News from Moore

  • Summer Camps 2015

    Learn more about our camps and programs! Click here to learn more and Register Online

    All Camps will be held at the Moore Community Center  - 793-5090
    Mad Science Camp

    When:  June 22nd - June 26th ;
    Where:  Moore Community Center
    Time:  9:00am – Noon
    Ages:  6 to 11 years
    Fee:  $100.00 per person

    When school is out, Mad Science is in. Your child can continue to learn even when school is out, and won't even realize it because "We have fun down to a science."

     Extreme Animals Camp

    When:  Camp I:  June 22nd - June 26th ;
                 Camp II:  July 20th - July 24th
    Where:  Moore Community Center
    Time:  9:00am – Noon
    Ages:  7 to 12 years
    Fee:  $115.00 with T-Shirt
    Get ready for a wildly entertaining experience!  Get up close and personal with endangered species, creepy crawlies and more! You will also learn about different habits and create different types of arts and crafts that relate to those species and their habits.    

     Discovery Camp
    When:  Monday July 27th - Friday July 31st (with overnight at Little River Park) ;
    Where:  Moore Community Center
    Time:  9:00am - Noon
    Age:  3rd grade – 8th grade
    Fee:  $100.00 with T-shirt
    Does your child enjoy special projects and experiments? If you said “YES”, then this 3 day camp is for your child. Come build over a dozen different motorized models from an Erector 65 piece set.  Instructor and students will participate in multiple experiments that are fun and educational.

     Abrakadoodle OKC Art Camp

    When:  I.  June 15th - June 19th - 9:00am - Noon
    II.  July 6th - July 10th ; 9:00am - Noon and 1:00pm - 4:00pm - Lunch Included if purchase both camps (No Discount)
    Where:  Moore Community Center
    Ages:  7 to 14
    Cost:  $90.00 Maximum:  15 for the class
    Abrakadoodle OKC Art Camp explores Crayola’s fabulous products!  Create colorful paintings, imaginative drawings and unique sculptures using Crayola watercolors, Model Magic, paints and more!         

  • Tornado Recovery

    Due to the widespread devastation from the May 20, 2013 tornado, the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded $52.2 million to help with the recovery of the City of Moore through the Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Program. The CDBG-DR program is designed to support long-term disaster recovery efforts in areas with the greatest extent of ‘unmet need.’ CDBG-DR grants are intended to address housing, business and infrastructure needs beyond those met by other forms of public and private assistance.

  • CDBG Public Service Grant Application

    We are pleased to announce that the 2015 City of Moore CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) Applications are now available.

    Applications for Public Services will be available and submitted online only.

    To be ELIGIBLE, applicant organizations should provide public services programs to meet basic, emergency human needs, provide preventative programs promoting the highest degree of functioning achievable, and/or provide assistance to other agencies meeting basic human needs. City‐ funded services must assist eligible City of Moore residents.

    APPLICATIONS ARE DUE: May 4, 2015 at 4:00p.m.

    NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE.  Applications received after May 4, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. or incomplete applications WILL NOT be accepted. As a courtesy, City of Moore Staff will review eligibility to prospective applicants before May 4, 2015.

    The application will be submitted online only. A login will be required for security and accessibility. You may save and come back to the application at a later time.
    An Application Workshop will also be held on Thursday, April 9, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. The Workshop will be located at Moore City Hall at 301 N. Broadway Moore, OK 73160 inside the council chambers.

    Visit: to complete and submit the 2015-2016 Public Service Application. The applicant will create a user name and password before starting the application. The applicant may save a draft and come back to complete at a later time.

  • Install. Inspect. Protect.

    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.

  • Forum to Address Tornado Claims & Tax Issues

    Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 6:30pm

    Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak is offering tornado survivors the opportunity to get help with their insurance claim and learn what tax deductions they may be eligible for during a Feb. 20 forum in Moore. The forum will take place at 6:30 p.m. in Rooms A & B of the Moore Public Library, 225 S. Howard Ave.

  • Burn Ban Information

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


  • Planning Commission Meeting Canceled

    Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 7:00pm

    The regular Moore Planning Commission Meeting scheduled for September 9, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the City Council Chambers, 301 N. Broadway, Moore, Oklahoma, has been canceled due to a lack of agenda items.


  • Moore Medical Center Emergency Services Now Open

    December 3, 2013 - Moore Medical Center Emergency Services, a freestanding emergency room, located at the former Moore Medical Center site is now open. The building is a modular or temporary one, but it looks and functions exactly as any other emergency department. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • We Remember

    November 20, 2013 - Today we remember the devastation of May 20th and the loss our community suffered.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the families who lost loved ones.   We also pause to look towards the future and hold out hope that our community will continue to be resilient and steadfast in its recovery. We will build back better and stronger.  #MooreStrong

  • Moore named to "America's Best Small Cities to Move To" List

    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.