News from Moore

  • Moore Mosquito Control Program

    Spraying started last Thursday night, May 28th, 2015. Crews will spray Tuesday nights, Thursday nights and Friday mornings. We will be concentrating on the park areas and neighborhoods that have drainage channels. Whenever there is a special event in our parks we will try to spray the night before and morning of.

  • Oklahoma Storm Survivors Urged to Register for Disaster Assistance

    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.
     

  • Movie In the Park

    Friday, August 14, 2015 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm

    Activities start at 7:00pm 
    Popcorn; Playground;Music; Snowcones - $1.00
    Movie:  The Box Trolls starts at 8:30pm 
    Bring your own blanket or chair for this fun-filled outdoor event.  

    For questions about this event, you may contact the Parks and Rec Dept. @ 793-5090

  • Old Town Farmers Market

    The Old Town Moore Farmers Market

    The market runs Thursday evenings from 4:00pm - 7:30pm and Saturday mornings from 8:00am - Noon at the Moore Community Center, 301 S Howard Ave. 

  • Sanitation Routes to change May 4th

    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.

  • Floodplain Administration

    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.
     

  • Garage Sales

    Information for having a Residential Garage Sale

    • Sales can be held once every ninety days, for three consecutive days.
    • Permits are free but City of Moore signs are required at a cost of $2 each.
    • One sign is required at the location of the sale and a maximum of 5 signs can be purchased.

    Permits and signs can be obtained at the City Hall Customer Service Counter, 301 N Broadway, Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. If you have questions, please call the City of Moore Customer Service Department at (405) 793-5032.

  • UPDATED - Debris Removal Plan for March 25th Tornado

    April 9, 2015 (Moore, OK) - City of Moore sanitation staff will begin the final sweep through storm damaged neighborhoods on April 20th.

    Residents who suffered damage during the March 25, 2015 tornado will have until April 19, 2015 to place items at the curb.

    Storm debris needs to be:

    Moved to the edge of your curb
    Do not cover your water meter
    Separated (separate tree limbs from the rest of the debris; separate refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioning systems as well; refrigerator/freezer doors must be removed.)

    Several passes have been made through the damaged areas and most residents have taken advantage of the debris removal services.

    All storm debris must be at the curb by Sunday April 19th to be eligible for this free service from the City of Moore.

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  • SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Oklahoma Businesses and Residents Affected by Tornadoes, Severe Storms, Straight-Line Winds and Flooding

    Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Oklahoma businesses and residents affected by the tornadoes, severe storms, straight-line winds and flooding that occurred March 25-26, 2015, in Cleveland and Tulsa counties, U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet announced today. SBA acted under its own authority to declare a disaster following the denial of the state’s request for a major disaster declaration on April 3, 2015.

  • National Telecommunicator's Week

    For the past several years, Public Safety Agencies nationwide have recognized the pivotal role played by telecommunicator’s, dispatchers, communications operators, ALL those people, by whatever job title, who utilize telephones, radios, computers and technical skill to provide support to Law Enforcement, Fire Services, Emergency Medical Services and other field personnel.

    Each year, the second week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicator’s.  In 1991, Congress proclaimed it as a nationally recognized week of recognition.