September 24, 2015
Citizens and Business Owners of Midwest City,
By now some of you have seen the billboard on S.E. 15th Street and Ocama that accuses Mayor Jay Dee Collins, a retired 30-year veteran of the Midwest City Police Department, and City Manager Guy Henson of not caring about public safety. Nothing could be further from the truth. Read more.
Economic development is but one critical component that keeps a community moving forward. It drives new business, helps retain and expand existing businesses, creates quality jobs and yields positive results. These efforts help create new tax dollars, which are increasingly important in a time where citizens demand more from city government than just basic services. Read more.
The City of Midwest City has just learned that they are the recipient of the Outstanding Community Initiative program, from the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Planning Association (OK-APA). Read more.
To the citizens of Midwest City and specifically those who live in the area of Fire Station 1, 8201 E. Reno Ave,
There is a sign posted across the street from Fire Station 1 and City Hall. It sits on the corner of Reno and Thorton. Read more.
Sales tax revenue drives the economy in Midwest City. When we shop and spend our money here, the city is allowed to collect 3.85% of the total sales tax, which is 8.35%. The remaining 4.5% goes to the State. 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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