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Nixle is a Community Information Service dedicated to helping you stay connected to the information that matters most to you, depending on your physical location. You stay connected to your local police department, your children’s schools, your local community agencies and organizations, and the important information from other locations throughout the country that are relevant to you. Our service is built on the most secure, reliable, and high-speed distribution platform, ensuring that you receive trusted and immediate, geographically relevant information. Information is immediately available over your cell phone by text message, by email, and over the web. Your account can be customized so you receive the information that matters most to you. Whether it is where you live, work, or have friends or family throughout the country, the information is immediately available to you over your mobile phone, email and computer.
Only authenticated agencies and community organizations can securely publish information. There are four types of messages; Alerts (many would refer to this as an emergency type alert), Advisories (less urgent need-to-know information), Community Information (day-to-day neighborhood to community-level information), Traffic (very localized traffic information).
Anyone can view information by going to www.nixle.com without registering. However, to customize the information you receive and the locations you receive it from, in addition to receiving information by text message and/or email you must set up an account. Once registered you can personalize your locations and your preferences, making the service fit your needs.
We ask for routine information in the registration process. First set-up a user name and password. Then enter your address or closest cross-street. Then choose where you want to receive your information, whether by text over your mobile device or e-mail. Add as many locations as you would like at no additional cost. It’s that simple!
No. However, the strength of the Nixle system is the delivery of real-time messages when you’re on the go. The best way to stay up-to-date with important information that could affect you and your family is to receive notifications by e-mail and mobile device.
Sprint often disables access to all short codes (5 and 6 digit phone numbers) from their handsets. If you are a Sprint customer, and you receive a message such as “Message Failed. Shortcode may have expired or shortcode texting may be disabled,” you may need to contact Sprint to enable your phone to send and receive messages from short codes. Nixle uses the 888777 short code to send you timely messages. Nixle does not charge for this service, but carrier message and data rates may apply. You may contact Sprint by dialing *2 on your cell phone or visiting www.sprint.com.
T-Mobile often disables access to all short codes (5 and 6 digit phone numbers) from their handsets. If you are a T-Mobile customer, and you receive a message such as “Message Failed. Shortcode may have expired or shortcode texting may be disabled,” you may need to contact T-Mobile to enable your phone to send and receive messages from short codes. Nixle uses the 888777 short code to send you timely messages. Nixle does not charge for this service, but carrier message and data rates may apply. You may contact T-Mobile by dialing 611 on your cell phone or visiting www.tmobile.com.
With your $40/month MetroPCS, you will not receive messages from shortcodes, such as 888777. To upgrade to a $45/month plan, please contact MetroPCS to upgrade your service.
Information shared by users with Nixle is stored on a secure server in a secure facility. The company does not sell personal information to third parties. The privacy of your personal information is extremely important to us.
You initially enter one address to begin the registration process. Once registered, you can click on “Locations” and add as many additional addresses (locations) as you would like at no cost.
If you can access your e-mail or the Internet, you can access Nixle messages anywhere in the world. You will also receive messages on your mobile device while overseas. Some mobile provider plans charge extra for overseas text messages; you may want to log in and change your preferences prior to international travel.
No. Currently the service is only available with United States phone numbers.
This will vary depending on the number of notifications published. The service is simple to change SMS (Text) and email options.
You can limit the number of SMS (text) messages by adjusting the type of messages you receive. You can opt out of any service except public safety Urgent and Important messages. For example, you can choose to receive Urgent and Important messages on your mobile device and e-mail and community news in just your e-mail.
Nixle goes through an extensive identity certification and authentication process before authorizing any agency or organization to publish information into the service.
No. However, if you wish to share a crime tip or information with the agency that sent you the message, contact details can be found by accessing the alert online.
Go to the resident log-in or agency log-in. Look for “Need My Password”. Click on it and enter your e-mail address. A new password will be sent to you immediately.
Log in and click “Account.” On the “Account” page, click on “Change My Password” and follow the instructions.
Please send all consumer support questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send all general inquiries to email@example.com.
Log in here and click “Settings.” There you can adjust which messages you receive and on which device(s) you receive them. You also have the option to eliminate all SMS messages under the “Account” tab. Should you wish to completely unsubscribe, simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your desire to do so. You will be encouraged to review your settings prior to discontinuing service. Even after unsubscribing, you can still view Nixle information in real-time by visiting www.nixle.com.
