At Monday evening’s Administration and Finance Committee meeting, City Manager Joan Riley explained that she has given the destination the working title of “Rock Creek Park” and that Sapulpa firm Reed Architecture & Interiors is working on design renderings to present to City Council.
The new station will replace the old one, located at 10 E. Murphy, just east of South Main.
A 10-ft tall wooden statue of Chief Sapulpa was moved last week from its longtime home at Sapulpa City Hall, where it has stood since it was completed in 1990, to the front room of the Sapulpa Historical Society Museum.
The Sapulpa Board of Adjustment has unanimously approved the construction of a new antenna that should greatly improve cellular reception for customers of multiple carriers in the downtown area.
The proposed route would stretch across 400 miles of the historic highway in Oklahoma and through downtown Sapulpa, starting at the intersection of Oak and Dewey.
See the timeline of this gigantic new mural taking shape on what was a boring, plain water tower, now a colorful wildflower.
Get a peek at one of the proposed catalyst projects of the recently approved Downtown Master Plan—the redevelopment of of the alley between Park and Water streets.
The Alley Enhancement Project involves the “improvement of the alley between Water and Park Streets and Lee and Dewey Avenues.” It will be “closed to vehicle traffic, so [will be for] pedestrian use only.”
“The Way I Heard It” will be narrated by Mike Rowe of “Dirty Jobs” fame.
The City is cracking down on donation bins that do more harm than good.