City Council To Consider a “Tax Increment District”
The City Council unanimously approved a resolution on Monday, May 15th to form a committee to investigate and possibly start the process of creating a “tax increment district” in Sapulpa, as a way to reimburse the cost for certain projects happening within the downtown area, mostly those associated with the Downtown Master Plan.
Sapulpa Wins Big at Oklahoma Main Street Awards
Sapulpa brought home not one, but three awards—one for the Christmas Chute, and two for Gasoline Alley Classics.
Reed Architecture adds interior designer, intern architect
“Cassidy proved a valuable team member as a summer intern, and Adriana is just like family, bringing a great deal of experience and energy.”
Google Maps adds fake Sapulpa business, reviews are rolling in
Diggum-Deep Mortuary, a fake business on a building facade, is getting reviews in Google and helping real businesses, too.
Sam’s Southern Eatery Opens in old Hickory House location
The southern and Cajun food chain opened in 2019 on Highway 97 and has relocated to the former site of the Hickory House BBQ on Mission Street.
New PLN Venue opens in Sapulpa
At just under 11,000 sqft, the venue is not just large in terms of size, but big in vision, as well—more than a wedding venue, more than a spa, more than a corporate event center.
Business Over Breakfast slated for Jan. 18th
The Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce is hitting the new year full-speed ahead with its first Business Over Breakfast on January 18th, at 7:30 am at Steak and Eggs (1117 E. Taft Ave).
Two businesses closing to restock, rearrange after Christmas Chute
At least two businesses on Dewey Avenue are closing temporarily for the next week or so in order to recover and restock inventory after a season of heavy spending during the Route 66 Christmas Chute.
Year In Review: 2022 as told through our biggest stories
2022 was a very wild and crazy year for Sapulpa—and that’s really saying something given the last few years that we’ve all been through.
My Table restaurant has permanently closed
My Table Restaurant (219 E. Dewey) has permanently closed, the restaurant announced in a Facebook post on Monday.
FiberLink To Provide Fiber-Optic Internet to Kellyville and Sapulpa
Homes in Pleasant View and Gardner Park subdivisions will soon have access to FiberLInk, and within a matter of months, the entire town of Kellyville will have it, as well.