Sapulpa City Council
The day after City Council voted 6-4 to pass a city-wide mask mandate, a local citizen started a petition with the objective of reversing the decision and bringing it to a vote of the people.
The mask mandate goes into effect on November 18th at 12:01 a.m. and ends at midnight on January 4th, 2021.
Superintendent Rob Armstrong gave updates on the state of the district’s schools at Monday evening’s City Council study session.
The Golf Course is getting a new, more marketable name. Plus, see future upgrades to water treatment system.
The 2.5 acre tract will be transformed into a food truck park with an area for eating and visiting with benches and gazebos, a dog park, life-sized shuffleboard and chess games, and more.
Last week’s City Council meeting was packed with information. Here’s what we found out
“I just want it to be a better place to live. Cleaner, nicer, with nice, busy streets. that’s the sole reason that I got into city council, period.”
With multiple employees quarantined due to potential exposure to COVID-19, the City Manager has announced tonight’s City Council meeting canceled.
In this installment of “How your government works,” we asked our City Manager the question we hear a lot: Do our city leaders want Sapulpa to stay small? Are they turning away businesses or keeping certain restaurants from coming here?”
West 81st Street and Frankoma Road neighbors have persisted in their push for the Oklahoma Attorney General to open an investigation into the City of Sapulpa despite the nearby development being denied by the Planning Commission on June 23rd and despite City Attorney David Widdoes’s comments that their allegations are “scurrilous and completely devoid of merit.”