Bixhoma Lake is open for operation from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. excluding certain special events, holidays and weather conditions. If the gate at the entrance is closed, then going beyond this point in any manner makes the violator subject to criminal prosecution.
A boating or fishing license cost is $5/daily or $15/annually. There is no charge for ages 65+ and for children age 11 years old and under. However, it is necessary for all ages to obtain the appropriate license. Licenses can be picked up Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Police Department can no longer issue these permits.
Section 7-6D-8(E), regarding swimming,
“State Law Compliance; Wading, Swimming, Etc., Prohibited: All fishing on Lake Bixhoma or from the banks thereof shall be either from the bank or from a boat meeting the requirements of the state laws. No wading, swimming, bathing or skiing shall be permitted. (1993 Code § 18-100)”
Also, Section 7-6C-5(Q)
No person shall swim or wade in any lagoon, lake, fountain or other waters in any park area or facility, without the written consent of the city manager or the director, except in swimming, wading or spray pools, ground sprays, ground splash park features or water slides constructed for such activities or areas specifically designated for such activities. Further, no person shall swim or wade in any pool at any time when the pool is not open to the public. Any person violating this subsection shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor offense, punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars ($500.00), excluding costs, fees and assessments.
7-6D-8: FISHING :
black (largemouth or spotted) bass, which shall be no less than fourteen inches (14″) in length, Limit 6 per day
Catfish – Leave 14 inches and under – Limit 5 per day
Crappie – Leave 10 inches and under – Limit 5 per day
As to other species, size, limit and bag limits, limits of the state regulations shall apply. (Ord. 2142, 9-22-2014)
To submit a request complete the Traffic Enforcement Request Form.
Yes. The curfew for individuals under 18 years of age is between 12 p.m. to 6 a.m., all nights of the week. Refer to the City Ordinance 5-5C-6: Curfew for Minors website, for further information.
Yes, contact your nearest Fire Station to ensure a technician is on duty.
Contact us by submitting the Request a Tour of the Police Department online form and someone will contact you about making an appointment.
Call 911 immediately anytime there is an emergency or you feel your safety or health is threatened. If you have an issue that is not an emergency you may contact Bixby Fire Department at 918-366-0438 or the Bixby Police Department at 918-366-8294.
Emergency 911, Communications and Patrol Division are Staffed 24 hours a day; 7 Days a week including holidays.
Animal Control, Records and other Divisions are generally staffed from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Contact the Bixby Communications at 918-366-8294. If your animal was being held you will have to contact with Court Clerks Office at 918-366-4430, Monday through Friday during regular business hours to obtain a release. You will have to have current proof of rabies vaccination from a certified veterinarian to obtain the release.
Contact the Bixby Communications Division at 918-366-8294 or, complete our Watch Order Request online form.
Releasing of a any report is conducted by the Records Divisions, learn more by visiting the Records Division page.
The Bixby Police Department currently officers digital fingerprinting to the public. The cost for residents for $5 and $20 for non-residents. Contact the Communications Divisions at 918-366-8294 prior to coming to the station for this service.
To file a complaint against a Police Officer or employee you may contact the Police Shift Supervisor at 918-366-8294 and they can help you with the complaint process. In addition you may download and complete the Formal Citizen Personnel Complaint Form (PDF) and turn it in at the Bixby Police Department:
Internal Affairs116 W Needles StreetBixby OK, 74008
The form will be required to be notarized prior to an investigation being conducted.
Information above is referenced from http://www.tulsacountydistrictcourt.org/protectiveorders.html
To obtain an emergency protective order, you can go to the:
You must arrive there before Family Relations on the Second floor of the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 S Denver in Tulsa the Family Relations. You must arrive there between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. for the 11 a.m. docket or between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. for the 3 p.m. docket. You may also call 918-742-7480 with further questions, or visit the Tulsa County District Court Protective Orders page.
To obtain an emergency protective order, you must go to the Wagoner County Courthouse at:307 E Cherokee StreetWagone, OK 74467
You may go Monday-Friday anytime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Note: If an emergency protective order is granted, the Judge will schedule a hearing date approximately ten days from the date the order was issued. The order will not be valid until the other party has been served with the emergency protective order. You should carry a copy of the order with you at all times.