Updated trash routes, the September School Bond election and Blowout Cruise Night were the hot topics at Monday night’s Sapulpa City Council Meeting.
City Hall has approved another round of GO Bond sales, this time for the Booker T. Washington and Sapulpa Parks projects.
The City Council unanimously approved a resolution on Monday, May 15th to form a committee to investigate and possibly start the process of creating a “tax increment district” in Sapulpa, as a way to reimburse the cost for certain projects happening within the downtown area, mostly those associated with the Downtown Master Plan.
Sapulpa’s bubblegum pink Supertunias have arrived and are being planted this week, and residents and visitors to Sapulpa’s downtown can expect to see even more of the now-famous flowers this year.
The chosen streetscape plan will completely revamp Dewey Avenue in downtown. See the changes coming to parking, sidewalks and more inside.
Mayor Craig Henderson joined the rest of the city council in congratulating the Ping Pings for their second national championship in February. Read the full proclamation inside.
At long last, the nightmare is over for the neighbors of 205 West Lincoln, but at a cost of several thousand dollars to local taxpayers.
A recent city council meeting brought the approval of several new business permits, including a floral nursery, a car lot, and a new deli-style retailer on Hobson street.
City Council has agreed to the purchase of a new set of carts for the Rock Creek Golf Course on Historic Route 66, while at the same meeting, hearing from a citizen concerned about the lack of lighting at the golf course.
A home that suffered a fire in July of 2022 seems to finally be nearing its end after repeated attempts to get the damaged repaired by the owner have failed.
When you enter Sapulpa city limits from the northeast what do you see: an entrance to Turner Turnpike, an industrial area, neglected motels, or do you see the potential for a renewed shopping district and an increase in sales tax revenue for the city of Sapulpa?