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Road Closures Week of September 17th
The Wagoner Public Works Authority will be closing the eastbound lanes of West Cherokee Street between Polk and Wagoner Avenue for sewer line maintenance and rehab. Work will begin early Monday morning, September 17th, and last throughout the week. Access to Cherokee Street from South Tyler Avenue, South Wagoner Avenue, and North Wagoner Avenue wil...

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Bluegrass Festival Road Closures
The City of Wagoner will be closing portions of North and South Main Street this weekend from September 6th to September 9th for the Bluegrass & Chili Festival. City workers are working diligently to accommodate business owners in the downtown area. Bluegrass & Chili Festival vendors will be setting up tents, stages, and tables Thursda...

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Bluegrass Festival Announces Schedule & Parking Map
With closer to one week left before commencement of the festival than two weeks, city officials, staff and festival organizers have deemed this time in the wake of such event “crunch time.” Festival organizer Dell Davis, though it is still somewhat fluid, has presented a site plan, laying out each part of the festival and where each ...

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Wagoner to Host 39th Bluegrass & Chili Festival
After a conundrum with the Claremore Chamber of Commerce, which had sponsored and backed the event for almost 20 years, the city's famed Bluegrass & Chili Festival had to scramble to find a new host city or the festival would have been cancelled this year -- that after 38 consecutive years. The Claremore chamber decided to pull out earli...

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First draft Comprehensive Plan 2018
The First Draft of the Wagoner Comprehensive Plan 2018 is on the city website for citizens to review. The plan covers specific areas of community development in depth, including Community Profile, Citizen Engagement, Land Use, Transportation, Housing, Parks & Recreation Economic Development, Historic Preservation, City Facilities, City Governan...

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Mosquito spraying begins
Say NO to Mosquitoes! The City of Wagoner will start spraying for mosquitoes this evening on the SE side of town. The crew will be out spraying the following areas from 7pm-9pm each week: Mondays-SE side of town, Tuesdays-NE, Wednesdays-NW, Thursdays-SW and on Fridays they will spray along creeks/parks and other non-neighborhood locations. The c...

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Downtown comes alive after 5
Downtown comes alive after 5! Every 2nd Thursday through October join us in downtown Wagoner to enjoy live entertainment, food, shopping, and much, much more! “Our focus is on providing an atmosphere so that families can create memories,” said Samantha Call, Wagoner Main Street Association Director.

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City begins Asphalt Repair Project
The Wagoner City Council, along with Mayor Albert Jones, City Administrator Dwayne Elam, the Street Department and Special Projects Department have adopted a new method for laying asphalt which will provide longer lasting repairs and includes a moisture barrier to safeguard the asphalt from continuous water damage. The City hired a professional ...

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Wagoner City Public Library presents Summer Reading program
Join Wagoner City Public Library starting June 4th for a summer full of fun! The program includes live performers, movie days, arts & crafts, Picture Bingo and classes for all ages. The program is FREE to the public and attendees are not required to have a library card to participate. All functions are ALL AGES unless specified otherwise and...

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Gibson Grove breaks ground
A host of Wagoner citizens and city officials gathered Tuesday at the future location of the first master-planned development in the city limits, aptly named Gibson Grove, to celebrate a ceremonial ‘ground-breaking.’ The area of development is south of Wagoner on U.S. 69, about a mile and a half from the intersection of Hwy. 51 and 6...

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