Posted on: September 2, 2016

New Channel 19 Coming to DiamondNet


DiamondNet is excited to announce a new Channel 19. Through a new partnership with The Mix 105.1, the new Channel 19 will officially launch on September 2 with the broadcast of the Sallisaw Black Diamonds vs. Catoosa Indians high school football game.

Along with Channel 19, DiamondNet has also launched a High Definition version on channel 819. The City of Sallisaw, Sallisaw Municipal Authority and the Mix 105.1 are excited about this opportunity to expand the programming on Channel 19 and we believe o...Read on...

Posted on: August 26, 2016

Purchases Approved at August 8 Council Meeting Saves City Over $175,000


Recent purchases presented by city staff and approved by the City Council resulted in savings of over $175,000.

The purchase of a 2007 clean, low mileage/low hours digger derrick from Altec Industries of Birmingham, AL was approved for the electric department. The purchase amount was $69,900. These units can cost as much as $190,000 new. Staff was able to find t...Read on...

Posted on: August 24, 2016

New Leachate Lagoon Ready to Collect Water Runoff at Landfill Facility


The City of Sallisaw recently completed construction of a new 6 acre leachate collection system at the city landfill facility

The new collection system and lagoon will collect water, mostly rain water, that drains down through the landfill system. The water is collected in collection lines at the bottom of the landfill and then pumped to the holding lagoon. From there the wate...Read on...

Posted on: August 24, 2016

New Animal Facility Open for Business


The new Sallisaw Animal Control Facility is now open in its original location in the Sallisaw Industrial Park off of South Opdyke Street.

The animal shelter's new home is a dramatic improvement over the past building. The new 4,000 square footage facility houses 13 animal runs with 13 outside pens, with room for future expansion. There are enclosures for large animals as well. The smalle...Read on...

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Posted on: October 1, 2015

New Fee Payment System Operational At Brushy Lake Park


A new way to pay camping fees has been installed at Brushy Lake Park and is now operational. The fee station can be found at the entrance to the park next to the maintenance building (look for the flag pole).

Campsite Fees:
Campsites $15.00 per nightPavilions $50.00 per night, or $25.00 day use. Please contact City Hall to reserve the pavilion.

Camping Fee Instructions
1. Select an empty campsite and complete the requested information on the envelope....Read on...

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