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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)
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:
If you are concerned about the welfare of the animal, please call the City of Edmond Animal Welfare Department at (405) 216-7615.
You may call the pro shop to schedule a tee time or book your tee times online.
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 Records Office is open Monday through Friday from 7 am to 7 pm. For additional questions, please contact the Records Office at (405) 359-4420. Request Records
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 stationery bikes only and no pool. However, the YMCA located next door to our building is equipped with a pool.
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: