On Monday the Creek County Board of Commissioners signed a contract with Guardian RFID for the jail’s new Inmate Tracking System.
County Commissioners decided on using a local company to handle the purchase and installation of the scrubbers. Plus, see why the county has decided to hold off on hiring a grant writer.
Green Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery is helping Creek County’s largest food pantry, Caring Community Friends, provide area families with a merry Christmas through CCF’s Christmas Stars program.
For 21 years Sapulpa’s Green Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery has hosted a community Christmas program called The Living Tree Memorial Service. This year, its 22nd, will be its first year to be virtual.
Last week’s County Commissioners meeting saw the approval of a new Rural Road Improvement District south of Kellyville.
Parts of the Kante Group building are being renovated into apartments; plus, Sapulpa might be losing its La Margarita restaurant—at least temporarily.
Sapulpa City Hall will soon have an electronic kiosk outside its front doors so customers can pay City bills, fees, and tickets without entering the building.
SPS is expected to return to Sapulpa City Council on the evening of Monday, November 16 to aid in the discussion and possible adoption of a proclamation requiring a city-wide mask mandate.
Caring Community Friends, Creek County’s largest food bank, are inviting the community to work together to provide “Hope for the Holidays,” by providing their families with meals and gifts that they would otherwise go without.
The Committee opted to recommend to City Council the dispersal of $683,500 for various projects, including fleet maintenance software for all city vehicles, computer upgrades, electronic timesheets for city employees), new robotic mowers for the soccer and baseball field, and a salt and sand building.