News from Moore

  • Moore Police Now Hiring

    Saturday, October 10, 2015 - 9:00am

    ~~The Moore Police Department is seeking applicants to fill multiple Police Officer positions.
    The Moore Police Department provides law enforcement services to residents and visitors to the City of Moore in an effort to create a safe community by protecting life, preserving liberty and keeping the peace. The 89 commissioned officers and 5 civilian employees recently moved into a new Public Safety Center.

  • Certified Healthly Oklahoma

    The Certified Healthy Oklahoma Program is a free, voluntary statewide certification. The certification showcases businesses, campuses, communities, congregations, early childhood programs, restaurants, and schools that are committed to supporting healthy choices through environmental and policy change. These entities working to improve the health of Oklahomans by implementing elements, policies, and programs that will help Oklahomans to eat better, move more, and be tobacco free.

  • History of Moore Museum

    Moore holds a unique place in the hearts of our citizens, past and present. Your family's history may reach back to when the town was incorporated in 1893 or when your career brought you to Central Oklahoma and you choose to live in Moore. We all have a story to tell and a group of community members are interested in finding the best way to share our history.

    Please take a moment click below to answer the 10 questions to help us determine the community’s interest for a Museum dedicated to the History of Moore.

    Take the Survey

  • Food Truck Permit Requirements

    Effective September 3, 2015 the City of Moore will require Mobile Food Vendors to set up as a vendor with an appropriate license & permit.

    Attached you will find the MOBILE FOOD VENDOR APPLICATION with necessary information and requirements.
    Application can be made through the City of Moore, City Clerk’s office located at 301 N. Broadway.

    If you have questions regarding the application process feel free to contact Linda Stewart at 405-793-5020 or Teresa Smith at 405-793-4332.

  • Parks and Recreation Department Activity Guide

    Check out the new Activity Guide. It has all the information you will need for Parks and Recreation Department programs.  
     

  • Back to School Safety Reminder

    The Moore Police Department is encouraging all motorists to be mindful of school zones and school bus safety as the school year begins in Moore.

    With safety of children a primary concern for the Police Department, patrol officers will be out and about monitoring school zones in the city to ensure motorists are being safe and are in compliance with the law. Here are a few safety tips and legal reminders as the school year begins in our area:

  • Employment Opportunities

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

  • Moore Fire Department Relay for Life Fundraiser

    MFD Local 2047 is selling T-Shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness month in October to City of Moore employees and citizens of Moore from now until September 1st 2015, size (S) thru XL $15.00 each and 2XL & 3XL are $17.00 each,. You can order a shirt by calling Gina Thompson at 405-793-5110. All proceeds from the t-shirts sales goes to Relay For Life of Moore, OK.

  • Telephone Rd. and Main St. Intersection Closed for Reconstruction

    The intersection of Telephone Rd and Main St will close July 30th, as part of the Telephone Rd reconstruction project. The intersection is expected to remain closed for about 2-3 weeks.

    When this intersection portion is complete, Telephone Road will reopen from Main to NW 5th St. and work will begin south of Main St.

  • Homeowner Housing Rehabilitation Program

    The City of Moore is announcing a tornado disaster housing rehabilitation program that will accept applications from July 7, 2015 through September 30, 2015. This program will provide housing rehabilitation for owner occupied housing units directly impacted by events of May 18th through June 2nd, 2013 within the city limits of Moore.

    Moore is well on its way to recovery after the storms in May of 2013. If you are still struggling on your path to recovery the City of Moore wants to extend a helping hand using Community Development Block Grant funds for disaster recovery.