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Beginning Monday May 13, 2019, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
On Monday, May 13, City Hall will begin new lobby hours of 8:30-4:30, Monday thru Friday. Our change in hours is due to changes in our operations dealing with customer transactions and how we update various software systems during the day. The change in h...
The City of Sallisaw will hold a “Chunk Your Junk” day on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. This event is for getting rid of junk that is easily hauled and handled by one person.
We will have dumpsters set up to the west of the Sallisaw Electric Department just north of the railroad tracks off of North Elm Street. All unloading will be supervised by city personnel.
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs has announced they have secured federal funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to construct the new Veterans Center in Sallisaw.
Design for the new facility will begin in mid-April, and the Department of Veterans Affairs plans to model it after the facility in Lawton. Center could be operational in less than three years.
Agreements and other items related to the new Vetera...
The City of Sallisaw has awarded a construction contract for the new Jay Reynolds Park Splash Pad.
On Thursday, March 14th, the Board of City Commissioners awarded a construction contract to Creative Design Pools, LLC of Ft. Smith, Arkansas for the construction of the new splash pad at Jay Reynolds Park. The awarded contract amount was $272,...
Local control, reliability, community service, investing in our community.
Did you know that the Sallisaw electric system provides revenue for crucial city services such as police, fire, streets and parks? Every time a light comes on, you invest in your community.
Sanitary sewer backups can be caused by any number of factors. The most common of these include grease accumulation, solid materials, storm water through uncovered or broken lines and tree roots.
The disposal of any item, other than human waste and toilet paper, into the sanitary sewer system can cause blockages. These blockages can lead to unfortunate backups into homes or overflows into streets. Reduce your risk, and the risk...