News from Moore

  • Saturday, July 30, 2016 - 7:30am to 10:30am

    The City of Moore and the OK Wildlife Department will co-host this event; Rain or Shine
    Check-In:  7:30am
    ​Derby:  8:00am
    Pre-registration for Fishing Derby! 


    The OK Wildlife Department will be on site for safety, knot tying, fish ID, fish cleaning and ethics training.

    Bring your own pole and bait (crawlers, stink bait, shrimp, liver etc.)

    4 fish limit per family.  No culling.  You catch it, you keep it!

    For kids ages 5-15; MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

    Both ponds are stocked with catchable sized catfish.  

  • Tuesday, August 2, 2016 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

    We invite you to join over 37.8 million neighbors across 16,124 communities in celebration of National Night Out, America’s Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016.

    NNO is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods a safer, better place to live. Together, we are making that happen.

    NNO enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community and provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

    Neighborhoods across the nation host block parties, cookouts and other various community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel and exhibits.

    Start organizing your neighborhood now. Neighborhood camaraderie sends a message to criminals letting them know you are organized and fighting back. We're working our program now and will provide details in the near future.

    To learn more please contact the Moore Police Department Community Services Unit by emailing Sgt. David Dickinson at .

  • The application process begins with a physical agility test, scheduled for Saturday, July 30th at 9:00 AM at Southmoore High School, 2901 S. Santa Fe in Moore.  You do not need to sign up in advance, but you do need to be aware of the prerequisites and disqualifiers in order to determine your eligibility for this position.   
    Benefits include:
    Starting Salary: $44,549 and increases to $54,390 upon completion of 12 month probationary period, plus an additional $26,000 worth of benefits in the first year
    Additional pay incentives for college degrees, CLEET certification levels, and bilingual proficiency.
    Excellent insurance program, paid vacations, and much more.
    Officers wishing to continue their education may be eligible for college tuition reimbursement.
    Officers who reside in the city limits are eligible for a take-home patrol car that may be driven while off duty.
    Follow this link for more information:  http://www.cityofmoore.com/jobs

  • Curbside Recycling Survey Results Are In

    This Spring the City of Moore mailed a survey to all utility customers to get citizen’s input about curbside recycling. The results of the survey have been tabulated. The Moore City Council is considering what future steps to take. Click on the link below to view the results.
    http://www.cityofmoore.com/sites/default/files/main-site/summaryrecyclesurvey2016.pdf

  • Survey #2 is now online! Visit the project’s website at http://envision.cityofmoore.com/ to participate. It’s your turn to share your vision of Moore. Help us prioritize traffic hot-spots, and   more! Results of this survey will guide the next steps of the planning process. But hurry- Survey #2 deadline is August 1, 2016.

    Contact:
    Elizabeth Jones, Community Development Director

    (405)793-5053

  • The Drive-Thru at the Recycling Center will now be open:
    Monday, Wednesday and Saturdays from 9:00am - 3:00pm 
     As always the outside containers are available for use at any time.  
     

  • Mandatory Odd/Even watering (stage 1) is permanently in effect for Moore.

  • When you buy from local retailers here in Moore you not only build Moore’s community you strengthen Moore’s economy and you create jobs right here in Moore. 

    Where we spend our money, whether its groceries, clothing, gas or entertainment has a direct effect on how our city operates.  Funding our city, including Police, Fire, Park improvements, and many other City services are dependent on money spent here in Moore.

    The City of Moore website shows the city limits of Moore so take a few minutes to look at the map and determine where you need to set your boundaries when choosing to spend your money. 

    Shop Moore and make a difference where it matters most which is right here at home.

  • The Moore Parks & Recreation Department takes great pleasure in presenting to you the Moore Parks and Recreation 2016 Spring-Summer Activity & Events Guide. You will find it a valuable resource for planning some fun in the coming months. Activities abound within the pages of this guide.

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