Creek County maps need to be updated to ensure accuracy regarding their 911 system and GIS data, the County Commissioners learned at Monday morning’s meeting. GIS—or Geographical Information System—is a computer software system that displays information about geographical locations in a given area. The software contains several layers of information—which can be overlayed or seen…
Commissioners agreed to enforce a 2-week burn ban on account of what they’re calling “moderate to severe drought conditions” in the county.
BOCC and Sheriff’s Office made up the additional notes for the week of January 21st
The county is looking at the ramifications of using ARPA funds for COVID-relief pay for those who don’t have the sick time to use or can’t make it up in the month.
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At its regular Monday meeting, the Board of County Commissioners of Creek County unanimously approved to remove S 353rd W Ave between 201st and 206th from District #3’s county maintenance.
A group of neighbors say they’re retaining an attorney and intend to file an appeal to the Creek County Board of Adjustment’s approval of the home.
The Board of Creek County Commissioners revisited a hot topic at its regular Monday morning meeting this week, ultimately showing bonhomie and coming to a consensus on how to best modify the split of County highway funds between the Highway Districts.
Taneha gives an update on what’s already been spent trying to fix their sewer system, and what they’d need to fix the situation altogether.
The Board of County Commissioners revisited their debate on how to best split County Highway Funds between the three districts at their regular Monday meeting on December 13th.