“There is lots of buzz in our downtown. This incentive builds on that momentum to bring eating options our citizens are hoping to see.”
City Hall is without internet, construction increasing in downtown Sapulpa, and students are preparing for the last few days of school
Here’s an update of what’s happening this week, in case you missed it this morning!
Some Sapulpans are hoping that their town will become the site of a renowned “mural event” at some point over the next couple of years, in an inspired effort to draw more visitors to the heart of Route 66 in time for The Mother Road’s 100th anniversary in 2026.
Here’s a look at what you might’ve missed at our municipal meetings from last week.
Three medical marijuana-related applications recommended for approval by Planning Commission at its regular meeting last week were up for final approval from City Council at its regular Monday evening meeting on October 4th.
See where we are on the 2020 GO Bond and what’s been done so far.
See the updates from County Commissioners, Ad-Fi Committee, Board of Adjustment, Sapulpa Planning Commission and Bond Oversight Committee.
City Council gets a safety grant, proposed changes to RV rules and more in this week’s county notebook
The county notebook contains details you might’ve missed from city and county meetings this week.
The “Christmas Chute” will be 800 feet long and is estimated to cost between $750,000 – $800,000; all of which will be raised by private donations.
At Monday evening’s Administration and Finance Committee meeting, City Manager Joan Riley explained that she has given the destination the working title of “Rock Creek Park” and that Sapulpa firm Reed Architecture & Interiors is working on design renderings to present to City Council.
The Founding Feathers project is a large-scale scavenger hunt that will encourage visitors to stop at any of the Chieftain blue metal feathers in 15 historic or iconic locations to gather information about Sapulpa.