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.
This Week in Sapulpa History: A history of Freddie’s B-B-Q and Steak House
As the legacy of Freddie’s in Sapulpa comes to a close at the end of the year, read a timeline of this Sapulpa restaurant and the family who created it.
Leveled Up Reopens as Nerd Palace
Nerd Palace, formerly Leveled Up VR, has reopened with the intention of returning to the vision of its original purpose: a great place to hang out with friends.
A Grateful Community: My Table Restaurant Serves Free Thanksgiving Meals
It’s not unheard of for an organization to help feed the homeless during this time of year. But a restaurant offering a free Thanksgiving meal to anyone who wants one? That’s a little more rare.
Pablo’s Celebrates 20 Years
Read the story about how Pablo Ascencio and his wife Dunia started and grew Señor Pablo’s into the Sapulpa staple it is today.
How are businesses handling the Christmas Chute? Interviews with downtown merchants
“People are getting out and supporting local businesses. They are seeing that Sapulpa is growing and heading in the direction that we need to be headed.”
Dr. Chris Chenoweth Purchases Vision Source of Sapulpa
Dr. Chris Chenoweth, OD, has purchased Vision Source Sapulpa from Drs. Larry Higgs and Dennis Morris. The optometry office, at 17 South Oak Street, is now part of Chenoweth Eye Center.
Iconic Sapulpa Restaurant Freddie’s BBQ to Close
After 60 years in business, beloved family-owned, Sapulpa restaurant Freddie’s BBQ and Steakhouse will close its doors permanently on December 31, 2022.
Local Collector to Auction Off Sapulpa Antiques and Signage
On Saturday, October 22nd, White plans to auction off the remainder of his collection of vintage and antique signs, housewares, petroliana, and more—most of which is based out of Sapulpa.
Changes to local tag agencies explained
The Oklahoma Legislature recently passed legislation making changes to our local tag agencies. There has been, however, misinformation about what the changes mean.