New zoning codes and design guidelines for Sapulpa’s Historic District completed
The new codes and guidelines govern the appearance, features and usage of the historic district, such as building height, embellishments, additions, awnings, signage, parking, green spaces and more.
Downtown residents and workers on the lookout for plant vandals
The vegetation vandalism is usually sporadic, but now it’s taking another turn, spreading to plants and decorative pieces outside of downtown businesses.
City hopes new flashing signs will slow speedsters
As you travel around Sapulpa you might notice a few new traffic signs, and if you are exceeding the posted speed limit they will start flashing.
177 pinwheels adorn the lawn of the Creek County Courthouse
See the gallery of photos from the annual pinwheel planting, and learn more about why we we do it.
Dobson formally endorses Gunn for Ward 2
The candidate will still appear on the ballot, but she says she’s no longer seeking to be a city councilor.
Former City Council hopeful arrested on DUI, weapons charges
Sapulpa police say they believed the man was under the influence, and that he was carrying a loaded handgun and a half-empty can of beer in the car.
2020 GO Bond projects continue to show progress; other city projects gaining steam
See the half-dozen updates for various City projects, including the Tee Pee Drive-In, Crossroads Cookery, Fire Station No. 3 and Liberty Park.
County Notebook: Molina appointed City Councilor, next week is “Farm Bureau Week”
Carla Gunn, Vice-Mayor, was appointed as the GO Bond Committee Chair by Mayor Henderson, who will also remain a member.
The First medical marijuana and agricultural testing laboratory in Creek County is taking residence in Sapulpa
The medical testing lab was approved by the Sapulpa City Council to move forward with several conditions.
Martin wins national Volunteer Award
“While his visible contributions are many, his behind-the-scenes commitment to our citizens make Lou a true unsung hero.”
Sapulpa City Council addresses misinformation campaign regarding 2-cent sales tax
The flyer—which contains inaccurate information regarding city council candidates and the 2-cent sales tax renewal, has been described as “an attempt to inject partisan politics into the city.”