As a follow-up to a comprehensive community survey that was taken last fall, the Street Department wants to hear specific concerns residents may have in the areas of street safety and maintenance. Read more.
The City of Midwest City has received the official testing results of its drinking water from the Department of Environment Quality (DEQ) for the first quarter of 2015. Read more.
The city of Midwest City, in partnership with OG&E, will be giving away 5 gallon mixed variety trees on Saturday, March 28 to Midwest City residents who are in the first 150 residents to register online. Read more.
This past December, the Environmental Services Department notified citizens of a violation of drinking water standards that occurred at one of the eight water testing sites during the third quarter of 2014. The violation was a result of the quarterly testing of trihalomethanes (TTHM) at the site located at SE 29th ST and Post Road which indicated a level of 182 parts per billion. The acceptable level is 80 parts per billion. Read more.
Community Services Director, Vaughn Sullivan, has announced that Midwest City has recently become an affiliate member of Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB). Read more.
The Grants Management Department, along with the Midwest City Neighborhoods in Action is once again offering an opportunity to have your federal and state income taxes prepared for free by IRS qualified volunteers. Read more.
Effective January 1, 2013, the city of Midwest City will no longer make available public storm shelters. City officials are urging residents to plan and prepare now for severe weather that may occur in the future.
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