implementation period to allow residents to opt in or opt out. Beginning in November, as part of the transition and new service provided by AMR, opt-in enrollment in the program will be available year-round with a one-year commitment. So, if you are not currently enrolled, after October 31 you can enroll for the AMR service at any time, and that enrollment is good for one year. After one year, you can let your status stand – without taking any action – or opt-out. All residents currently enrolled in the EMSACare program will roll over to the AMR service when the new contract begins and can maintain the service or opt-out at the one-year anniversary of their enrollment.
Additionally, new utility customers can opt in at the time they sign up for utility service. Individuals who do not receive a monthly utility bill from the City of Edmond can purchase an annual membership directly from AMR at (844) 793-8426 at any time. Annual memberships cost $65 and are good for one year from the sign-up date.
If you want to opt-in now and have EMSACare service in place until the transition, or if you want to opt-out of the EMSACare program, call Utility Customer Service at (405) 359-4541 or email email@example.com.
Contact Edmond Utility Customer Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 359-4541 during the month of October or when you start new services, to have a $3 charge included on your utility bill. If you already have an EMSACare subscription through your City of Edmond utility bill, that subscription will automatically change from EMSA to AMR after the City of Edmond transitions from EMSA to AMR. If you do not receive a utility bill from Edmond, contact AMR (844) 793-8426 for an annual membership. Annual memberships cost $65 and are good for one year from the sign-up date.
AMR is a third-party service contracted by the City of Edmond and there are fees associated with those services. A typical ambulance service charge for an emergency transport could be $1,300 plus $19 per mile. There are several ways to purchase memberships that would cover these transport services.
No, your medical treatment will not change. You will get transport and care, but you will be subject to charges for ambulance transport.
To reduce or eliminate your out-of-pocket expenses for ground ambulance transport, you may want to enroll in one of the AMR service options. You can do this by opting into the service offered through the City of Edmond, which shows up as a monthly $3 fee on your utility bill, or by purchasing an annual ambulance service membership with AMR for $65. January 2024 is the target timeframe for AMR to provide ambulance service for the City of Edmond.
All permanent residents of your household under the age of 18 or listed on your utility account are covered, regardless of their age or whether they are a blood relative of the utility account holder. All covered persons must reside in your household. Someone simply in town visiting is not covered. Please make sure all permanent residents in your home over the age of 18 are listed on your utility account to be covered. You can do so by emailing email@example.com or calling Edmond Utility Customer Service at (405) 359-4541.
Medicaid patients have no out-of-pocket costs for covered emergency ambulance transports. However, others in the household may have Medicare or private insurance and may be subject to charges because Medicare, just like private insurance, can deny claims. Should you have any questions about your eligibility, contact AMR at (844) 793-8426.
An emergency transport occurs any time AMR transports you to a hospital emergency room for urgent, unscheduled treatment of an unforeseen medical condition.
A non-emergency transport is a medical transfer that does not have a hospital emergency room as the destination. For example, AMR often transports individuals to nursing homes just after hospital discharge.
Beginning in November, as part of the transition and new service provided by AMR, opt-in enrollment in the program will be available year-round with a one-year commitment. So, if you are not currently enrolled, after October 31 you can enroll for the AMR service at any time, and that enrollment is good for one year. New utility customers can opt in at the time they sign up for utility service. Individuals who do not receive a monthly utility bill from the City of Edmond can purchase an annual membership directly from AMR at (844) 793-8426 at any time. Annual memberships cost $65 and are good for one year from the sign-up date.
No, once you have made your choice to stay in the program or opt out, that decision will carry forward each year unless you contact Utility Customer Service by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (405) 359-4541 to change your status. Beginning in November 2023, as part of the transition and new service provided by AMR, opt-in enrollment in the program will be available year-round with a one-year commitment.
No. A participating utility customer does not need to purchase a separate membership for a spouse in a nursing home. Please make sure that your family member is listed on your utility account to be covered.
Benefits afforded through the utility bill are only for utility account holders and individuals living with them at that residence. Renters who do not have utility accounts in their name may contact AMR directly at (844) 793-8426 to purchase an annual membership for $65 per year.
Apartment owners are required to notify tenants if they choose to opt out of the AMR membership program. Ambulance Transport Resident Notification. If you do not pay a City of Edmond utility bill and your apartment has chosen not to participate, you can call (844) 793-8426 and sign up for AMR’s annual membership program for $65 per year.
Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are classified as commercial customers. The $3 monthly billing service is available only to residential utility customers, not commercial customers. However, residents of your facility can purchase an individual membership by contacting AMR directly at (844) 793-8426. There are no group or facility-wide memberships for commercial customers.
