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.
2022 was a very wild and crazy year for Sapulpa—and that’s really saying something given the last few years that we’ve all been through.
Single-digit temps couldn’t keep the crowds from coming for the “Merriest Main Street” appearance on The Today Show live in New York City. Read the story and rewatch the segment here!
Sapulpa is now a certified “Film-Friendly” City, by the standards of the Oklahoma Film and Music Office, a division of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
Read about the winners and see the photos for what some are saying might have been Sapulpa’s largest-ever Christmas parade.
As 2022 comes to an end the Sapulpa City Council makes plans for 2023.
Sapulpa, Oklahoma will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Today Show, the flagship morning news program for NBC.
Public Works Director Steve Hardt says the discoloration does not affect the safety of their drinking water.
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.