Homeowners, renters and business owners affected by the recent severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding in Oklahoma are urged to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), as they may be eligible for disaster assistance.
CANCELLED -Movie in the Park is being cancelled tonight. The event is being cancelled due to the chance of rain and the saturated soil conditions of Little River Park. Parks and Library staff will determine a new date for the movie and we will promote the new information once a date has been selected.
For questions about this event please contact the parks department at 793-5090.
The City of Moore maintains and operates an outdoor warning system designed to alert people who are outdoors during emergencies. This system is composed of 37 sirens which provide excellent coverage throughout our City.
Approximately 1,500 Moore residents will be taking their garbage to the curb on a different day starting May 4th. The affected areas include the Rock Creek Addition, parts of the Old Town area and neighborhoods along Tower Drive just south of 4th St. The changes are necessary because of population growth in areas of our city. The goal is to have an equal number of pickup stops on any given day.
For questions and concerns regarding flooding on your property during the storm on 5/6/2015, please contact your local Flood Plain Administrator, Ava Beeby 405-793-5054. Please contact Ava to know what the flood risks are for your property prior to installing a storm shelter and when choosing your “safe place” during a storm event.
Partnership Will Enable City of Moore to Increase Community Engagement for Emergency Preparedness
Moore, OK - March, 10 2015 - City of Moore announced today a partnership with Nextdoor (www.nextdoor.com), the free and private social network for neighborhoods, to build stronger, safer communities with the help of residents.
The City of Moore through the Department of Housing and Community Development must develop, in consultation with citizens, community groups, non-profit entities, business organizations and government offices, a new five-year Consolidated Plan covering the period October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2020. The Consolidated Plan assesses housing and community development needs in the City of Moore and established strategies to address these needs, using Federal and other funds, over a five-year period. A U.S.