No, your membership is only good for the service area that the carrier provides service for. Example: You live in Edmond and work in OKC, your AMR membership covers you in Edmond. If you want coverage in Edmond, AMR is who you want a membership with. However, if you want coverage for OKC, EMSA is who you want a membership with. If you want coverage in both areas, you will need memberships from both AMR and EMSA to keep from paying out-of-pocket charges in both locations.
If they participate in either the monthly utility billing or the annual contract, they have no out-of-pocket costs for AMR emergency service. The amount they've paid through their utility bill is considered payment in full.
Only City of Edmond utility customers who reside within the Edmond city limits are eligible to participate in Edmond's monthly utility billing program. The only way for individuals who do not have City of Edmond utility accounts to receive benefits is by purchasing an annual membership from AMR directly at (844) 793-8426. AMR’s service is only for the City of Edmond.
Yes, you could. Ambulance service providers do not have reciprocal agreements, even if it was a requested mutual aid response. You can call AMR directly at (844) 793-8426 to ask questions about their benefits and membership. You can also contact EMSA at (405) 396-2888 about their benefits and membership.
No, AMR will have the contract for ambulance transports within the City of Edmond city limits.
EMSAcare direct subscriptions are annual memberships. A current EMSAcare subscription is valid through Sept 30, 2023 if EMSAcare membership is not renewed. If a resident chooses to renew their subscription, their EMSAcare membership will be valid until Sept 30, 2024. EMSAcare memberships are non-refundable. You can contact EMSA at (405) 396-2888 about their benefits and membership.
Yes, you can purchase annual memberships from those transport agencies. You will need to contact them and know what areas those memberships provide coverage for. To inquire about AMR benefits, contact AMR directly at (844) 793-8426. You can also call EMSA directly at (405) 396-2888 to ask questions about their membership.
There's never a fee to call 9-1-1. Edmond’s 9-1-1 lines are answered by the City of Edmond’s communications team and routed or transferred to the correct first responders. Your emergency call may require Fire, Police, or Ambulance transport and the appropriate first responders will be sent.
There is no charge for Edmond Fire or Police to respond to your emergency.
The Oklahoma County Clerk's office maintains a database of residential and commercial plats. You may also contact Engineering Administration at (405) 359-4770.
The City of Edmond's portion of sales tax income is used for the general fund, public safety, parks, and capital improvements. The following is how the 3.75% is used to serve our citizens:
The City of Edmond does not normally levy any property tax. The property tax you pay goes to the Edmond Public School system, Francis Tuttle Vo Tech School, and Oklahoma County.
Unlike most states, Oklahoma law does not permit cities to levy property taxes for operations. In most states, the property tax would equal or exceed sales tax as the primary source of revenue. Sales tax revenue is the only significant tax the City of Edmond receives. Sales tax revenue is 65% of our total General Fund income.
Oklahoma law does provide that cities may levy property taxes to pay for general obligation bond debt or to satisfy legal judgments against cities. This has not happened in Edmond since 2005 when it was done to satisfy a legal judgment.
Yes. Benefit package is provided by the City of Edmond and incentive pay is available for specific qualifications.
The EMT-B license incentive is $80/month. If you have a EMT-P license and have been approved by the Edmond Fire Department's Medical Director you will receive $1.30 per hour for Suppression employees and $1.83 per hour for Non-suppression employees as the incentive.
Pay traffic tickets at the Municipal Court, located on the northeast corner of First Street and Littler Avenue: 101 E. First St. A full list of how and where you can submit payment is listed below. Visit the Municipal Court page for more information.
We have several convenient ways to pay your bill. See all of our payment options here.
All open burning sites must have an approved Burn Permit. Residential burn permits can be filled out online, submitted, and then printed electronically. A burn permit can also be obtained in person at Fire Station 5, located at 5300 E Covell Road, during normal working hours Monday – Friday 8:00-12:00, and 1:00-5:00. Burn permits are free to the public and are active for Six Months.
Contact a city planner at (405) 359-4790 for zoning information. View the Online Zoning Map for a quick reference.
Housing is accessible when public or common areas of the building can be approached, entered and used by someone with a physical disability. Accessible housing may have ramps, elevators and wider doorways to accommodate people with mobility improvements. Other accessibility features include wheelchair-accessible bathrooms and universal design features like lever door handles.
The extent to which there are enough rental units at different costs in an area to meet the housing needs of each renter household, assuming that each household pays no more than 30 percent of their income for rent.
According to the federal government, housing is affordable when rent or mortgage payments (principal, interest, taxes, and insurance) plus utilities are no more than 30% of the occupant’s monthly income.
For instance, an apartment unit for an elementary school teacher earning an annual wage of $45,810 in the Oklahoma City region needs to cost less than $1,145/month for it to be considered affordable to them.
