News from Moore

  • Moore Water Conservation and Rationing Information

    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.

  • Sewer Problems?

    CALL AHEAD!!!! Call us 24 hours a day at 793-5080 whenever you have signs of a developing backup. We’re on duty around the clock; working together, we can prevent most sewer backups. Signs of blockage include:

    •Slow Draining Sinks
    •Wastewater back flow
    •Continuous Sewage Smell

    If there’s a problem with the City line, we should be able to fix it before sewage backs up into your house. If your private line is blocked, we’ll tell you so you can get it fixed.

  • Moore Police Press Conference 9-26-2014

    The Moore Police Department held a press conference on 9-26-2014 at 10:00 am to discuss the incident at Vaughan Foods on 9-25-2014.  Below you will find a link to the full press conference video and statement that was released to the media. 

    Full Video to Press Conference 

  • Media/Press Releases

    Press Releases and Media Fact Sheets from various departments of the City of Moore 

  • Traffic Impact Study for 19th Street

    Traffic Engineering Consultants, Inc. (TEC) was asked by the City of Moore to update a traffic study completed in 2008. Major development has and is occurring in an area both north and south of SW 19th Street. The recent tornado, while destructive, afforded the opportunity for additional redevelopment. The update to the 2008 study includes an expanded study area and a more detailed analysis of the traffic impacts of additional development to the roadway system.

  • Odd-Even Watering Measure in Effect

    Moore is joining Oklahoma City and has 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. To Learn More click here. 

  • National Night Out 2015

    Tuesday, August 4, 2015 - 5:00pm to 10:00pm

    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 4th, 2015.

    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.

  • City of Moore Fishing Derby

    Saturday, August 1, 2015 - 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 

    CLICK HERE TO PRE REGISTER. 


    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.

  • Parks Improvement Projects

    March 2015 Status Report

    Central Park

    • Aquatic Park is under construction - underground work is in progress for pool and pipes.
    • Recreation Center - Framing is being completed on the building.
    • Farmers Market and Amphitheater - under construction

    Buck Thomas Park

  • Stan Drake Celebrates Forty Years of Service

    Assistant City Manager Stan Drake

    On June 6, 1974 Stan Drake started working for the City of Moore.  After starting as a meter reader Stan has moved up the ranks. Stan currently serves as the Assistant City Manager. He oversees various departments of the city including public works, community development, public utilities, parks and recreation, and special projects dealing with the city’s infrastructure. 

    On June 6, 2014 Stan was joined by his family and friends for a luncheon hosted by his co-workers at Moore City Hall.