Jurors from Oklahoma and Arkansas selected the Rose District because of its unique identity, cultural interest, community involvement, and a sustainable vision for tomorrow.
Residents may pick up a free jug to collect used cooking oil at Broken Arrow City Hall, 220 S. First Street.
On Tuesday, November 10, City of Broken Arrow voters overwhelmingly approved renewal of the expiring Vision 2025 sales tax to hire more police officers, firefighters and fix Broken Arrow roads.
A grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency covers two years of salaries and benefits for nine new firefighters.
Residents who wish to appeal revisions to the map must contact Jeff Bigby, Floodplain Administrator. Comments will be accepted in person at the Operations Building or by calling 918-259-7000 ext. 5242 until 4:00 p.m. on December 9, 2015.