Area Median Income (AMI) is a metric calculated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to determine the income eligibility requirements of federal housing programs
Attainable Housing is an umbrella term that reflects the many aspects of a home that make it suitable for a household in the City of Edmond. Attainable Housing is appropriate in:
Generally, Attainable Housing is a more inclusive term to describe affordability at a range of different area median incomes. It is usually used to talk about housing where housing cost and utilities make up no more than 30% of the gross household income for households earning up to 120% of the City’s median area income.
Displacement occurs when residents can no longer afford to live in their neighborhood and they move elsewhere. This often stems from the impact of increasing housing prices in a neighborhood, which in turn can be the result of neighborhood reinvestment and major infrastructure investments.
Any building, structure or portion thereof which is occupied as, or designed or intended for occupancy as, a residence by one or more households. Dwellings may be single-family homes or multifamily structures, occupied by either renters or owners.
A household composed of one or more persons at least one of whom is at least 62 years of age at the time of initial occupancy. Also referred to as Elderly Person Housing or Senior Household.
Households with incomes below 30 percent of area median income. Most federal affordable housing programs serve households earning up to 80% of area median income.
The Fair Market Rent is the average rent and utility costs for newly leased, non-luxury rental units with basic amenities. Fair Market Rents are used to set rental assistance payment standards for federal housing programs
All persons living in the same household who are related by birth, marriage or adoption. In HUD-assisted housing, all persons sharing a dwelling unit are referred to as a family, whether related or not.
There is no singular definition of gentrification. The term typically encompasses changing neighborhoods, increased development, rising housing costs, and residential turnover.
The total income received by all members of the tenant's household. This is the amount before taxes and deductions are subtracted.
Gross rent is the amount of rent stipulated in a lease. When someone signs a lease, they will have to pay rent each month, and the gross rent is the combined amount of monthly payments.
An individual who is homeless lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. Additionally, “homeless” may describe an individual who has a primary nighttime residence that is one of the following:
All the people who occupy a housing unit. A household includes related family members and all unrelated people. Unrelated people may include lodgers, foster children, wards, or employees who share the housing unit. A person living alone in a housing unit, or a group of unrelated people sharing a housing unit such as partners or roommates, is also counted as a household.
The monthly dollar amount a public housing authority (PHA) would pay directly to the landlord on behalf of the Section 8 Voucher holder. The amount of HAP is the difference between the unit rent and the tenant contribution. The tenant contribution in the Section-8 voucher program is 30% of monthly income.
As HUD's major tenant-based rental assistance program, Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers allow low-income households to receive rental assistance in a home of their choice. Housing Choice Voucher tenants pay 30% of their monthly income for rent and the federal government pays the landlord the remainder through a local housing authority. Payments to landlords are restricted by the area's Fair Market Rent (FMR). This is called the Housing Assistance Payment, or HAP (see above).
A geographic region from which it is likely that renters/purchasers would be drawn to a given housing project. A housing market area most often corresponds to a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
Housing with severe or moderate physical problems, as defined in the American Housing Survey (AHS) since 1984. A unit is defined as having severe physical problems if it has severe problems in any of five areas: plumbing, heating, electrical system, upkeep, and hallways. It has moderate problems if it has problems in plumbing, heating, upkeep, hallways or kitchen, but no severe problems.
A household whose combined income does not exceed 80% of the median family income for the area. This is the income eligibility threshold for most federal affordable housing programs.
The geographic area from which a project owner could reasonably expect to draw applicants.
The most probable price that a property should bring in a competitive and open market. This is provided that all conditions requisite to a fair sale are present, the buyer and seller are knowledgeable and acting prudently, and the price is not affected by any undue stimulus.
An area with at least one urbanized area of 50,000 or more population, plus adjacent territory that has a high degree of social and economic integration with the core. This integration is primarily measured by commuting ties.
Net rent is the rent a lessee pays on average per month of a lease period. It is not the actual amount a lessee pays per month, but a mathematical calculation that considers free months on the lease as if they’d been paid for. The net rent may appear on rental listings to guide potential renters toward the listing with the promise of lower payments.
Describes the phenomenon in which residents of a neighborhood designate a new development or change in occupancy of an existing development as inappropriate or unwanted for their local area.
Naturally occurring affordable housing is housing that is available on the regular market, open to anyone, and happens to be affordable to many families.
Payments authorized by the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 for operating costs of low-rent public housing properties. Operating subsidies help public housing authorities pay for utilities, maintenance, security, accounting, reporting and similar operating costs.
The condition of having an average of more than one person per room. Overcrowding is considered a serious housing problem. Overcrowding is not allowed in federally assisted housing.
Project-based housing assistance describes when government housing assistance is tied to the unit, not the tenant. When a tenant moves out, they do not take the rental assistance with them. New tenants moving into the unit will benefit from the rental assistance attached to the property.
