The way Oklahoma City and state governments interact with the people

Willard Winter Shelter

Changes in available shelters, transportation in OKC start Friday, Feb 19

The number of options for people seeking day warming shelter and/or overnight shelter have changed as of the end of Friday, February 19.

Boil advisory issued for Oklahoma City Water as precaution

The City of OKC has issued a voluntary boil advisory to residents following a recommendation from the Oklahoma Dept of Environmental Quality.
Fire Hydrant

Low water pressure latest cold-weather threat for OKC, Tulsa

At the end of Tuesday both Oklahoma City and Tulsa city governments were issuing statements because of city-wide water pressure issues.
City Hall

City Council virtual meeting takes action on debris removal, economic dev

City Council for Oklahoma City held it's first virtual meeting since last year and took up economic development spending and debris removal.
transmission lines

Gas, electric utilities warn of outages as extreme cold continues

Both Oklahoma Natural Gas and OG&E are warning of possible shortages of supply as record-breaking extreme cold grips Oklahoma.

Draper water plant back online as system shows strain from extreme cold

City of Oklahoma City reported that their largest water treatment plant that had been down was brought back on line late Sunday.
Pete White Health Wellness Center 2018 Todd Stone

Stone re-elected to 2nd term in OKC Ward 4 – Two wards need April...

One candidate was re-elected to another term Tuesday, as the other four advance to a runoff where voters will determine who wins those seats.

Economist gives outlook to City staff in annual workshop for new budget

Tuesday, the City Council and the City’s department heads and union representatives met for the annual Budget Workshop.

Infrastructure, first responders main focus in Ward 1 candidate forum

January 16, candidates for Ward 1’s seat on the City Council met for a forum and were asked questions by veteran journalists.
Oklahoma City Council

City Council handles business so swiftly activists miss comment time

Tuesday, the City Council of Oklahoma City held their shortest meeting in recent memory where all votes were unanimous, an unusual thing.