Sapulpa City Council

Lou Martin, Jr. is Sapulpa’s interim mayor

February 3, 2020

Vice-Mayor Lou Martin was appointed Interim Mayor before a vote was cast for Interim Vice Mayor. Details inside.

City Attorney delivers touching eulogy at Mayor Green’s funeral

February 3, 2020

“Reg Green loved Sapulpa, and whether you knew him well or not, he made your life here better.”

The 2020 GO Bond Oversight Committee has been announced

February 3, 2020

The Sapulpa 2020 GO Bond Advisory and Oversight Board was announced and approved at Monday night’s City Council meeting.

Public Traffic Control Requests Discussed

January 29, 2020

Last week’s traffic control meeting featured updates on 49th W. Ave and Highway 117, as well as some publicly requested items, such as new stop signs or “stop ahead” signs.

Mayor Reg Green remembered as a “great Mayor, and a greater man”

January 26, 2020

Mayor Reg Green passed away on January 26th. People who knew him remember him as a “great mayor, but greater man”

GO Bonds and Oversight Committee discussed at City Council Study Session

January 25, 2020

Get details about the intricacies in issuing the recently passed bonds, plus details on how become a part of the oversight committee.

Canyon Road Project Funded

January 13, 2020

Canyon Road Improvements are part of a 2004 revenue bond—renewed in 2014—from a half-cent sales tax, which extends to 2025.

The City of Sapulpa Holds Town Hall Meetings Over Upcoming GO Bond Election

January 9, 2020

Learn more about each of the propositions, plus answers to your questions about this important GO Bond Election.

“A Master Plan” – First look at the bond proposal City Council is expected to announce Monday

November 4, 2019

The six-part GO Bond Proposition consists of improvements to nearly every facet of the city in some form—City Council is expected to vote on it tonight.

Sapulpa City Attorney says the new “topless” ruling will not affect local statutes

October 2, 2019

Sapulpa’s ordinances on the matter do not discriminate based on gender, therefore complaints could be filed on men or women.

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