City News

Posted on: December 1, 2017

Keep Your Neighborhood Safe and Homes Junk-Free


“Community Pride Campaign focus for December”


Keep Your Neighborhood Safe and Homes Junk-Free


Properly dispose of household and vehicle waste


Unkempt houses and broken-down vehicles degrade the neighborhood and may pose a safety hazard to you and your neighbors. During the month of December, please do your part to repair your home and fix, or remove, non-working cars from your property to help keep Guymon looking great.


Keeping Guymon clean and well kept, improves property values, encourages businesses to come to Guymon, and makes it a more desirable place to live. When these things occur, jobs are created and the City increases revenue to help with infrastructure improvements. 


It is against Oklahoma state statute for residential structures to remain in a dilapidated state. This includes holes in the roof, foundational decay, and sagging roofs in danger of collapse.


Household Material Disposal


If you have unwanted household waste, Guymon’s Transfer Station at 3133 Road T is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The Transfer Station offers easy and convenient disposal free of charge to Guymon residents for residential wastes.  Acceptable materials include household appliances, mattresses, furniture or common household waste up to 1,000 pounds.  Reasonable fees are charged for commercial and residential wastes over 1,000 lbs.


Vehicle Parts Disposal


Did you know that 95% of a vehicle is recyclable? Not only will recycling your junk cars help your property look better, it’ll make Guymon look better, too. The Guymon Transfer Station will dispose of truck, tractor and passenger vehicle tires for a minimal fee.  There are many agencies that will accept old vehicles as a donation or they may be salvaged at the salvage yard of your choice.


Residents are encouraged to call 580-338-3396 with any concerns or to report code violations.   Please help us maintain Guymon as a great place to live. 








 

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