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Visit our Special Events page for information.
Our Special Events Resources Guide can help you determine if you need to submit a permit application.
To access an online collision report, you will need to provide the following:
Driver's last name Date of the collision Collision report number Ability to pay $8.50 for the report
Follow these instructions: -On the left navigation bar, click "Purchase A Report" -Click on Oklahoma within the map of the United States -Click on "Broken Arrow Police Department" -Enter driver's last name, accident date, and accident report number -Pay for the report and save and print it
For most collisions, reports will generally be available online within three (3) business days after the date of the collision. TRACView
By Mail - Send request, Check/Money Order, & Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope: BAPD Records Dept1101 N. 6th St.Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Wagoner CountyTo obtain an emergency protective order, you must go to the Wagoner County Courthouse at 307 E. Cherokee St in Wagoner. You may go Monday-Friday anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
If an emergency protective order is granted, the Judge will schedule a hearing date approximately ten days from the date the order was issued. The order will not be valid until the other party has been served with the emergency protective order. You should carry a copy of the order with you at all times.
Additional information on disturbing the peace can be found on the Municode site; go to Municipal Ordinance Chapter 16 Section 16-12.
Additional information on the curfew law can be found on the Municode site; go to Municipal Ordinance Chapter 16 Section 16-21.
Additionally, without proper safeguards, structures would be built over building lines, over utility easements and into the rights-of-way. What would happen if your house was built over the sanitary sewer main and the main needed repair? What would happen if your pool was built over the sanitary or storm sewer, and your contractor punched a hole in the line? Or, what if you were installing a foundation or pool over a gas line or buried electrical lines and the equipment damaged the lines? The results of doing so could be disastrous and cost people their lives.
The building code ensures compliance with life-safety requirements and basic construction standards, which in turn safeguards the lives of people.
Because of the obvious differences in the various land uses, the City of Broken Arrow has adopted a comprehensive plan and zoning code to protect and safeguard the community. When someone violates the zoning code (for example, a patio cover built over a designated building line setback), the City Neighborhood Improvement Section (formerly Code Enforcement) will respond to complaints and work to bring the offending property into compliance with the code.
Typical actions by the City include investigating and confirming the violations, researching ownership information, providing official notification to the property owner and/or occupant of the violations, and issuing criminal citations for non-compliance.