Storm Debris Responsibilities

OG&E Storm Debris Graphic

Please see the graphic for info from OG&E regarding storm debris responsibilities on your property


Midwest City has existing services that can be utilized to deal with storm debris. At this time, residents are encouraged to use these services:

  • Midwest City Compost Facility (info below)
  • Quarterly Bulk Waste Collection (info below)
  • East Oak Landfill (info below)

All customers throughout the community should understand that vegetative debris could possibly stay on the curb longer than usual, allowing sanitation crews to respond to this community-wide event.

Quarterly Bulk Waste Collection is the most convenient way for residents to dispose of storm debris on their property. Residents can see their next scheduled pick-up by visiting the Quarterly Bulk Waste page at

Midwest City’s Compost Facility gives our residents a free, nearby location to drop damaged tree limbs or vegetative debris. The Compost Facility is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and is located at 7420 NE 36th St. More details can be found on our Compost Facility page at Proof of residency is required.

East Oak Landfill access is also available to Midwest City residents, but not for free. Residents are charged the City’s discounted rate depending on the size of the load. To get the discounted rate, proof of residency is required. See our East Oak Landfill page at for details.