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The first case of COVID-19 has now been confirmed for Sequoyah County.
With this confirmation, we request our citizens and businesses review the amended emergency proclamation issued on March 25, 2020, and familiarize themselves with the requirement that all non-essential type businesses be closed. This is effectiv...
The City of Sallisaw, has amended the emergency proclamation related to COVID-19. We are following the protocol set out by the State of Oklahoma, following Governor Stitt’s amendment to Executive Order 2020-07.
We continue to monitor the latest updates and will do our very best to keep our citizens informed.
“We are taking these steps for the health and well being of our citizens. We ask all citizens to follow the guidelines set out....
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs has released the environmental assessment for the new Sallisaw Veterans Center.
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs (ODVA) proposes to construct a new State Veterans Center in cooperation with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (USVA) south of Sallisaw off of State Highway 59 South.
The document can be...
In response to the current COVID-19 event, the City of Sallisaw will be closing city hall to the public as of 2:00 pm, Friday March 20, 2020. This is a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of the public and city hall employees.
Closing of city hall will be evaluated on a day to day basis up through April 6, 2020.
To conduct business with the City of Sallisaw during this period please follow the guidelines listed in our press release (see link below)
The City of Sallisaw has announced it will suspend all utility and DiamondNet disconnects temporarily from March 18, 2020 to April 6, 2020. At the end of this period, the disconnection process will be re-evaluated.
Also, the City will waive any late payment penalties incurred from March 18 through April 6. We urge customers to pay as much as they can on their utility bills to keep from falling too far behind. If you are unable to pay your utility...
At the March 9, 2020 meeting of the Board of City Commissioners, Resolution 2020-05 was approved, modifying electric rates in the City of Sallisaw. These changes were made after a thorough Electric Cost of Service Study, recently completed by the City.
As approved on March 9th, the City of Sallisaw will embark on a five-year plan of rate adjustments, with each adjustment being implemented during the month of March for years 2020 through 2024. The first adjustment will be reflected on your Apr...
Local control, reliability, community service, investing in our community.
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.