A component of a public housing authority's housing (PHA) Section 8 - Housing Choice Voucher program. A PHA can attach up to 20% of its voucher assistance to specific housing units if the owner agrees to either rehabilitate or construct the units, or the owner agrees to set aside a portion of the units in an existing development.
Housing assisted under the provisions of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 or under a state or local program having the same general purposes as the federal program. Public housing is distinguished from privately financed housing, regardless of whether federal housing subsidies or mortgage insurance are features of the housing development.
Any census tract (or equivalent geographic area defined by the Census Bureau) in which at least 50% of households have an income less than 60% of the area's median gross income. In addition, a census tract may also be a Qualified Census Tract if it has a poverty rate of at least 25%.
Discrimination based on location is often referred to as redlining. Historically, some lending institutions were found to have maps with red lines delineating neighborhoods where they would not do business, which were typically neighborhoods with large populations of racial minorities.
A new pathway to home ownership meant to bridge the gap between renting and owning a home. Rent is generally agreed up front and the purchase price is fixed, providing stability while you save.
The labor, materials, tools, and other costs of improving buildings, other than minor or routine repairs. Rehabilitation includes when the use of a building is changed to an emergency shelter and the combined cost of this change and any rehabilitation costs does not exceed 75 percent of the value of the building before its use was changed.
Rehabilitation that involves costs of 75 percent or less of the value of the building before rehabilitation. Examples of renovation projects include jobs like kitchen or bathroom remodels, upgrading windows, or adding a deck.
A federally funded rental assistance program that pays private landlords the difference between what a low-income household can contribute and the fair market rent.
Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers (HCV) provide rental assistance for households to use renting in the private market. Section 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) is attached to a specific home or apartment community. In both programs, the tenant pays 30% of monthly income for rent with HUD pays the owner the remainder, up to the area's Fair Market Rent (FMR).
Tenant-based housing assistance (as opposed to project-based housing assistance) is a broad category of affordable housing programs where the rental subsidy is tied to the tenant. Households receiving the benefits of a tenant-based housing assistance program may be able to keep the benefits when moving.
Tax increment finance is a mechanism for capturing the future tax benefits of real estate improvements in order to pay for the present cost of those improvements. It is generally used to channel funding toward improvements in distressed or underdeveloped areas where development would not otherwise occur.
Transit-oriented development creates compact, mixed-used communities near transit where people enjoy easy access to jobs and services.
An amount used by a public housing authority (PHA) to determine average utility bills for a specific area. It is used to calculate the tenant's portion of the monthly rent.
An ordered list of households who have applied for housing assistance through a housing authority or private landlord. Waiting lists are used when affordable housing demand exceeds the supply of available assistance.
Workforce housing is housing for the occupations needed in every community, including teachers, nurses, police officers, firefighters, and many other critical workers. The families in need of workforce housing do not fall neatly into a single narrow income category. Employees in some industries (for example, retail sales, food service, and tourism) are more likely to be in lower income ranges. Seasoned workforce jobs with education or training requirements, such as teachers, police officers, nurses, etc., may fall into the middle-income brackets, but still find it difficult to afford homes in the community where they work.
For instance, in the Oklahoma City region, the median annual wage for restaurant cooks is $24,790, for elementary school teachers is $45,810, and for registered nurses is $65,680.
You can see our current career opportunities HERE. We usually have a multitude of positions open, so check back frequently to see if there are any positions that match your experience and skills!
If you're wondering about our application process, you can learn more about it HERE.
Applying to be a Police Officer or Fire Fighter is different than applying for another position. You can use the links below to visit the appropriate pages on our website to see how to apply for these roles.
If a position piques your interest after reviewing our career opportunities, click on the job title to learn more about the position. If you would like to apply, then click the "Apply Now" button displayed on the page with the career listing. That button will take you to the online application where you can attach a resume, list your experience, and answer screening questions.
Please fill out the application thoroughly and completely, and attach a resume and references. The more details, the better!
For more information about applying with the City of Edmond, visit the How to Apply page and use our Helpful Hints.
Start by reading our How to Apply guide and our Helpful Hints. They'll give you an overview of the application process with some insider advice.
When you start filling out the application, our best advice is get our attention (in a good way)! A job application is your first impression with us, so make sure it's a stellar one. Here are some tips for catching our attention with your application:
Attaching a resume is optional, but we highly recommend it!
A resume provides information about your credentials, qualifications, and work history. It's a quick way for us to get a feel for your skills, and it's easier than filling out your profile on our website (although that's a good option, too). We also recommend adding recommendation letters, cover letters, or other documentation relevant to your application.
To attach a resume to your application, use the Upload Resume button listed underneath the job title on the application page. (See image below—area is outlined in red.) Please submit your resume as a doc, docx, or PDF file.
