The City of Broken Arrow is the fourth largest city in the state and provides various services to an estimated population of 112,000 spread out over 55 square miles.

Trash/refuse service is currently provided to residential customers twice weekly.

Beginning in fall 2020, Broken Arrow will transfer all current trash customers to curbside cart collection. This change will eliminate the one time use plastic bags, and introduce curbside recycling.

The Broken Arrow Municipal Authority (BAMA), which is comprised of the five City Councilors and oversees the City’s Sanitation service, unanimously approved adopting a curbside recycling program for Broken Arrow refuse customers at its Nov. 5, 2019, meeting. 

Information about the decision can be found here.

Routes for sanitation crews will change to adapt to the new system. New routes and pickup days for customers will be announced in late summer. 

More information about specifics of the program can be found Trash and Recycling tabs.