City of Tulsa Water Station Update – 4 p.m.
List updated: February 23, 5 p.m.
Starting today, certain Tulsa Parks and Tulsa County Parks Rec Centers will be available for water pick up. Various other water stations are available throughout the City’s service area.
Tulsa Parks Community Centers
A few pallets with water bottles are being delivered to various Tulsa Parks Community Centers. Pallets are available today and tomorrow during community center hours while supplies last. Residents are asked to call ahead to check on supplies. Hours for each community center can be found online.
- Centennial Park Central Center - 1028 E. 6th St.
- Chamberlain Jane A. Malone Center - 4940 N. Frankfort Ave.
- Hicks Park Community Center - 3443 S. Mingo Rd.
- Lacy Park Community Center - 2134 N. Madison Pl.
- Reed Park Community Center - 4233 S. Yukon Ave.
- Whiteside Park Community Center - 4009 S. Pittsburgh Ave.
Tulsa County Recreation Centers
Additionally, pallets with water bottles are being delivered to three Tulsa County Recreation Centers. Pallets are available today and tomorrow during rec center hours while supplies last. Before showing up, please check with the rec center on their hours and whether they still have supplies.
- O’Brien Park Rec Center - 6149 N. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK – (918) 591-6008
- South County Recreation Center - 13800 S. Peoria Ave., Glenpool, OK – (918) 746-3780
- Bixby Community Center - 211 N. Cabaniss Ave., Bixby, OK – (918) 366-4841
Tulsa Expo Square Exchange Center - 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- To access the Exchange Center, enter from Gate 3 and proceed northeast – parking with be available south of the building and residents are asked to enter the South Main Lobby
Tulsa Fire Stations - 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- If you’re at a fire station, please be patient, as many firefighters are working on high levels of calls for service
Berryhill Fire Station - 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Berryhill Fire has also stepped up to provide water to those who need it. Water is available daily at the Berryhill Fire Department from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Tulsa County residents who are homebound and have their water shut off due to emergency service issues can call 211 and the “Be a Neighbor” organization will deliver water to their home.