The nonpartisan election will decide who represents those Wards on the Council for the next four-year term, which ends in April 2025.
The City of Oklahoma City will pick up tree limbs. If residents see trees on the road, call the OKC Action Center.
Registration for the Oklahoma City University Meinders School of Business Leadership & Public Administration Certificate Programs will open Oct. 26 to anyone seeking elected office or those wanting to learn more about what it is like to serve as an elected official on a school board, city council or state legislature.
By the end of 2021, northwest Oklahoma City residents will be able to safely cross NW Expressway without worrying about traffic. The project includes one-quarter mile of new trail and a bridge with ramps and stairs.
Chamber member Homeland, the Greater OKC Chamber and the Alliance for Economic Development will break ground for a new full-service grocery store at a site which will eventually also be home to a MAPS 3 senior wellness center.
The new CJAC website is designed to be user-focused and easy to navigate.
The opening of the Diversion Hub has relieved pressure on the County Detention Center and provides a clear pathway toward productivity and safety for clients.
The Chamber is asking everyone in our community to join together and wear face coverings.