News from Moore

  • 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.

  • Traffic Engineering Consultants, Inc. (TEC) was asked by the City of Moore to update a traffic study completed in 2008. Major development has and is occurring in an area both north and south of SW 19th Street. The recent tornado, while destructive, afforded the opportunity for additional redevelopment. The update to the 2008 study includes an expanded study area and a more detailed analysis of the traffic impacts of additional development to the roadway system.

  • Moore is joining Oklahoma City and has 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. To Learn More click here. 

  • March 2015 Status Report

    Central Park

    • Aquatic Park is under construction - underground work is in progress for pool and pipes.
    • Recreation Center - Framing is being completed on the building.
    • Farmers Market and Amphitheater - under construction

    Buck Thomas Park

  • On December 11, 2013 the design team from Oklahoma based TAP Architecture unveiled the designs for the new Moore Recreation Center and Aquatic Facility that will be located at a new park located along Broadway Ave in the heart of Moore. Ground was broken at a public ceremony on May 9, 2014.

    The facility will cover approximately 107,000 square feet. The Recreation Center will be 52,311sf, Recreation Center/Aquatics Support building is 7,415sf, and the Aquatics Facility is 47,229sf.  We estimate that these projects will be completed in the Fall of 2015 or early 2016.
     

  • MOORE, Okla (March 17, 2014). – Homeowners in Moore will have a better chance against the fury of Mother Nature thanks to the City’s adoption of new residential building codes. The Moore City Council voted unanimously Monday night to adopt the new codes based on research and proven engineering technology proposed by civil engineers Chris Ramseyer and Lisa Holliday. The new building codes mark the City of Moore as the first city in the nation to adopt building codes that focus on the tornadic impact on homes.

  • More than 3,000 people die in home fires each year in the United States; most of whom are in homes without a working smoke alarm. To prevent these deaths, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), a division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is sponsoring a nationwide Install. Inspect. Protect. Campaign designed to raise awareness about how working, properly installed smoke alarms can lower a person’s chances of dying in a fire. Moore Fire Department is supporting this critical effort to reduce injuries and the loss of life.

  • Stay up-to-date with the latest Burn Ban information in Oklahoma. 

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  • November 12, 2013 - In the past year, Movoto Real Estate has ranked cities of all sizes across a variety of criteria—some serious and some decidedly not. Recently, we took a look at the 10 best suburbs in the country, but these were mostly larger cities centered around the 25 biggest metro areas in the nation. For our latest ranking, we’re going smaller in scale and shedding some light on the 10 best small cities in America to move to.

  • Aging Services, Inc. needs volunteers at the Moore Brand Senior Center to deliver meals to our home bound residents. If you would like to volunteer please call Darlene at 793-9069.