Oklahoma City to open Outreach Office for homeowners impacted by the tornado
The City of Oklahoma City will open a “Resident Outreach Office” on Monday, June 3 to assist citizens whose homes were affected by the May 20 tornado with the rebuilding process. The outreach office is located in the Business Development Center at the South Penn Campus of the Moore Norman Technology Center, 13301 South Penn. The Business Development Center is a stand-alone building on campus.
Office hours are 9am – 6pm, Monday through Friday. The office will remain open as long as necessary.
City of Oklahoma City staff will provide the following services:
• Debris removal information
• Demolition permitting
• Building permit and plan review guidance
• Provide general information about City services
Oklahoma City homeowners and renters whose homes were severely damaged or destroyed should call the Oklahoma City Storm Debris Line at 297-1030 to get details about debris removal and demolition services. Approximately 457 Oklahoma City homes were destroyed and 203 sustained major damage by the tornado. “Our priority is to help south Oklahoma City residents get back into homes and regain some sense of normalcy in their lives,” Ward 5 Councilman David Greenwell said. “The easier we can make reconstruction process for our residents the better.” For more information, log on to www.okc.gov.