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       McLoud Police Department - 964-3325  NON EMERGENCY - Monday - Friday - 9 am - 5 pm ONLY

              408 W. Broadway, McLoud, OK. 74851

    EMERGENCY - 964-3373

               McLoud Fire Department 964-4005

              CITY LIMITS MAP

              SAFE CITIES REPORT

                SNOW ROUTES - McLoud, OK.


McLoud Circa 1940
McLoud Blackberry Festival Circa 1950

                                         PAY ONLINE                     PAY ONLINE

                  COURT TRAFFIC PAYMENT ONLINE  COURT PAY ONLINE

            

City of McLoud WELCOMES FIRELAKE EXPRESS GROCERY - S. McLoud Road and 74th Street (Parkwood) just off I-40 at exit #176

  • Firelake Express Grocery April 25 2016 grand opening

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

Pierce Ladder Truck purchased from Bethany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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       chamber@mcloudchamber.com

                  McLoud Blackberry Festival - July 1st and 2nd -  McLoud High School Sports Complex 1280 W Seikel Street - contact 964-6566 CHAMBER OFFICE

 

 

 

 

                              McLoud,Oklahoma 

 107 N. Main Street, McLoud, OK  74851
        Mailing address:
          P.O. Box 300, McLoud, OK  74851-0300

            (405) 964-5264 or  fax (405) 964-5244

 

Founded 1895

      Happy 121st Birthday

June 21, 1895 to June 21, 2016

Excerpt from "Localized History of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma to 1907" by Charles W. Mooney (as published by the McLoud Historical Society Newsletter  - http://www.mcloudhistoricalsociety.org/

"THE TOWN OF McLOUD first started on the north side of the river by a few homesteaders who made the second run in the county, the Kickapoo run of May 23, 1895.  It was called a 'Shacktown', where there was one store and some whiskey peddlers.  Chief 'Wahpahoka' was the Kickapoo Chief near here in 1894.  The spring flood then moved them to higher ground on the south side of the river near present McLoud.  The first official evidence of the town's beginning happened only 29 days after the Kickapoo run for homesteads, when on June 21, 1895, the deed was filed from E. J. Kelly, then owner of the land, to the McLoud Townsite, and the survey made by J. S. Wilkinson was filed on record the next day. The land had originally been a part of the homestead of Shade Vanhoozer who received his patent from the U.S.A. Wm. P. Vanhoozer (1828-Va.) nd Shade Vanhoozer, along wih the John A. Howard and Hugh A. Hood (1949-Va.) families, all came together from Virginia to Missouri, then here in 1891".  Known as the "Blackberry Capital of the World",  thanks to a crate of blackberries sent to President Harry S. Truman, McLoud is a modern community that has remained as vibrant and colorful as its past.     

                                                                                                                                    Offering a variety of community organizations and events, the Annual Blackberry Festival every July 4th with parade, carnival and fireworks, Annual Chili Cook Off sponsored by the McLoud Chamber in October, on Main Street and the the Friends of the McCloud Library, McLoud is the sort of place where you know your neighbor and residents look forward to the opportunity to get together and have a good time. And thanks to this city’s impressive safety record, (see our SAFE CITIES RECOGNITION), everyone feels free to let their hair down and enjoy the rich quality of life presented in this fun-loving city.  (Note:  The Town of McLoud became a city in 2006 by the vote of the people and is now a Council-Manager Form of Government, with 4 wards and a council member at large. The council members appoint a Mayor and Vice-Mayor during the first council meeting following a new election of council members.)             

                         A Great Place to Live (promo movie)      
 
                                       
                              City Manager - Buck Day                 

                           Chief of Police - Tom Pringle

                           Fire Chief/Marshall - Chief Banks

                           Code Enforcement - Heather

                           Code Inspector  - Arvin

 

                           COUNCIL MEMBERS Ward Map

                               Ward 1 -  Ralph Snider - VICE MAYOR

                               Ward 2 -Stan Jackson  - MAYOR

                               Ward 3 - Tim McGuinness

                               Ward 4 - Thomas Morris

                               At Large - James Woods

 

