City officials have announced the decision to leave Fire Department Station 6, located at 8750 S.E. 15th ST, open at this time. Read more.
The city of Midwest City is installing two HAWK beacons (High-Intensity Activated crosswalk) traffic control devices used to stop road traffic and allow pedestrians to cross safely. The purpose of a HAWK beacon is to allow protected pedestrian crossings, stopping traffic only as needed. They are typically installed in areas where standard three-color traffic signal lights are not practical.
A $2.6 million intersection reconstruction project is scheduled to start Monday at S.E. 29th St. and Air Depot Blvd. Read more.
Utilizing a $75,000 grant from the Midwest City Hospital Authority Board of Grantors and funding of $75,000 from the city of Midwest City, the Boys & Girls Club of OK County will begin a new after school program later this month at Tel Star Elementary School. Read more.
Registration has begun for the upcoming Class 36 of the MWC Citizen's Police Academy. Classes begin Sept. 3.
Citing a need for the Midwest City Fire Department to create a plan for a more sustainable financial future while continuing to provide residents the quality of service they expect and deserve, Fire Chief Bert Norton has recommended to city officials that the department be reorganized, effective September 1, 2015. 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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