If you're having trouble, then reach out to us. We'd be happy to take a look at your application and assist you!
You can contact our HR office at (405) 359-4685, or you can email us directly:
We offer a host of benefits, including insurance, retirement options, access to a primary care clinic, and much more. You can view a summary of what we offer on our Summary of Employee benefits page.
You may call the pro shop to schedule a tee time or book your tee times online.
Please visit the fines and costs page to see a list of the most common citations and their associated fines. Contact the Court Services Department with any further questions at (405) 359-4360.
Visit the Paying Your Ticket page for more information.
The Oversized/Overweight Structure Move Permit process began October 27, 2021.
You should submit your application along with supporting documentation a minimum of 15 business days prior to the date requested for the move.
We are unable to provide a timeline, due to possible route rejections and submissions of alternate routes.
It is possible to submit your route with specific directions, but it is highly recommended to provide a map with your application to avoid any miscommunication.
Moves are not allowed from 7 am - 9 am and 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm on weekdays and major holidays.
No after-dark moves are allowed.
Any move requiring City assistance will incur additional charges; weekend moves will be billed overtime rates.
The mover is liable for any expense, damages or costs to City property or private property.
(Reference Chapters 16.30.051 and 16.30.052 of the Edmond Municipal Code)
Any person violating any of the provisions of Ordinance 3862 in reference to Chapter 16.30 of the Edmond Municipal Code, shall be subject to a Class B offense.
You may sign up for classes by coming to the MAC at 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive, online, or by phone at (405) 359-4630.
The Oklahoma County Assessor keeps records of property ownership for Oklahoma County. A search can be performed
Yes, a permit is required. The homeowner should verify that the plumbing contractor is licensed with the City of Edmond and has pulled a permit prior to commencing any work. The ONLY EXCEPTION to this is EMERGENCY REPAIRS. When repairs are performed in an emergency, the permit must be pulled the next business day.
Visit the Service Oklahoma office located at 7 North Broadway in Edmond. They can be contacted by calling (405) 522-7000.
The Citizens Police Academy is a free 11 week series of classes that is designed to enhance relationships with community members by familiarizing academy participants with the Edmond Police Department, its policies and practices. Citizens Police Academy classes are held every spring & fall. Click here for more information.
Yes. Monday through Friday between 7:30 am and 5:30 pm, no appointment needed. Must present a valid photo identification. The cost is $ 10 for two cards (cards are provided upon request).
You may request a report either online or in person. Printed accident and/or incident reports are $0.25 per piece of paper. Online: Click the link below titled "Request Records" or visit edmondok.com/records. In Person: You must present a valid photo ID at the front desk of the Edmond Police Department (100 E. 1st Street). The Police Records Office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. For additional questions, please contact the Police Records Office at (405) 359-4420. The City of Edmond records fee schedule may be found here.
An applicant must be at least 21 years old and cannot have reached their 46th birthday. Along with 24 or more hours of college credit hours with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Must submit a college transcript.
Applicants must pass the Cooper Standards, agility course, timed push-ups, and timed sit-ups.
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Please contact Purchasing A/P at (405) 359-4579 or contact the Purchasing Manager at (405) 359-4533.
No, the barrels are composed of high-quality, food-grade HDPE and were previously used to ship food to the US from trade partners. The barrels may have scuff marks from shipping and handling, but each barrel is inspected to ensure the structural integrity of the barrel is not compromised. The barrels are then cleaned and outfitted with brand new fittings and screens. Although the barrel interior is cleaned with a pH-neutral soap, there may still be residual odors of the commodities originally shipped in the barrels, such as olives and pickles. The odors will dissipate over time, but until then, you may crave pizza when you're around your new rain barrel! The barrel shapes will also vary depending on what barrels are available during the ordering period.
Yes, the rain barrels come with a 1-year warranty on the material and workmanship. The warranty is voided if the rain barrel is not properly winterized prior to a freeze event.
No, it doesn’t matter where you live in the OKC metro. You may place your order with any of the participating municipalities depending on which date(s) and pick-up location is more convenient for you.
No, it is not illegal in Oklahoma, it is actually encouraged.
No, there is no charge or additional fee for homeowners to use rain barrels to catch and reuse rain water.
Yes! The City of Edmond has a rain barrel on permanent display in the 1st floor lobby of the Planning & Public Works Building at 10 S Littler Ave. If you have questions about the program after looking at the rain barrel, please go upstairs to the Engineering Department on the 2nd floor to speak with the Event Coordinator, Jordan Peebles.
