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The Sallisaw NOW Coalition has been awarded a $2 million grant from the Federal Department of Health and Human Services.
The purpose of the FR-CARA (First Responders-Comprehensive Addiction & Recovery Act) grant is to deliver addiction and recovery training and supplies to first responders and other key community sectors in Sequoyah County. The award is for $5...
The Board of City Commissioners have approved a new curb side, bulk trash pickup program. At their September 9, 2019 board meeting, the Commission approved a new policy allowing city staff to make changes to waste services provided to the community.
With the recent purchase of a new grapple truck, the city will now bring back curb side pickup services, but on a more controlled basis. The new program will also eliminate the free disposal by city residents at the city landfill. The ...
The Sallisaw NOW Coalition was recently awarded the Partnerships for Success Grant. This project will serve youth ages of 9-20 in Sequoyah County, and totals $1.5 million over a 5 year span.
The Board of City Commissioners recently adopted changes to ordinances related to how the Sallisaw Municipal Airport is operated.
These changes are meant to clarify operations and to prepare for future expansion of the airport.
The City of Sallisaw has completed the purchase of over 90 acres of property west of U.S. Highway 59 South and south of Drake Road for the new Oklahoma Veterans Center.
Sallisaw, Oklahoma (July 1, 2019) – The City of Sallisaw has completed the purchase of over 90 acres of property west of U.S. Highway 59 South and south of Drake Road for the new Oklahoma Veterans Center. The purchase of the property w...
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Did you know that the Sallisaw electric system provides revenue for crucial city services such as police, fire, streets and parks? Every time a light comes on, you invest in your community.
Sanitary sewer backups can be caused by any number of factors. The most common of these include grease accumulation, solid materials, storm water through uncovered or broken lines and tree roots.
The disposal of any item, other than human waste and toilet paper, into the sanitary sewer system can cause blockages. These blockages can lead to unfortunate backups into homes or overflows into streets. Reduce your risk, and the risk...