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  • City adopts resolution regarding Lake Thunderbird

    At last night’s meeting the City Council unanimously adopted a resolution which is against the implementation of any type of augmentation project utilizing wastewater discharge for Lake Thunderbird, Midwest City’s primary drinking water supply.  Read more.

  • City battles migration of Egret birds

    For several years, Midwest City has been fighting a battle to keep Egret birds from roosting in the city each spring. According to officials, this spring is no different. Read more.

  • City provides residents with spring cleaning disposal options

    Spring is officially here and with that comes a lot of spring property cleaning in and around your home and businesses. The city would like to remind residents of a couple of effective ways to dispose of your cleaning debris. Read more.

  • Updated information on Automated Meter Reader Installation

    The following article was originally written and distributed to Midwest City residents in September 2014.  It pertains to very important information regarding the new automated meter readers that are currently being installed throughout the community.  To date, approximately 5,500 of the meters have been installed at residences.Please take a moment to read this information again. Read more.

  • Midwest City to premiere latest sports craze – Footgolf

    Footgolf, one of the latest National sports crazes is coming to Midwest City! To kick off this new sport, the Midwest City Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a grand opening for the new Footgolf course on Thursday, April 9, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.  Read more.

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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.

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