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Dogs and cats that have been kept at the animal shelter more than three days are eligible for adoption. Adults 18 years of age or older can adopt animals by presenting a valid driver’s license or government issued identification. The adoption fee for cats is $70 and the fee for dogs is $85, this includes a city license and microchip. This fee covers the cost of spaying or neutering, vaccinations and a general health examination. The City arranges for these services with a veterinary provider. Animals for adoption can be viewed at the shelter during regular staffing hours. Adoptable animals are also posted on social media.
The Sand Springs Animal Welfare Facility is located at 8620 W. 21st Street (a half mile east of the intersection or Morrow Road and Adams Road on 21st Street). The facility is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Unless emergency or other circumstances occur, an officer is available during those times for citizen visits and adoptions. If no officer is at the facility during regular staffing hours, call the police department’s non-emergency number, 918-245-8777. An officer will come to the shelter as soon as one is available. You can also contact us on our Facebook Page. (3) Sand Springs Animal Welfare | Facebook
All pets over 6 mos. of age must be spayed/neutered unless a hobbyist permit is obtained. When outdoors, dogs must be kept in a fenced and gated yard – with the fence and gate height sufficient to contain the dog. Dogs can also be kept in an open yard on a leash not to exceed eight feet to allow for exercise and play. Under no circumstance may a leash extend beyond a property line. Dogs must be kept on a leash while being walked. Although there is no leash or containment requirement for cats, owners are responsible to assure that their cats do not become a nuisance to neighbors.
Note: The Sand Springs Municipal Court has previously ruled that Invisible or Electric fencing may be adequate for the requirement of keeping dogs contained. If animals are not sufficiently contained by the Invisible or Electronic fence and an animal leaves the premises, the owner may still be found in violation of City Ordinance 6.08.070 Dogs to be Kept Confined in Yard, Pen or on Leash or 6.08.080 Nuisance.
City ordinance requires that dogs and cats be licensed. The license fee is $10 and good as long as the animal resides in the city limits. A license tag is issued that can be affixed to the animal's collar. This can assist in locating the animal should it stray or become lost. Licenses can be procured at the Animal Control Facility located at 8620 W 21st St.
Please use these resources to find your pet a new home.
Home - Home to Home Animal Adoption
Rehoming Your Pet – Rehome by Adopt-a-Pet.com (adoptapet.com)
PawBoost Lost and Found Pets - Find and Report Lost Pets Nationwide
Yes. The EMSA Total Care program does not provide benefits for non-emergency transports without a physician certification statement. Also, repetitive transports for services such as dialysis, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy are not included. EMSA Total Care does not cover non-emergency transports to and from doctors' offices, dentists' offices, physical therapy centers, and other facilities. Transports outside of EMSA's service area are also not included. It's a good idea to call EMSA at (918) 396-2888 to discuss eligibility before requesting non-emergency service.
Like all cities and counties in Oklahoma with building permit and inspection processes, Sand Springs has adopted the 2015 International Codes Council code series for building construction and trade work, and 2014 National Electrical Code, as adopted and amended by the Oklahoma Uniform Building Codes Commission. A code set is available for public viewing in the Neighborhood Services office during normal business hours. To view the OUBCC amendments, go to www.ok.gov/oubcc/. The only local amendment requires installation of backwater valves on all building drain sewer connections.
The goal of the Zoning Code is to create a diverse community with compatible land uses that safeguard the public’s health, safety, peace, morals, comfort, convenience, prosperity, order, and general welfare.
The Board of Adjustment, in granting a Special Exception, may set conditions and safeguards as necessary and may also limit the Special Exception to a specified period of time. Additional measures may also be required to assure compliance with the conditions.
Once approved, applicants have up to two years to implement the use requested or obtain a building permit and initiate construction.
You will need to bring proof of current/valid Insurance, current vehicle registration/title and state issued identification to the Billie A. Hall Public Safety Center located at 602 W. Morrow Road. You may speak with a Dispatcher or Records Clerk to obtain a release for your vehicle. Once you have the release bring it to the responsible towing service, pay any storage costs and pick up your vehicle.
Yes. Sand Springs Police Department maintains a municipal jail located in the Billie A. Hall Public safety Center located at 602 W. Morrow Road. Inmates are housed here for Municipal Charges or held while awaiting transfer to a County Facility.
Yes, please contact the Sand Springs Police Departments Property Officer at 918-246-2500 EXT. 2542 to see if your item was found.