Sapulpa City Council

Photos: Sapulpa swears in new City Councilors, Mayor and Vice Mayor, says goodbye to longest-serving councilor

July 7, 2020

The series of meetings included a commemoration of late Mayor Reg Green and goodbyes for Councilors Wes Galloway and John Anderson

Public Engagement Process to begin on Downtown Master Plan

June 30, 2020

The City of Sapulpa Downtown Master Plan development process is currently underway and ready to begin gathering public input.

City Council narrowly rejects vote to allow fireworks in city limits

June 16, 2020

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.

City Starts Work on GO Bond

April 24, 2020

A straight line of credit from American Heritage Bank will allow the city to start work on a couple of “crucial” projects.

It’s official: some Sapulpa businesses will open back up tomorrow. Will you be there?

April 23, 2020

People on both sides of the issue are voicing their opinion as Sapulpa begins phase one of reopening the economy. Plus, see the data that is backing Stitt’s decision.

Sapulpa will follow Governor Stitt’s plan to reopen the economy in phases, Mayor says

April 22, 2020

The Sapulpa Mayor has confirmed that the City of Sapulpa would be adhering to the plan and timeline as proposed by Governor Stitt. See what it entails inside.

City Councilor Anderson Votes No on GO Bond Resolution

April 14, 2020

A resolution related to the GO Bond was a point of contention at Sapulpa’s City Council meeting on Monday, April 6.

Sapulpa City Hall

City of Sapulpa clarifies its policy regarding utility cutoffs: “Utilities will not be cutoff to residential properties”

April 7, 2020

The City says utilities will not be cutoff to residential properties for violations of an emergency order during the COVID-19 crisis.

Sapulpa City Council raises maximum fine for emergency orders, does not tighten restrictions

April 6, 2020

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.

City of Sapulpa institutes a “catastrophic health emergency,” residents ordered to “shelter in place” until May 4th

April 2, 2020

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.