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City Offices Closed, Some Services Canceled For MLK Holiday

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Several city of Tulsa offices and services are closed Monday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

City hall and all city offices will not open in observance of the holiday. Critical operations will continue, and residents who have an emergency water or sewer problem can call 596-9488.

There's no disruption to trash collection this week. All routes will run as scheduled.

The city's green waste site at 10401 E. 56th St. North is closed Monday and will reopen Tuesday.

Tulsa Park recreation centers are closed along with the city animal shelter. Gilcrease Museum and the Tulsa PAC are also closed in observance.

Mohawk Park Golf Course, Page Belcher Golf Course and the Tulsa Zoo are all open. Tulsa Transit buses will run their normal routes.

 

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