“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!
The new station will replace the old one, located at 10 E. Murphy, just east of South Main.
Here are items from last week’s county and city meetings that may be of interest to our readers.
Sapulpa City Council unanimously approved the proposed statewide bicycle route that will run the entirety of historic Route 66, a portion of which will run through downtown Sapulpa.
A 10-ft tall wooden statue of Chief Sapulpa was moved last week from its longtime home at Sapulpa City Hall, where it has stood since it was completed in 1990, to the front room of the Sapulpa Historical Society Museum.
The Sapulpa Board of Adjustment has unanimously approved the construction of a new antenna that should greatly improve cellular reception for customers of multiple carriers in the downtown area.
The proposed route would stretch across 400 miles of the historic highway in Oklahoma and through downtown Sapulpa, starting at the intersection of Oak and Dewey.
See the timeline of this gigantic new mural taking shape on what was a boring, plain water tower, now a colorful wildflower.
Downtown Destination: Downtown alleyway to receive extensive makeover to turn it into a pedestrian-friendly destination
Get a peek at one of the proposed catalyst projects of the recently approved Downtown Master Plan—the redevelopment of of the alley between Park and Water streets.
Food trucks are becoming more prevalent in the Sapulpa, and new ordinances are taking effect