Access Edmond’s online order page using the link found at www.edmondok.com/rainbarrels. Once you’ve selected an item you want to purchase, click the "Add to Cart" button. When you’re ready to check out, view your “Cart” and select “Proceed to Checkout”. You may choose to pay with either your PayPal account or by credit card through PayPal’s Guest Checkout. To pay by check or money order, print off the mail-in order form, fill it out and mail it to Upcycle Products at P.O. Box 315, Channahon, IL 60410.
if you order a rain barrel, compost bin, or barrel pedestal, you will be required to pick up those items during the event; however, the smaller accessories will be shipped directly to your home, so a correct shipping address is required.
A phone number is necessary so that the City of Edmond has a quick contact method should a homeowner forget to pick up their order on the day of the event. The phone number provided during checkout will only be used to arrange a new pick-up time, and will not be shared or used for any other purpose.
If you order a rain barrel, compost bin, or barrel pedestal, you will be required to pick up those items during the event; however, Upcycle Products will ship the smaller accessories directly to your home.
Additional OKC municipalities are also participating in this regional event and you may place an order through one of their programs, but you will have to pick up your order at their facility during their scheduled event. Visit Upcycle’s webpage to find information on the other municipal events.
Yes! You can still reap the benefits of owning a rain barrel without gutters. Walk around your home during a rain event and observe where rain water drips from your roof line. Remember the area where you see the most drainage and place your rain barrel under that spot. Adding a “rain chain” under the roof crease in that location will help to divert the rain directly into your rain barrel.
No, each homeowner will be responsible for installing their new rain barrel.
Roll your container to the curb by 7 a.m. on your collection day. The container is emptied mechanically from inside a Republic Services® vehicle cab. The driver uses a joystick, much like those used in video games, to operate the automated arm that picks up the container and empties the garbage into the truck. The container is set back in place, and the Republic Services truck moves on to the next stop.
Be sure your container is at the curb by 7 a.m. on your collection day to ensure collection. Or, you may set your container out the night before, if you wish.
Only the acceptable recycling items may be placed in your recycling container.
Read a full list of acceptable and non-acceptable recycling items here
The container will need to be sorted out and then sent to the landfill, causing the cost to rise. It can also cause acceptable items to be thrown away.
Unfortunately there is no longer a market for, or a way to responsibly recycle, plastics #3-#7. We can still accept #1 and #2 plastics.
Follow this link and enter your home address to see what days trash and recycling is picked up from your residence.
The City of Edmond elected to provide recycle/trash collection and disposal services for the mutual benefit of all residents. Our goal is to provide the best possible service for the lowest possible cost using "economies of scale." In other words, all customers benefit collectively from lower pricing than each could obtain individually. All residents have the recycle charge included in their Solid Waste Utility; however, the participation is voluntary.
As part of your recycling service, The City of Edmond provides a 96-gallon recycling poly cart. The carts are permanently assigned to each residential address and belong to the city.
The Transfer Station located at 5300 Recycle Trail accepts recyclable materials. You may drop off cardboard, plastics #1 & #2, as well as Aluminum. There is no fee to drop off recyclable items. To utilize this service, a utility bill and driver's license must be shown to verify you are an Edmond Solid Waste Customer.
For a copy of a Tort Claim Form, contact (405) 359-4607 or download the Tort Claim Form.
If you have a safety concern that would involve working conditions or a condition that could cause harm to the general public, contact Makaria Zolbe at (405) 359-4607.
No. We do accept a “voluntary” donation of $15.00 per year. This money goes toward future programs and activities. Some classes may require a fee, you pay the instructor directly.
No. The Edmond Senior Center does not provide transportation to the facility.
You may pick up a copy of the monthly newsletter at the Edmond Senior Center (2733 Marilyn Williams Drive), or you may view it online here.
Yes, lunch is served at 11:30 am. The suggested donation for lunch is $5.00. You may call two business days in advance to put in your reservation. Call our meal hotline at 405-216-7900.
Children are not allowed to participate in Senior Center activities except if they are part of a special program or a special event includes families.
We have stationary bikes only and no pool. However, the YMCA located next door to our building is equipped with a pool. Please note that the Edmond Senior Center is not affiliated with the YMCA and participation in Senior Center activities does not grant membership or admission to the Mitch Park YMCA. Learn more about the YMCA by visiting their website.
Smart Choice will be a group of programs and services, implemented over time, that use data provided by our upgraded smart meters. Smart Choice will help you better track and manage your utility usage as well as allow The City of Edmond to provide enhanced services and programs to you.
Smart meters record your water and energy usage the same as our previous meters do. However, unlike our previous meters that require manual monthly readings, your smart meter will now transmit your utility usage to the City daily. This will make your usage data more accessible to both you and the utility.
The meters use a low-powered radio to send your usage readings to the City of Edmond electric and water offices through a secure mesh network. This data is then processed and validated so you can see your previous days’ hourly usage, as well as long-term historical data. The meters will also notify us if there is an issue so we can better serve you.
