News from Moore

  • By law, each city in Oklahoma is required to formulate and approve a balanced budget by its governing body. The City of Moore Budget is included below. The fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th.

  • The City of Moore has been receiving reports of people going door to door saying they work (or they have contracted with) the City of Moore and they need to inspect your attic insulation.

    The City of Moore has issued soliciting permits to Echo Insulation as allowed for all businesses wanting to solicit in the City of Moore. The City of Moore has not contracted with anyone or any business to solicit their product or to enter a home to inspect attic insulation

    The City of Moore DOES NOT endorse any business to citizens or allow any solicitors to enter into homes. The City of Moore will always issue on the city website or mail to citizens if we are doing a citywide project that will affect any homeowners.

    If you have questions please contact the City Clerks office at 793-5020 or the Moore Police Department 793-5171.

    - Office of the City Manager

  • Crime Stoppers of Moore, Inc. is a non-profit organization led by citizens against crime. The program offers cash rewards of up to $1000 to persons providing information that leads to the felony arrest of criminals and fugitives. Callers can remain anonymous.

    You can submit information regarding any crime by telephone at 405-793-5160, online or by text.  All tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.00. Visit the website at www.moorecrimetips.com.

  • Residents should place their garbage poly carts at the curb prior to 7 a.m. on your collection day. Crews pick up the garbage starting at 7 a.m. on the scheduled day. Carts should be placed at the curb and should be at least 3 feet away from any obstructions such as mailboxes, planters, or vehicles. Bagged yard waste can be placed in your poly cart if space is available. Residents should also remember to remove your poly cart from the curb by the end of your collection day. For additional information please call 793-5070.

  • For questions and concerns regarding flooding on your property, please contact your local Flood Plain Administrator, Ava Beeby 405-793-5054. Please contact Ava to find out what flood risks may be present on your property prior to installing a storm shelter, building a home, and when choosing your “safe place” during a storm event.

    Visit www.Floodsmart.gov for more information regarding Flood Insurance, Risks, and Safety Measures.
     

  • 3-30-2015 3:30pm - The Preliminary Damage Assessment map has been completed and uploaded to the website. File can be found at the bottom of this page.

    Per FEMA/SBA/OEM extensive damage survey over the past two days, the damage assessment is as follows:
    33 homes destroyed
    27 with major damage
    47 with minor damage
    347 affected

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  • Mailed with your monthly water bill, the two-page newsletter offers a quick reference, easy-to-read format informing citizens of the most important and timely City government information. Content is restricted and every effort is made to keep content useful.

  • CrimeReports works with the Moore Police Department to help reduce, prevent and solve crime by enabling officials to easily open and manage a controlled dialog with citizens. You will find an online family of crime fighting tools including a public crime map, alert messaging, anonymous tipping and data analytics.

    To see a public crime map for Moore click here.

  • Registered voters in Moore will have the option of renewing a half cent sales tax on the November 4th ballot.

    The proposition is the renewal of a half cent sales tax that began on April 1, 2011. The proposition would keep the sales tax in place for an additional four years with 80% of the funds being designated for residential street improvements and 20% being used for public safety equipment for Moore Police, Fire, and Emergency Management departments. 

  • WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES

    Watering schedules are now in place.

    Oklahoma City, Moore and surrounding communities have implemented Progressive Water Conservation Stages. Mandatory odd/even watering (Stage 1) is now permanently in effect. If the drought worsens, additional conservation measures will take effect.

    How does odd/even watering work? It's simple.