Candidates for City Council include familiar and new faces, making for an interesting contest in a couple of the City’s wards.
City officials say the move will greatly improve the character, function, and safety of the downtown transportation network.
The City has approved an ordinance establishing a maximum stay of 14 days for RVs.
Here’s a look at what you might’ve missed at our municipal meetings from last week.
Three medical marijuana-related applications recommended for approval by Planning Commission at its regular meeting last week were up for final approval from City Council at its regular Monday evening meeting on October 4th.
The Founding Feathers project is a large-scale scavenger hunt that will encourage visitors to stop at any of the Chieftain blue metal feathers in 15 historic or iconic locations to gather information about Sapulpa.
Here are items from last week’s county and city meetings that may be of interest to our readers.
Sapulpa City Council unanimously approved the proposed statewide bicycle route that will run the entirety of historic Route 66, a portion of which will run through downtown Sapulpa.
Food trucks are becoming more prevalent in the Sapulpa, and new ordinances are taking effect
Amarillo-based Bruckner Truck Sales will sell its dealership in Tulsa and expand its existing Townwest location, expecting to double its annual sales tax revenue.