In conjunction with a new web portal coming in 2023, this enhanced technology will allow you to access the previous days’ hourly usage for your water and electric service. Additionally, historical hourly usage will be available to view and graph. Various tools will help you track, compare, and monitor your usage so you can better control your utilities. In time, we will be offering additional programs and services under the Smart Choice program.
The upgrade to smart meters will help the City of Edmond’s electric and water systems make better use of the current infrastructure serving you and will better predict new infrastructure needs, reducing upfront costs while also meeting long-term service needs. Additionally, through the various alerts and alarms generated by the meters, we can serve you better by reacting to service issues more quickly.
The installation of smart meters began in June 2022 and will be done in segments over 18 months to 2 years. Approximately 2 to 4 weeks before your scheduled installation date, you will receive a notification letter with detailed information about the installation process.
Your utility bill will still look the same. Through the web portal, launching in late 2023, you will be able to access your previous day’s usage readings and other detailed information about your bill.
The City of Edmond has always worked diligently to ensure the safety of customer data. First, the meters do not collect, store, or transmit personally identifiable information. Second, the mesh network used to transmit the data is a secure and encrypted network. Next, once received by the City, the data is processed and stored on secure servers. Finally, the City does not release any water or electric data without the customer’s written permission.
While smart meters will inform the customer and the City of Edmond utilities of hourly consumption data, they cannot and do not identify which specific device in your property that using water or energy. The detailed consumption history is to help you monitor the devices you may be using and their impact on your bill. It also provides a way for the City of Edmond to better manage our electric and water systems, as well as engineer and plan for future system improvements.
While we believe this will greatly benefit our customers, we understand some may want the option to opt out of getting the new smart meters. If that is a choice you want to make, you can let us know with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your name and address in your email.
The opt-out option is for single-family residential customers only. If the customer is receiving both water and electric service, they will be required to opt-out of both of those services. A video explaining the opt-out option is available here: https://youtu.be/EJ-tcHl90zI.
Please note that if you choose to opt out after the meters are already installed at your location, an $85 enrollment fee will be charged. However, if you opt out before installation, there will be no $85 enrollment fee. A $15 monthly fee will apply to all opt-out customers, but will not start being applied to your bill until installations have occurred in your area. This fee covers the ongoing cost of personnel and equipment to manually read non-AMI meters and process that read for billing.
Finally, we do want to note that some opt-out customers have older electromechanical electric meters. These electric meters are reaching the end of their useful life. As part of our Smart Choice rollout, we will be replacing these with a non-communicating, electronic meter. These meters do not have a radio to transmit data back to our utility office like the Smart Choice meters.
Smart Choice meters can't limit the amount of electricity or water you use. They do not have this capability. As always, how much water and energy you use is up to you. The meters merely offer a quick, efficient way to record usage and, when the customer portal is ready, make hourly usage information available to the customer.
No. The current residential rates will remain the rate used for utilities. In the future, should Edmond Electric develop and make available a time-of-use rate program option, it would be completely voluntary. No customers will be required to switch to a time-of-use rate program. In fact, the new Smart Choice meters will help assist customers in evaluating their usage to determine if a time-of-use rate is a good fit for their needs.
Yes. Remote disconnects allow Edmond utilities to more conveniently turn on and off services as people move into and out of their homes and businesses. With two universities and a nearly full apartment inventory, there are multiple times a year when requests for service connects and disconnects greatly increase.
Before Smart Choice implementation, each connection/disconnection of service required a vehicle to be sent to the site to manually turn the service on or off. By using the remote connect/disconnect feature, Edmond’s utilities can limit trucks on the road to provide this service, reducing traffic and the associated pollution and congestion.
Please call our Utility Customer Service Department at (405) 359-4541 or email email@example.com
Edmond customers receive a 96-gallon refuse (trash) cart, a 96-gallon recycling collection cart and unlimited household hazardous waste (HHW) collections.
It depends, as this requirement comes from a change in shingle manufacturers’ installation instructions. Some, not all, shingle manufacturers now state (in their instructions) that their product cannot be installed on solid lumber sheathing wider than a 1x6. This is due to the possibility for expansion/contraction of the deck boards wider than a 1x6. The code does state that new roof covering material (shingles) must be installed in accordance with the manufacturers’ installation instructions. These instructions may also address the gap between boards and may require an overlay of OSB or plywood if the gaps are too wide.
The 2018 International Residential Code (IRC) does not require you to remove the existing deck material prior to installation of a new sheathing substrate except in very unusual circumstances where the existing roof framing is inadequate. Roof replacements do require the removal of all existing layers of roof covering (shingles).
Yes, per IRC section R905.2.8.5 drip edge is required for asphalt shingle installations. Drip edge must be installed in accordance with the manufacturers’ installation instructions.
