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Upcoming Events

Mar 30, 2019

LOCATION:     Household Pollutant Collection Facility
                        4502 S. Galveston, Tulsa
TIME:               8:00am - 2:00pm

Acceptable Items:  fluorescent & CFL lightbulbs; oil based paints & thinners; lawn chemicals; batteries; cleaners, aerosols & flammable liquids; automotive fluids.
Special Acceptable Items (this event only):  tires, e-waste, medications, ammunition.

FREE household pollutant disposal up to 60 pounds (tires, e-waste, medication & ammunition not included in weight limit)
$21 fee - TVs  /  $10 fee - CRTs
*  No appointment needed  *

Not Accepted:  industrial or commercial waste; latex paint; medical waste (syringes, needles); asbestos; food or organic waste; radioactive material

Neighborhood Watch

The Jenks Police Department is currently engaged in developing Neighborhood Watch organizations to help curb the occurrence of crime thorughout the city of Jenks. The program consists of forming a group within, usually housing additions, that are trained to be aware of conditions that may be indicative of crimes in progress and the proper way to work together as a group to document and alert the police of suspicious activity. The program attempts to help residents take measures to make their homes less attractive to criminals. 

For information on forming a Neighborhood Watch or Business Watch:

Community Police Officer, Paul Rinkel
Jenks Police Department 
211 North Elm
Jenks, OK

Phone: (918) 299-6311
Hours of operation: Monday–Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Business Watch:
Business Watch is a program that the Jenks Police Department is developing to assist businesses in detecting crimes in progress and deterring crime. The program will emphasize measures that can be taken by individual businesses to help make them more crime resistant and guide them in what to do if they become a victim of crime. 

Public Transportation

Tulsa Transit bus service is available throughout the City of Tulsa and extends into Jenks, Sand Springs and Broken Arrow.

Service to Jenks is within the original townsite, north of the Creek Turnpike. Jenks northbound service terminates at the Main Station which is located downtown Tulsa at 319 South Denver. Southbound service returns to Jenks. 

For trip planning assistance, call Tulsa Transit Customer Service at (918) 582-2100

To view the current bus schedule and transit map, please click HERE.


News and Media


Feb 18, 2019

Main Street Ribbon Cutting

City Topics

Get Rid of Unwanted Tires and Electronics

Mar 09, 2016

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Trader Leaf in Jenks offers specialization in loose teas

Feb 17, 2016


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Jenks Fire & Rescue Is Hosting Its 2nd Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training For Our Citizens.

Jan 25, 2016


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City & School Approve Plans for Downtown Park

Dec 22, 2015

 Both the Jenks School Board and Jenks City Council passed resolutions pa

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Jenks Ready for THRIVE: ERC Companies broke ground on December 8, 2015

Nov 23, 2015

  Owner Rob Coleman Responds to Mayor Dunkerley's Congratulatory Remarks at Thrive Groundbreaking 

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Kiwanis Christmas Parade & Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

Nov 05, 2015


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Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, city of Jenks partner on $18 million roads project

Oct 15, 2015


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Groundbreaking Set For Elm Street/Creek Turnpike Project

Oct 13, 2015

 Breaking Ground Together 

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Head to Jenks for a day of Oklahoma’s best art, music and wine on Main Street!

Aug 31, 2015

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Aug 27, 2015

U.S. Sen. James Lankford will address the August luncheon of the Jenks Chamber of Commerce.

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Top Stories

Feb 18, 2019

Main Street Ribbon Cutting
On Friday, February 15, 2019, the City of Jenks and Tulsa County held a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the transportation improvement project to widen Main Street from Elm Street to State Highway 75.
This long-anticipated project to expand the roadway from a two-lane to a four-lane road is complete. Additionally, the project includes improvements to intersections, merging, connecting roadways, drainage systems and signage.
The Main Street widening project is funded by City of Jenks general obligation bonds in partnership with additional investment from Tulsa County "Four-to-fix the County" funds and Federal Highway Transportation funds.
We want to thank Lt. Governor of Oklahoma, Matt Pinnell,  Dr. Josh Wedman - Mayor of Jenks - Councilman Ward 4 , Tulsa County Commissioner Karen Keith’s office,  and Jenks Chamber of Commerce President Josh Driskell for attending and saying a few words to recognize the significance of this project.


Top Stories Archive

Public Auction- City of Jenks & Jenks Schools, Saturday, June 13th 2015

Jun 08, 2015


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Wal-Mart bringing new Neighborhood Market to Jenks

Apr 29, 2015

 Less than a month after announcing a new Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market in Owasso, the retail giant has announced another one for Jenks.

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Jenks planetarium offers students a look at the big picture

Apr 02, 2015

JENKS — “You are the sun.”So said Dan Zielinski to a group of high school students during their recent visit to the Jenks Planetarium. Zielinski, director of the planetarium, was leading the environmental science class through a lesson about the seasons.

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Tulsa County cities unveil Vision 2025 renewal plan

Mar 24, 2015


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Oklahoma Aquarium March 16th – 20th for Splash Break 2015

Mar 10, 2015

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Oklahoma Aquarium launches Seaside Seniors promotion

Feb 10, 2015


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High-tech golf, games, restaurants, sports bar coming soon to Jenks

Jan 27, 2015


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Oklahoma Aquarium getting sea turtle exhibit

Jan 09, 2015

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Veterans Park Fishing Pond has been stocked with trout.

Nov 25, 2014


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Jenks Firefighters Train For Rescues On Thin Ice

Dec 12, 2013

Six-year-old Jorge Luna, who died last weekend after he fell through the ice on Tulsa's Joe Creek, is one of 11 people statewide who have died due to the recent winter storm. And the body of 15-year-old Claremore boy, Keith Chambers was found in an icy pond Tuesday.

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