Sapulpa City Council
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.”
The North Hickory Street paving improvement project and waterline relocation project should be finished “hopefully next week.”
At last week’s City Council meeting regarding mask mandates, some commenters, citing the U.S. Constitution and principles of freedom and individual liberty, raised the question of whether mask requirements are legal. The short answer is: Yes. Yes, they are.
City attorney David Widdoes calls the allegations “patently untrue, scurrilous and completely devoid of merit.”
Get to know the city councilor who served for nearly a third of Sapulpa’s entire lifetime.
The series of meetings included a commemoration of late Mayor Reg Green and goodbyes for Councilors Wes Galloway and John Anderson
The City of Sapulpa Downtown Master Plan development process is currently underway and ready to begin gathering public input.
The requested change comes at a time where the citizens may be looking to celebrate on their own after American Heritage Bank announced in mid-May that they would be canceling their annual fireworks celebration.