Sapulpa City Council

SeneGence TIF under scrutiny

January 16, 2019

Questions about the TIF related to the SeneGence property development on Hwy 33 went unanswered at the City Council Meeting last week.

Rick Rumsey Retires

December 29, 2018

The assistant City Manager has served for over 35 years.

Last crossing for Rock Creek Bridge

October 22, 2018

The iconic local bridge will likely never carry vehicles again, will cost $20,000 to carry pedestrians.

Sapulpa takes a loan to purchase 50 new golf carts totalling $175,000

September 23, 2018

The purchase of 50 Yamaha golf “cars” will total $175,000 and require a 4-year loan to complete.

Council approves demolition of several properties, dilapidated structures deemed nuisances to the public

August 9, 2018

Six properties came up for demolition consideration during Monday’s City Council Meeting.

Sapulpa’s new Ward 5 councilor is eyeing retail expansion, long-term plans for the town

May 17, 2018

Bruce Bledsoe calls becoming city councilor his chance to “try to be part of the solution.”

Sapulpa Councilor Alan Jones honored for two decades of service

May 8, 2018

Alan Jones is departing the seat he’s held since 1998.

Meet Sapulpa’s Mayor

August 22, 2016

Back when we first posed the question to you on our Facebook Page about “What questions would you ask Sapulpa’s Mayor?” the first question was not at all shocking: “Who is Sapulpa’s Mayor?” It’s a common request. The man isn’t in the news a lot (probably a good thing), and he doesn’t grant interviews very […]

Sapulpa City Council Drops the Mic, says “No Dirt Mine”

April 12, 2016

People who live near Clary Fields Golf Club in Sapulpa came in full force against a proposal to turn a golf club into a dirt pit. More than 100 people showed up at a packed city council meeting on Monday. Half of the crowd held signs saying “NO DIRT PIT.” The other half showed up […]

Enid Councilor says Sapulpa’s in good hands with Joan Riley

April 4, 2016

Not a lot is known yet about Joan Riley, who is seeking the City Manager seat long held by Tom DeArman, who passed away last November. Thankfully, what little we do know appears to be positive. One of Enid’s City Councilors spoke very highly of Riley and her ability to be creative in her solutions […]