Government

The City of Moore is governed by a council-manager form of government.
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ARRA Stimulus Projects

On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) into law. Although the act touches many areas of interest, such as health care and education, it also provides a unique opportunity for local governments to improve public infrastructure and begin taking steps towards a more cost-efficient, sustainable, and responsible way of doing business. The ARRA places a high importance on the following initiatives: Read More » about ARRA Stimulus Projects

Boards & Commissions

The City of Moore has numerous boards and commissions which provide authority, oversight, and review to many of the City's functions. These boards generally consist of three to nine members, which are citizens of the City, elected officials, and/or city employees. Official meeting times, locations, and agendas for all board meetings are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall. Except in cases of emergency meetings, these notices are posted at least 2 days prior to the meeting. All board meetings are open to the public. Read More » about Boards & Commissions

City Bids

The City of Moore accepts bids/quotes for various services and products. A completed bid must have a W-9 signed by the bidding company. Open bid items are shown below.

Please contact the City's purchasing agent, Carol Folsom at 793-5023 with questions. Read More » about City Bids

City Budget & Audit

By law,each city in Oklahoma is required to formulate and approve a balanced budget by its governing body. The FY  12/13 City of Moore Budget is included below. The fiscal year begins July 1st and ends June 30th. The prior year City of Moore Budget is also available and shown below. For quicker download time the budgets are divided into separate parts.

Annual City Audit

The City of Moore undergoes an annual audit to examine city expenses and revenue and review financial policies.  Read More » about City Budget & Audit

City Council

The City of Moore is governed by a council-manager form of government.

The City Council consists of Mayor, who is elected at-large, and six council members, who are elected from three wards (districts) of the City. The Mayor is head of the city government for all ceremonial purposes, and should the need arise, is the government head for purposes of military law. He has no regular administrative duties other than in signing written obligations of the City as the Council may require. Read More » about City Council

City Hall

Moore City Hall originated in the 1940’s at 117 E. Main Street. A long narrow red brick building with a one-bay garage that housed one fire truck. City Hall itself was two rooms, about the size of a garage.

Sometime between 1965 and 1970, an addition was built on the east side of the existing City Hall. This addition had a place for council meetings and more citizens began to attend. In a year or two, the original building was razed and a two-story fire and police office building was added. A formal council chamber/court room was built on the second floor. Read More » about City Hall

City Manager

Steve Eddy

Appointed by the City Council, the City Manager is the chief executive officer of the City.

The City Manager coordinates and directs City activities, carries out policies set by the City Council and exercises control over all aspects of employment of City employees except those appointed by the City Council. Read More » about City Manager

City Wards

Click on dynamic map above or view as a PDF by clicking HERE.

The City of Moore is divided into three wards for purposes of City Council representation. The wards are redistricted ("redrawn") every ten years after the Federal census, with the intent to provide as equal representation by population as possible.

 

Council Meetings and Agendas

Regular meetings of the Moore City Council, Moore Public Works Authority, and the Moore Risk Management Board are held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. (In the event of the regular meeting falling on a holiday, the meeting will be on the next following business day.) City Council meetings begin at 6:30 pm; MPWA meetings are immediately following City Council; and Risk Management Board meetings are immediately following the MPWA. Read More » about Council Meetings and Agendas

Employment Opportunities

Are you looking for a new career?  Check out the employment opportunities at the City of Moore.  Read More » about Employment Opportunities

Forms and Permits

This is a collection of all the forms, applications, permits, and other documents that may be downloaded from the City of Moore website. Click on any item to save it to your computer.

Precincts and Voting Locations

The current voting precincts and City Council wards are shown in a map on the file attached to this page. The map was updated in February 2012.

www.clevelandcountyelectionboard.com

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Contacts

How to Contact the City of Moore

The City of Moore offices are located at:

Phone: (405) 793-5000
Address: 301 N. Broadway, Moore OK 73160-5130
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Monday-Friday - excluding holidays

Police & Fire Departments:

Phone: Emergency fire, police, and medical services are available 24-hours by calling 9-1-1 or (405) 799-4357.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. - Monday-Friday - excluding holidays Read More » about Contacts