                               Planning Commission

                               Planning Commission Chairman -  Steve Tomaszewski, Carl

                               Clemons, Roger White, Alice Baade Smith, Rubin Abilez

 

                           City Hall Staff

                             City Clerk/Treasurer - A Kay Heinz - 964-5264

                           Accounting Clerk - Jan - 964-5264

                           Court Clerk - Dawn  964-4912

                           Utility Clerk - Karina - 964-5264

                           Permits & Code- Heather - 964-5264

       

         EVENTS and MEETINGS:

              July 1 and 2nd Blackberry Festival at Hi School Sports Complex

JUNE 23, 2016 REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING WAS CANCELLED DURING JUNE 15, 2016 SPECIAL HEARING AND MEETINGS - Next regular Council Meeting is July 28, 2016

 

Identity Theft Consumer Reports

  FOUND:  Male Red Pit - Very Friendly and Great Dane, Female - 964-5264
Agendas

Animal Control

Building/Electrical/Mechanical/Plumbing and Remodel Permit Application - See PERMIT FEES LIST for additional information - Can pay online for permits or contact Heather at 964-5264. 

Casinos

Cemetery Ordinances

McLoud Chamber of Commerce

City data on schools and other

CITY INDEX MAPS

City Map

McLoud City CODE

CODE REMINDERS

McLoud 2030 Comprehensive  Plan

McLoud 2030 Community meeting page

Consumer Confidence Reports on Water Quality for McLoud - 2014

Oklahoma Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault - 1-800-522-SAFE

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT MAP - 2030 plan

Gambling Hotline -The Problem Gambling Hotline 1-800-522-4700

Garage/Yard Sale Permit RULES and FEES

HEALTHY COMMUNITY AND PREVENTION HOTLINES

History

Job Openings and Application forms

Local Organizations and Buisiness Info

 

McLoud Flood

McLoud Flood 1908

 

 

 

 

 

 

McLoud Historical Society

McLoud Library

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Documents

Meeting Schedules

ONLINE COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES

Ordinances

PAY ONLINE - OK.GOV                              ONLINE PAYMENT BUTTON

Permit Fees

POLICE DEPARTMENT - Under construction

Prescribed Drugs - Safe Use/Disposal Site

Proclamations

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Public Schools Wellness Policy

Resolutions

Substance Abuse Hotline - or call 1-800-QUIT NOW

Suicide Prevention - The Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255

Tobacco QUIT NOW - The Oklahoma Tobacco Hotline - 1-800-784-8996

Traffic Payment (Court) Online Traffic Payment.com    Court Payments for TRAFFIC PAYMENT or PAY ONLINE OR you may call 800-444-1187. Operators are available       Mon. - Fri  8am to 5pm or at www.mcloudok.us for Court payments at PAY ONLINE

Wards Map - 2015

Water, Sewer and Trash rates

 

Firelake Grand Casino

Fire Lake Grand Casino

 

 

 

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Council Meetings are held at the          SHANNON FREDMAN MUNICIPAL BUILDING - 408 W. Broadway, McLoud, OK 74851 - Meetings are at 7:00 pm. on the 4th THURSDAY

McLoud Municipal Court Schedule - Court is conducted at the SHANNON FREDMAN MUNICIPAL BUILDING - 408 W. Broadway, McLoud, OK 74851 at 4:00 pm.  Court Clerk - 964-4912 - payments can be taken at the window

WES WATKINS RESERVOIR AND NORTH DEER CREEK RECREATIONAL FACILITY

Lake Manager - Cody

Swimming, Fishing and Camping at Wes Watkins Lake ( 24 hours/day-7 days/week).  Free Entry. 964-5264.  AS OF JULY 1, 2015 NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN - BASS MUST BE RELEASED

LAKE OVERNIGHT AND FISHING RATES

Wes Watkins & North Deer Creek Rec Rules/Regs

Lakes and Recreation

Lawrence Wahpepah Walking Trails

Donation by Pottawomi Nation of $18,000 for Walking Trail Improvements

Citizen Potatomi Nation Donation of $18,000

McLoud Lawrence Wahpepah Walking Trails - Projected  Plans for Walking trail and park expansion of approximately 27 acres- promoting healthy lifestyles for  "WALK THIS WEIGH"