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  • The Station Aquatic Center is Open 7 Days a week

    Hours are Noon - 8:00pm

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  • Now Accepting Applications for Planning Commission

    Applications will be accepted until 5:00 pm, August 15, 2019

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  • A Celebration In the Heartland

    Buck Thomas Park (1903 NE 12th Street)

    All Day Event with Fireworks Show

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  • Road Closure: SW 34th Street will be closed beginning Monday, May 13 2019, between Telephone Road and the east drive of the Arbor Gardens Park, until further notice. Arbor Gardens Park remains open, with access available from the west drive on SW 34th Street from Santa Fe Avenue. This road closure is necessary due to the SW 34th Street Road Widening Project, which will widen SW 34th Street from just west of Telephone Road to Santa Fe Avenue from 2-lanes to 4-lanes with a 10’ walking trail. For further information, please contact the City Manager’s Office at 793-5200. Read More
  • Street Closures Due To Railroad: Phone numbers to call for extended blockages of railroad crossings: 1-800-507-9227 (BNSF Railroad). Emergency number to call BNSF, 1-800-832-5452. To Issue a complaint with Oklahoma Corporation Commission call (405) 521-3407. Read More
  • Road Closure: The railroad crossing at SE 34th Street is closed to thru traffic. Find alternate route. Read More
  • Moore City Hall will be Closed: Moore City Hall will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, Trash Service for Thursday, July 4th will be picked up on Wednesday, July 3rd Read More
  • Cass Avenue Closure: Cass Avenue will be closed between Shields Blvd. and Hillcrest for new road construction. This closure is expected to last several weeks. Read More

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    Summertime is fun time, but hot weather makes for some unique summer pet care challenges. Although wild animals are well adapted to the elements, companion animals can be just as susceptible to extreme temperatures as their owners are. What does that mean for your pet? When the temperatures get extreme, pet safety should be top of mind. Here are 5 ways to stay safe while enjoying summer activities with your pet:

  • Stay Cool (and Safe!) in the Pool

    What could be better than spending a long summer day splashing around in the pool with the kiddos?! Not much! To make sure you’re having tons of fun in the sun, use these tips to help keep everyone safe in the pool this summer.

  • Summer Vacation Safety

    It’s the time of year your child has been anticipating for months—summer vacation! Why not have fun outdoors with friends and family? Here are some summer vacation safety tips that will help keep your child healthy and active.

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