Sapulpa City Council
The City says utilities will not be cutoff to residential properties for violations of an emergency order during the COVID-19 crisis.
You will not be forced to wear a mask, but refusal to comply with the city’s emergency ordinance could lead to a fine or having your utilities cut off.
Find out what it means and doesn’t mean, and what could happen if you don’t comply. Plus, what the Tulsa County Health Department is predicting for the next 30-60 days.
Every basketball court, playground and dog park in Sapulpa, as well as the golf course, is now closed.
Councilors were split on whether or not the city should step in and enforce a mandatory closing of dining rooms. The motion narrowly passed at 5-4.
Sapulpa restaurants may be forced to close their dining areas completely. Some are in favor of it, and others are saying they’d never reopen.
The proclamation also restricts traffic dockets and “strongly discourages” certain gatherings in churches, restaurants, bars and gyms. See details inside.
Vice-Mayor Lou Martin was appointed Interim Mayor before a vote was cast for Interim Vice Mayor. Details inside.
“Reg Green loved Sapulpa, and whether you knew him well or not, he made your life here better.”
The Sapulpa 2020 GO Bond Advisory and Oversight Board was announced and approved at Monday night’s City Council meeting.