If the chimney measures more than 30 inches wide, perpendicular to the slope, then a cricket is required per the IRC section R903.2.2.
All requirements of the code are enforced and in effect even if a specific permit or inspection are not required.
No, currently it is not specifically required by code unless mandated by a shingle manufacturers’ installation instructions for certain applications.
Yes, multiple code approved options are available per IRC section R905 for asphalt installations.
Urban Forestry is stewardship of the local environment through planning for and management of trees growing throughout a city. These trees may include individuals or groups of trees growing in locations such as residential areas, street right-of-ways, park land, around businesses, on undeveloped lots, or really anywhere that trees might grow within an urban area. Another major component of urban forestry is education about and advocacy for the many environmental, economic, health, and social benefits that trees and natural ecosystems provide.
For information about Urban Forestry in Edmond, view the links below:
The Urban Forestry Department offers a tree consultation service for people who live inside Edmond City Limits. To inquire about visiting on site with an Edmond urban forester, call Leigh at 359-4759 or Jesse at 359-4739.
Newly planted trees often experience “transplant shock”, or stress caused by root disturbance at planting and adjustment to the new growing environment. Transplant shock may be avoided by ensuring that resources are readily available during those first few years while the tree is getting established in its new location. Here are a few tips to help your tree make it to establishment:
To learn more maintenance tips for trees, view Tips for Growing Healthy Trees.
Any trees growing outside of the public right-of-way are not eligible for tree work administered by the city, except through the CDBG Neighborwoods program. However, the Urban Forestry Department has a program for assisting with high risk tree issues on street trees, or trees with the trunk originating within the public right-of-way. To inquire about this program, call Leigh at 359-4759 or Jesse at 359-4739.
Participants in the Foster-A-Tree program must meet the following requirements:
Please view Foster-A-Tree for more information and to fill out the online registration form if you are eligible.
The City of Edmond does not currently require permits for pruning or removal of trees on residential properties. However, property owners are responsible for trees on their property, as well as in the right-of-way adjacent to their property. Provisions about maintenance responsibility for trees within the City may be found in Title 2, Chapter 92.
While the City cannot recommend specific vendors, the Urban Forestry Department recommends hiring only trained tree care professionals for tree issues. When choosing a tree care professional, the following are recommended:
The City of Edmond offers multiple opportunities for free trees throughout the year. See below for more information:
Edmond Electric performs routine pruning on trees around utility lines. However, they do not prune trees for private service lines. For questions about utility pruning, contact Jesse Martin at 359-4739.
The City does not regulate tree management on private property.
Urban Forestry offers multiple programs which promote community engagement. See below for some of the ways you can participate in enhancing Edmond’s urban forest:
To report outages or downed wires call (405) 359-4655. Please do not dial 9-1-1 for outage information or to report power outages. Or report a power outage online here.
The fee to initiate service is $25. The fee to transfer services is $50.00 ($25.00 per service address). Service orders are completed on the next business day. Visit the Utility Fee Schedule page to learn more.
Yes, visit the Sustainability Page to find energy-saving tips here.
The EmsaCare Ambulance Program provides you and permanent residents of your household emergency ambulance service through EMSA. More information can be viewed here.
Yes, we do have a program that will allow you to pay approximately the same amount each month. This plan is a rolling 12-month average that levels out the higher bills that occur during months of high electricity and water use. Residential customers who have been at the same address for the previous 12 months and have a $0 balance can enroll by completing the form here.
Utility Customer Service Meter Readers physically read your meter(s) on a schedule date each month. If you want to know the meter reading schedule for your home or business, please contact Utility Customer Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (405) 359-4541. For information on how to read your own meter,
You will want to check your water valves to assure that they are in the open position. Following the check of your water valves and you still have no water, please contact Utility Customer Service at email@example.com or call (405) 359-4541.
Office hours are Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. During this time if you need to speak with a Utility Customer Service Representative you can call (405) 359-4541 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All Edmond utility services are provided at very competitive rates and in compliance with all State and Federal standards. View Rate Sheet.
You can always use City-Coded trash bags for the occasional extra trash load but if you find your trash cart is overflowing each week it might be less expensive to request an additional trash cart(s) for $7.00 each month per cart, if available. Contact Utility Customer Service at email@example.com or call (405) 359-4541 for assistance.
You can find out when your solid waste is collected by entering your address here. This Address Locator will tell you when your solid waste and recycling is collected as well as provide a link to a printable recycling calendar.
You can find out when your recycling is collected by entering in your address here. This Address Locator will tell you when your solid waste and recycling is collected as well as provide a link to a printable recycling calendar.
Please visit our Flush Meters webpage for more information.
Yes. However, flush meters do not have a standard water hose connection. For more information, including rates and deposit amounts, please visit our Flush Meters webpage.