Posted on: December 14, 2017

Danforth Road Overlay to Begin on Wednesday, December 20

Work to resurface a one-half mile section of Danforth Road is slated to begin Wednesday, December 20th. The project is expected to take approximately one and one-half weeks with cooperative weather.

The area of Danforth Road to be resurfaced is from the we...

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Posted on: December 5, 2017

Urban Forestry Seeks Foster-A-Tree Participants

Foster-A-Tree

The Edmond Urban Forestry department has more than 60 trees currently available through the Foster-A-Tree program. Any resident living within Edmond City limits on a publicly maintained street can sign up to have a tree planted in the street right-of-way ...

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Posted on: December 1, 2017

City of Edmond Seeks Applications for Non-Profit Funding Assistance

The City of Edmond’s Community Agency Review Commission (CARC) is now accepting applications from eligible non-profits for 2018 funding assistance. The commission annually reviews applications from Edmond agencies providing valuable services to ...

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Posted on: November 21, 2017

City of Edmond Brings Holiday Cheer

Edmond Electric’s Luminance kickoff and the annual Mayor’s Tree Lighting are set for Saturday, December 2 at Mitch Park. Residents and visitors can join together at the Mitch Park baseball fields for the festivities that begin at 6:00 ...

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Posted on: November 20, 2017

Spring Creek Trail Opens to Public on Thanksgiving

The long-awaited opening of Spring Creek Trail to the public is set for Thursday, November 23rd. At this time, users can only access the trail from Arcadia Lake’s Spring Creek Park located at 7200 East 15th Street.

“We are excited for this trail to open,” ...

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Posted on: November 13, 2017

It’s the Holiday Cooking Season – And Time to Remember our FOG Program

FOG

The City of Edmond’s FOG program helps homeowners learn to properly dispose of fats, oils and grease.

“These few simple tips will help you avoid a sewer back-up in your home. Not only is a sewer back-up unpleasant and unsanitary, the cl...

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Posted on: October 27, 2017

2018 City of Edmond Calendars Now Available

The 2018 City of Edmond calendars are now available for Edmond residents. The calendars are free and can be picked up at most city offices including Utility Customer Service, the City First building, Public Works, the Downtown Community Center as well as ...

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Posted on: October 26, 2017

Residents & Businesses Urged to Winterize Irrigation Systems

With freezing temperatures coming, Edmond city officials are reminding residents and businesses to winterize irrigation systems and to disconnect water hoses. Without winterizing, irrigation systems often leak water into the streets and sidewalks, wasting...

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Posted on: September 22, 2017

Historic Edmond Armory Building Set for Temporary Closure

The historic Edmond Armory building located at 431 South Boulevard is set for temporary closure beginning October 21, 2017 and running through January 2, 2018.  The building, owned by the City of Edmond, currently houses the Edmond Historical Soc...

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Posted on: September 22, 2017

I-35 narrows at US-77/SH-66/Second St. in Edmond beginning Monday

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I-35 will be narrowed between US-77/SH-66/Second St. (mm 141) in Edmond and N.E. 122nd St. (mm 137) beginning Monday, Sept. 25, for pavement rehabilitation through summer 2018. Motorists are strongly encouraged to plan for an alternate ...

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Posted on: February 24, 2017

City of Edmond Citizens’ Traffic Questionnaire Results

The City of Edmond recently sought input from citizens regarding traffic in the community.  Over a two week period, a special website form was available for citizens to share their top three traffic hot spots. During the time period of January 9...Read on... Heat Map News Releases