Area city street departments will be helping you get rid of storm debris.
Below is information about what you can do to get rid of your limbs depending on where you live.
The City of Tulsa will be picking up storm debris beginning Monday.
Cut your limbs to a maximum length of four feet and leave them at the curb.
It may take a few days to get to your pile, so if you want it gone now you can take it to the City's Greenway site at East 56th Street North seven days a week from 8 until 4.
The City of Owasso will pick up storm debris Monday through Friday next week.
Place your debris curbside and call the Public Works Department at 918-272-4959 for pick-up.
Or you can drop off your debris at the Owasso Recycling Center.
The City of Broken Arrow will be picking up storm debris beginning Monday.
Cut your limbs to a maximum length of eight feet and leave them at the curb.
Then call 918-259-8373 to schedule a pick-up.
Debris pick-up in BA is expected to take up to three weeks.
If you live in Jenks you'll take your debris to Park West off Main Street beginning Monday.
Cut your limbs to a maximum length of six feet.
The dumping area will be open through August 4th.
Sand Springs is offering a special "chipper day" Saturday, July 27th.
You can bring your storm debris today until 2 PM to the City Division at 21st between Adams and Murrow.
Bring your utility bill with you.
Another "chipper day" will be held August 3rd.