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FALL 2014 FREE TREE GIVEAWAY

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PUBLIC MEETINGS TO DISCUSS NEW LIBRARIES FOR NORMAN

The City of Norman and the Public Library System (PLS) hosted a series of public meetings with representatives from the architectural firm hired to update the City of Norman’s plans for new public libraries.  Representatives from Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle (MSR) will be in Norman on September 7th and 8th.  MSR representatives received input on residents’ opinions and ideas on the

Storm Water Master Plan

A Storm Water Utility is being considered to provide funding for important capital improvements, water quality enhancements, compliance with state and federal storm water mandates, enhanced maintenance of existing storm water systems, improved street sweeping and other best management practices to better Norman’s storm water and drainage.  On June 19, 2014, the City of Norman held a Public

2060 Strategic Water Supply Plan

The City of Norman is updating its plans for supplying long term water solutions to its customers. The SWSP builds on previous planning efforts discussing water demands, supply options, and infrastructure as well as significant new developments in water supply regulations, new technology and availability of water.

I-35 and Main Street Interchange Project

On April 16,
2014 at 12:00 a.m. (midnight), the contractor opened to traffic the Main Street and Interstate 35 Interchange.   The on-ramps and off-ramps between I-35 and Main Street were opened to traffic as well as all of the traffic lanes on Main Street.  In addition, all new and existing lanes of traffic on I-35 were opened to traffic.  On Thursday, April 17, the contractor completed the final paving improvements on Main Street between Ed Noble Parkway west to 34th Avenue SW. 

Odd/Even Water Conservation

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2013 Annual Report

The City of Norman is pleased to announce the release of its 2013 Annual Report.  We have highlighted some significant achievements, to include weather-related events; public safety and justice; parks, recreation and library services; community and economic developments; transportation improvements; environmental and utility services; strategic support; revenue/expenditure information; and, recognitions and awards achieved by our City and our employees.

Norman is wonderful place to live, largely due to its quality schools, abundant recreational opportunities and the highest commitment to public safety.  The City seeks to provide the most efficient and effective level of public service to our residents and businesses, and we are proud of the dedication of our employees in serving and making a difference in our community.  We hope you find this information useful and thank you for taking the time to stay informed about your community and local government.

Water Conservation Information

Get information about Norman's water resources and how to help conserve them.

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To keep our local water sources clean, it is important that you practice responsible lawn care.

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Norman Water Quality Concerns

Attached is a newer report from the Water Research Foundation concerning chromium in drinking water. The title of the report is, ‘State of the Science of Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water’, and is dated May 2012.

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