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City of Sand Springs alerts residents and volunteers on next steps
Sand Springs, OK- City of Sand Springs crews are currently out in the community
assessing storm damage after last night’s dangerous weather ripped through town.
“There are a lot of eager volunteers in the community wanting to help our residents pick up
the pieces,” said City Manager, Elizabeth Gray. “We are asking everyone to please stick to
the sidewalks and neighborhoods for safety purposes as we determine what damage has
City Hall is open along with main city offices around town. River City Park remains closed
due to damage and park visitors are asked to please stay clear as crews check for power
line safety hazards and debris damage.
City water lines are running and PSO is working to restore service to homes in the area.
“We are thankful for the outpouring of care from our area neighbors as we work through
this disaster,” says Gray. “It is evident there is a lot of pride in our community here in Sand
For those interested in making donations to families in need, the Salvation Army in Sand
Springs is accepting drop-off donations at their site located at 4403 S. 129th W. Ave. Sand
Springs, OK 74063. Accepted donations include: Water and Powerade bottles, individually
wrapped snack items and toiletries. Please call 918-245-2237 for more information from
the Salvation Army.