Officials estimate approximately 20,000 people show up for opening night, including Governor Stitt and Lt. Governor Pinnell. See the photos!
In July, a house at 205 West Lincoln was extensively damaged by fire. Approximately 45 days later, city officials gave the owner 5 days to secure the property, and 10 days to clean up trash and debris.
An ongoing problem on West Lincoln Ave, West McKinley Ave, and South Mounds St. with unrestrained dogs attacking pedestrians and mail carriers has residents concerned.
A number of properties in disrepair and neglect have come under the scrutiny of the City in recent months…most of which are owned by a single individual.
Did you get to see the Christmas Chute prototype a the Blowout? Just wait until you see the whole thing in November!
“Sapulpa is Booming” City sees flurry of new business in a week, upcoming events promise more crowds, revenue
The heydays of oil, trains, brick and glass that gave Sapulpa its roaring start might be long gone, but it’s not hard to imagine the energy and excitement that must have been present in the community during those days, especially when you look at what’s happening in Sapulpa today.
TSW is working with city staff and a steering committee to create guidelines focused on the historic district. The project is expected to be completed by early 2023.
On Wednesday of this week, the City of Sapulpa sold another $6.3 million of the $40.235 million GO Bond package passed in January of 2022, bringing the total amount of drawn-down funds to $27.05M, or about 67%.
“I’m going to have too many doctors visits over the coming months to do the position of Councilman justice,” he said.
The traffic light is a part of the 2020 GO Bond project and well-regarded as a necessity to deter the number of traffic accidents at that intersection.