Anyone who lives in our area undoubtedly already has an Oklahoma emergency contact list. But what about those situations that aren’t quite emergencies, but still require urgent attention? We’ve compiled this resource to assist the residents of Oklahoma City and Tulsa who may need assistance, but may not be sure where to turn. For example, for information on how to properly store household cleaning products and other chemicals, The Oklahoma Poison Control Center offers information, as well as a hotline for suspected poisoning situations.
In addition, residents may encounter situations that require police assistance, but aren’t dire enough to warrant calling 911. That’s where police non-emergency numbers can come in handy. And who do you call if you find an injured wild animal on your property? It may be something your city’s animal control department may not be able to address, and you need professional wildlife removal.
Whatever the situation, we hope you’ll find a helpful resource here.
Hefner Briefing Station3924 NW 122nd Street
Santa Fe Briefing Station9000 S. Santa Fe Ave.
Springlake Briefing Station4116 N. Prospect
Will Rogers Briefing Station3112 N. Grand Blvd.
Oklahoma City-County Department of Health921 NE 23rd Street
Oklahoma City Animal Welfare2811 Southeast 29th Street
Headquarters600 Civic Center
Mingo Valley Division10122 E. 11th St.
Riverside Division7515 S. Riverside Dr.
TPD Training Academy6066 E. 66th St. N.
Gilcrease Division3436 N. Delaware Avenue
Tulsa City-County Health DepartmentJames O. Goodwin Health Center
City of Tulsa Animal Welfare3031 North Erie Avenue
Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management2401 Lincoln Blvd – Suite C51
Oklahoma Poison Control Center940 NE 13th Street, Rm 3N3510