The City of Pryor Creek Street Department is responsible for the management, maintenance of streets, alleys, culverts, and their associated systems. Related job duties include snow removal, ice control, and repairs to maintain roadway conditions within approved pavement management critieria. Street Maintenance exists to provide safe, well drained, durable streets, effective pavement management and responsive emergency services to all citizens of Pryor Creek and their visitors.
In case or chance of bad weather, the Street Department will have two crews; one during the day and one at night. Their duty is to help keep the water flowing as it should and to barricade off flooded areas as well as keep the debris clear off the streets for Emergency Personnel.
In case or chance of Winter weather such as ice or snow, the Street Department will have two crews; one during the day and one at night. Their duty is to either plow or salt and sand slick areas to help with the flow of traffic and Emergency Personnel. Snow Routes Map Snow Routes
The City's street sweeper is used for multiple purposes. The main purpose is to keep debris off the City streets such as leaves and dirt and to help make the City more attractive. It is also used to remove leaves and dirt from the drainage ditches and storm water inlet boxes to insure the water can flow freely during times of heavy rain.
We are no longer picking up brush unless it pertains to FEMA.
Free Brush Dump Days
The City provides free brush dump days each month.
Where: South of town at Pryor Waste and Recycling (2657 S 430 Rd)
When: The first and third Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the residents of Pryor Creek.
How: Residents must present their Municipal Utility Bill to prove residency within the City of Pryor Creek.
All tree trimming businesses are required to pay a fee at the sanitation office (Pryor Waste and Recyling) before dumping their brush.
Warning: No lumber or trash is allowed at the brush dump. Violators will be banned from future use.
It is against City Ordinance to mow or blow your grass/leaves into the streets or drainage ditches. It impedes the flow of water and if the debris makes it to the creeks or lakes , it takes the oxygen out of the water and could kill the fish. Violators will be asked to clean up and can potentially be fined. Those who have their yards professionaly maintained by lawn services are responsible for making sure the lawn service disposes of the debris properly. Ultimately, the homeowner is responsible for the leaves/grass that comes from their yard.
This is where the Street Department will update the citizens of any future & completed projects.
Update from Street Superintendent: 4/1/17
Sidewalk repair on North Oklahoma, and Eastmanor
The Street Department's daily work schedule is comprised of daily Work Orders. Work orders keep a record of our day to day work agenda. Work Orders are given by the Street Superintendent and Mayor.
We feel communication between the public and the Street Department is very important especially because we are uable to travel every section of the City on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact us with your questions or concerns with water drainage, potholes etc. We aim to serve YOU better.
City of Pryor Creek Street Department
6 North Taylor
Street Superintendent Buddy Glenn email@example.com
Assistant Street Superintendent Bobby Spurlock firstname.lastname@example.org