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  • City receives findings report regarding recent Community Survey

    The city of Midwest City has received the findings report regarding the recent community survey that was conducted during August and September by ETC Institutes, one of the nation’s leading governmental research firms. The seven page survey was sent to 2,000 randomly selected homes from throughout the city and asked questions pertaining to approximately 50 areas of current city government and services. Out of the surveys mailed, 491 were returned.

  • December 8 - 10 set for filing dates for office of Mayor

    Congratulations to former Mayor Jack Fry on winning his bid for the Oklahoma State Senate. With his resignation we will be having a special election on February 10th, 2015 to find a person willing to serve the remainder of his term of office that will expire on the first Monday after the general election date in 2018. Read more.

  • Thanksgiving Holiday Sanitation and City Hall Schedules Announced

    Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the city's sanitation schedule has changed.  Read more.

  • MWC Welcome Center offers specialty gift items for travelers and local alike

    Located on SE 29th ST and Mid-America Boulevard, the Midwest City Welcome Center is a convenient and friendly stop for travelers driving along Interstate 40 who are looking for a good cup of hot coffee or the most up-to-date travel information regarding local attractions and those across the state.Visitors are always greeted with a warm welcome by a trained volunteer or staff person waiting to answer questions about travel in and around the state. Read more.

  • 2014 Holiday Lights Spectacular to host opening ceremony and walk-through event

     

     

    Christmas is in the air in Midwest City as the annual Holiday Lights Spectacular is set to open this Thursday, November 20, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Special entertainment will be presented by the Mid-Del Elementary Choir, who will get the crowd in the holiday spirit by singing a variety of Christmas songs. In addition, a special visitor from the north, Santa Claus, will make a special appearance to help turn on the lights at the event.  Read more.

  • National Weather Service releases helpful information on preparing for winter weather

    The National Weather Service has released the following helpful information regarding preparing for winter weather.  Please click here for all the details.  

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City No Longer Providing Public Storm Shelters

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.