The way Oklahoma City and state governments interact with the people

Oklahoma City Council

City Council agrees to Cox Center plan, hears about Lower Scissortail Park

City of OKC Council discussed a film studio sound stage idea in Cox Convention Center and heard plans for the next phase of Scissortail Park.
Clara Luper Educational Services Center

Big traffic changes at Classen and 5th could result if OKCPS has its way

The Board of Ed for Oklahoma City Public Schools will vote on a resolution Monday night asking the City to permanently close a nearby street.
Demonstration bike lane

OKC Trails Committee considers e-bikes on multi-use trails, defers action

The Oklahoma City Trails Advisory Committee hosted a conversation on allowing electric bikes (e-bikes) on the city's multi-use trails.
police protesters

Councilmember Nice holding Census, voter registration drive in Sept

Nikki Nice, OkC Ward 7 Council member, has organized a campaign to increase both participation in the U.S. Census and to register more voters.
Oklahoma City Council

Mask mandate extended in Oklahoma City until October 20

Oklahoma City Council debated extending a city-wide mask requirement, ultimately extending the current ordinance until late October.
Oklahoma County Jail

Jail Trust faces more protests while accepting CARES money

Oklahoma County Jail Trust accepted over $37 million in CARES Act funds from the County and heard a report on suicide prevention at the jail.
Budget Board

Budget Board hears annual report from CJAC about Oklahoma County Jail

The Oklahoma County Budget Board heard the second annual report of the Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council (CJAC).
OKC Fire

Baez trades firefighter gear for phone, computer to recruit next generation

Lt. Miguel Baez has traded in his protective "turnout" gear and firefighters helmet for a telephone and computer as a recruiters for OKCFD.
Jail Trust

Jail Trust accepts CARES money, hears abbreviated public comment

The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Authority (Jail Trust) heard public comment and accepted CARES money from the county commissioners.
County Commissioners

County Commissioners reinstate public comment after months without

The Oklahoma County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to reinstate public comments to their board meetings.