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    Please be advised there is someone targeting the elderly by calling them to say that their grandson or grandchild is stuck in Mexico and need money wired to them.  This is a scam.  If you receive such a phone call, please do not send money.

  • Police Department to sponsor Golf Ball Drop for Special Olympics

    The Midwest City Police Department is once again selling tickets for the annual Golf Ball Drop fundraiser contest. The person with the winning golf ball will receive one-half of the earnings from the sale with the other half of the earnings going to Special Olympics. The event will take place on November 14, beginning at 10:00 a.m.  Read more.

  • Fire Department participating in Energizer smoke alarm battery give-away

    The Midwest City Fire Department is one of 20 fire departments selected nationwide by the Energizer battery company to participate in a battery give-away project, entitled Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® and help to remind residents to change their smoke alarm batteries. The event is being co-sponsored by Dollar General Stores.The event is scheduled for October 30, from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Read more.

  • Information regarding the new Automated Meter Reading System

    The City Council recently approved a $5.1 million contract with Utility Technology Service, Inc. (UTS) for the installation and implementation of a city-wide automated meter reading (AMR) system using advanced metering infrastructure (AMI). Read more.

  • MWC Literacy Link receives grant

    The Midwest City Literacy Link received a $10,000 grant from the OK Department of Libraries, announced John Amicon, Director. The check was presented to the program by House District 101 Representative Gary Banz, who commended the program for its efforts in providing basic literacy instruction to local citizens.  Read more.

  • Sr. Center to feature new band, Killin'Time

    The Midwest City Sr. Center has announced they will begin featuring a new band for their Thursday night dances, Killin' Time, beginning October 23. 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.

2014-15 MWC Hospital Authority Grant Information & Application - Please click here.


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