Moore Updates

  • Monday, October 24, 2016 - 7:00pm

    Citizens will have an opportunity to ask questions at a series of public meetings about the 2 propositions on the ballot November 8th.  Each meeting will start at 7:00pm.

    • Monday, October 24th at Winding Creek Elementary School (1401 NE 12th St.)
    • Tuesday, October 25th at The Station at Central Park (700 S. Broadway Ave.)
    • Wednesday, October 26th at Oakridge Elementary School (3201 S. Santa Fe Ave.)

    For additional information, contact the City Manager's office at (405) 793-5200 or visit www.cityofmoore.com/fire_parks_election

  • The Moore City Council unanimously voted to place a proposition on the November ballot asking the citizens of Moore to consider whether to continue the existing, temporary ¼ cent sales tax. The current ¼ cent sales tax was approved by citizens in 2012. If the citizens vote to continue the existing ¼ cent sales tax, the funds would be allocated as follows:

    *50% of the funds would go to public safety
    *50% would go to park improvements

    Click Here  to see what the City would use the extended sales tax for and to see what the City of Moore has done with the current 1/4 cent sales tax. 

  • The Moore City Council has placed on the November 8th ballot a proposition (Proposition #2) asking the voters whether the City should implement a curbside recycling program. If approved by the voters details of the service would be as follows:

    • Designed to redirect solid waste from the landfill to be recycled
    • Would be curbside service
    • Collection would occur every other week on your normal trash collection day
    • Cost of service would be $3 per month (for all residential customers)
    • Would be a single stream system (all recyclables in one large poly-cart)
    • Monthly fee applicable whether service is used or not
  • Monday, October 31, 2016 (All day)

    The City of Moore will observe Halloween on Monday, October 31st.   We do not set a start and stop time for neighborhood trick or treating. A common rule is when your neighbors porch light is on then that is sign they are handing out candy.  Have a safe and fun Halloween night! 

  • Are you looking for a new career?  Check out the employment opportunities at the City of Moore.