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City of Norman ADA Self-Assessment and Transition Plan Update

An Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan was developed for the City of Norman in 1992. The City Council adopted the Transition Plan on May 11, 1993.

City of Norman Special Election - Tuesday, November 14

In a Special Election on Tuesday, November 14, voters in Norman will consider a proposition (Proposition 1) to amend sections 2, 5, 6 and 10 of Article II of the Charter of the City of Norman.  The amendments pertain to conducting and scheduling municipal elections.

Sales Tax: the Primary Source of Funding for City of Norman's Operations

Did you know that the City of Norman's day-to-day operations, like all other cities and towns in Oklahoma, are primarily funded by revenue from sales tax? That's because Oklahoma is the only state in the nation where cities dependly almost entirely on sales tax for general operations.

City of Norman Major Infrastructure Projects

The City of Norman is investing approximately $150 million in infrastructure improvements to enhance the quality of life in our community, including projects to upgrade our roads, bridges, sidewalks, waterlines, sewerlines, stormwater drainage, and much more.

Fall is the Perfect Time to Plant Trees

The Tree Board is reminding residents that fall, and particularly October, is the perfect time to plant trees in Norman. The International Society of Arboriculture has the following tips for caring for your newly-established tree:

City Council Sets Priorities for 2017-18

At their 2017 retreat on August 4-5, the Norman City Council set their short-term and long-term priorities for the current fiscal year. Several goals are continuations from last year including a Stormwater Utlity, Senior Center, NORMAN FORWARD Projects, and the Comprehensive Plan Update.

Lower Imhoff Creek Study

LOWER IMHOFF CREEK REPORT

Lindsey Street Corridor Project

Now that the Lindsey Bridge over I-35 has opened, some residents have asked about the Lindsey Street Corridor Project on West Lindsey. The commuunity is understandably concerned about the merchants on Lindsey and the City also regrets the inconvenience to drivers and the businesses on Lindsey.

Odd/Even Water Conservation

KNOW YOUR WATERING SCHEDULE

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