Posted on: March 22, 2017

Spring Is Here!

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Spring has arrived in Oklahoma! Now that spring is here so is the opportunity for us to have stormy weather. The City of Sallisaw and the Grand River Dam Authority would like to share some weather safety tips for our customers.

Click the link below to view sever weather information 

Severe Weather Information
Posted on: February 14, 2017

City Commissioners Adopt Resolution Opposing Sale of GRDA Assets

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At their February meeting of the Sallisaw Board of City Commissioners, the Board adopted a resolution opposing the sale of the Grand River Dam Authority assets.

The Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) is a state-owned, non-appropriated, non-profit utility that provides power to Northeast Oklahoma from hydroelectric, coal, gas and wind generation.  If provides power for 24 counties in Oklahoma and three othe...

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Resolution Oposing Sale of GRDA Assets
Posted on: November 15, 2016

City Adopts New Itinerant Vendor Ordinace and Permit Fee

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The City of Sallisaw recently adopted a new Itinerant Vendor ordinance for vendors who engage in a temporary business within the city limits.

The new ordinance applies to "Transient" or "Itinerant" vendors who engage in a temporary business of selling and delivering goods, wares and merchandise within the City of Sallisaw.

Please visit the link below for more information ...Read on...

Itinerant Vendor Page
Posted on: August 24, 2016

New Leachate Lagoon Ready to Collect Water Runoff at Landfill Facility

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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 water ...

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Posted on: October 1, 2015

New Fee Payment System Operational At Brushy Lake Park

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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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