News from Moore

  • Trail of Fears Haunted Trail

    Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 8:00pm to 11:00pm

    Trail Of Fears – Volunteers Needed:  

    If you are energetic and looking for some fun, then bring your best scare tactics to our Trail of Fears.  You must be at least 18 years of age.  Call 793-5090 and ask for Chris for more information.

    Trail Of Fears at Little River Park is Moore’s outdoor haunted attraction.  When the night falls, these woods turn into a 1/3 of a mile winding haunted trail with creatures lurking around every corner.  Read More » about Trail of Fears Haunted Trail

  • Volunteers Needed for Little River Park Trail of Fears

    Moore Parks and Recreation Department is looking for volunteers to help us with The Little River Park Trail of Fears.  If you are energetic and looking for some fun, then bring your best scare tactics to our Trail of Fears.  You must be 18 years of age.  For more information please call Chris Villani at 793-5090 or e-mail at cvillani@cityofmoore.com Read More » about Volunteers Needed for Little River Park Trail of Fears

  • 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

  • Parks Improvement Projects

    August 2014 Status Report 

    Veterans Park

    • Pavilion completed. Patrons can now rent pavilion (6 tables under pavilion)

    Little River Park

    • Playground is completed (opened week of July 28th)

    Buck Thomas Park

    • Tennis Court project was bid and approved by City Council
    • The 4 new courts will replace the ones at Fairmoore Park. 
    • Construction should start in early September with an anticipated completion date in late Fall (weather permitting)

    Central Park

    • Water and sewer lines are being installed on property
    • Site work is still ongoing
    • Work has started on the access drives and parking lots on the property
  • Moore Water Conservation and Rationing Information

    WATER CONSERVATION MEASURES

    Watering schedules are now in place.

    Oklahoma City, Moore and surrounding communities have implemented Progressive Water Conservation Stages. Mandatory odd/even watering (Stage 1) is now permanently in effect. If the drought worsens, additional conservation measures will take effect.

    How does odd/even watering work? It's simple. Read More » about Moore Water Conservation and Rationing Information

  • Utility Rates to increase with billing after June 30, 2014

    The City Council has approved utility rate changes effective with billings after June 30, 2014:

    Those with consumption less than 20,000 gallons per month will see a $3.00 per month increase in water rates.

    Residents using greater than 20,000 gallons of water per month – new rate per thousand gallons is $5.23 up from the current rate of $3.30. The new rate matches the charge for purchased water from the City of Oklahoma City. Read More » about Utility Rates to increase with billing after June 30, 2014

  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors Now Available

    Locke Supply has made a generous one time donation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors. They are available to City of Moore residents at no cost and can be picked up at any of the Moore Fire stations. (While Supplies Last)  Read More » about Carbon Monoxide Detectors Now Available

  • Stan Drake Celebrates Forty Years of Service

    Assistant City Manager Stan Drake

    On June 6, 1974 Stan Drake started working for the City of Moore.  After starting as a meter reader Stan has moved up the ranks. Stan currently serves as the Assistant City Manager. He oversees various departments of the city including public works, community development, public utilities, parks and recreation, and special projects dealing with the city’s infrastructure. 

    On June 6, 2014 Stan was joined by his family and friends for a luncheon hosted by his co-workers at Moore City Hall.  Read More » about Stan Drake Celebrates Forty Years of Service

  • $75,000 grant adds 300 trees to Moore’s Little River Park

    June 3, 2014 - A $75,000 grant from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is helping to restore trees throughout Moore’s Little River Park that took a direct hit by the May 20, 2013 tornado. At a special event today, the 100th tree was planted, signifying the end of phase one of the grant. Phase two will occur in fall 2014 and will add 200 trees. The grant is through the Margaret Annis Boys Trust, a permanent endowment fund administered by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation. Read More » about $75,000 grant adds 300 trees to Moore’s Little River Park

  • The Home Depot Foundation assists Moore

    June 2, 2014 - On May 21, 2014 more than 100 volunteers from Team Depot, The Home Depot’s associate-led volunteer force, partnered with 20 volunteers from Team Rubicon to complete three beautification projects in Moore one year after a tornado devastated the area. Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams in areas struck by natural disasters. Read More » about The Home Depot Foundation assists Moore