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You can also email the street address and description of the problem and an Animal Control officer will respond.
If you live outside Claremore city limits, call the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office at (918) 341-3535.
Claremore Animal Control does not provide service to county residents.
Call Claremore Animal Control at (918) 341-1260 or the Police Department at (918) 341-1212.
If the animal is wild, Animal Control officers will set a trap. If the animal is domesticated, Animal Control officers will check with the owner to determine if the animal is current on its rabies vaccination.
If the animal is not current on its rabies vaccination, it will be transported to a licensed vet for a ten-day observation. If the animal has to be killed, the head will need to be sent off for rabies testing.
All funerals and burials require 24-hour notice to the cemetery office. For Saturdays, the office must be notified by Thursday at noon.
For more information, call (918) 341-7530.
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If the animal is not spayed or neutered, the cost of the license is $20 and is good for the life of the pet.
You must provide proof of current vaccination at the time the license is purchased.
No, this a service provided by Rogers County. You must get a marriage license at the County Court Clerk’s Office, located at 200 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd, Claremore. For more information, call (918) 923-4961.
The total sales tax rate charged within the city limits of Claremore is 9.333%. Of this, 4.5% goes to the State of Oklahoma, 1.833% goes to Rogers County and the remaining 3% is allocated to the City of Claremore.
You will need to furnish current identification and proof of current address (such as Oklahoma driver’s license, printed check, voter registration card, or current utility bill).
Any minor child wanting to apply for a library card must have a parent or legal guardian with them.
Yes, the Library has Summer Reading Programs for all ages held each June & July. Participants must have a current library card. For more information, visit the Summer Reading Program event page on the website May-July.
The City has a maintenance contract with a line clearance company to clear the City’s electric lines. Urban lines (those within the city limits) are currently on a three-year cycle to be trimmed and the rural lines (outside the city limits) are on a five-year trim cycle.
All reported concerns are entered into a computer and assessed by city staff. You can check the status of a reported concern by calling the utility office at (918) 341-0456.
1. Infants should be in rear-facing infant or convertible seats from birth to at least one year and 20 pounds.
2. Toddlers should be in forward-facing car seats or convertible seats from at least one year and 20 lbs to around four years and 40 pounds.
3. Booster seats are for children up to age six. (Height and weight recommendations vary for different seat manufacturers, so always check the seat instructions and vehicle owners manual).
4. Seat belts should be worn by all children and adults taller than 4'9" and more than 70-80 pounds.
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NHTSA recommends that child safety seats do not automatically need to be replaced following a minor crash.
Minor crashes are those that meet ALL of the following criteria:
The vehicle was able to be driven away from the crash site;
The vehicle door nearest the safety seat was undamaged;
There were no injuries to any of the vehicle occupants;
The air bags (if present) did not deploy; AND
There is no visible damage to the safety seat.
Clarifying the need for child seat replacement will reduce the number of children unnecessarily riding without a child safety seat while a replacement seat is being acquired, and the number of children who will have to ride without a child seat if a seat were discarded and not replaced. The clarification will also reduce the financial burden of unnecessary replacement.
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As a result, the stormwater flows over these impervious surfaces and picks up many toxic chemicals from motor oil, lead from auto exhaust, and zinc from roof drains and tires. Stormwater may also contain fertilizer, pesticides, leaves and grass clippings, sediment, bacteria, viruses, and other disease-causing microorganisms can abound in storm water that carries pet waste and litter. These chemicals may kill or impair the health of aquatic life. They make waterways unsafe for swimming and other types of water recreation.
If it is after hours or on a weekend or holiday, call police dispatch at (918) 341-1212.
In case of emergency after hours or on a weekend or holiday, call police dispatch at (918) 341-1212.
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If it is an emergency after hours or on a weekend or holiday, call police dispatch at (918) 341-1212.
If you notice that this disc is broken or missing, please call the Utility office at (918) 341-0456.
Call (918) 341-2317 if you need to have your water turned off.