Leaders with the City of Tulsa say they're just beginning the process of cleaning up debris after the overnight storm.
Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett says they quickly came up with a plane to get the tree limbs picked up after record breaking winds blew into the area.
Mayor Bartlett asks the public to call 918-596-2100 to report tree debris.
Information on debris removal plan from City of Tulsa below:
A special curbside debris removal operation will begin Monday, July 29, beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing to 5 p.m. on weekdays. Crews will make one pass throughout the city to gather residential tree debris from last night’s storm, if it is placed at the curb.
If able, residents should cut tree debris into 4-foot or smaller sections, and place those bundles at the curb for crews to collect. This may speed the process of collection across the city.
If unable, residents must drag limbs to the curb for pickup.
The regular schedule for the collection of bagged greenwaste will be interrupted during this operation, and will only resume once crews have made a full sweep through the entire city.
Crews will use both City of Tulsa greenwaste trucks and grappler trucks to pick up debris. Crews will only pick up debris set at the curb, near the street, where it is easily accessible. Tree debris should not be mixed with other kinds of debris. If there is housing, roofing or structural debris of any kind mixed in, the greenwaste will not be picked up.
Residents are asked to keep parked cars away from debris stacked near the curbs so that grappler trucks can access the debris easily.
The operation will begin on the outer perimeters of the city, working into the center where the storm damage was heaviest. This will allow residents in those areas more time to get greenwaste debris to the curb. Once crews begin working, they will assess the situation and announce an anticipated timeline for pickup as they move inward.