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Choctaw is home to two Splash Pads, the Barrel Springs Splash Pad and the Alexis Clark Water Park. The parks are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
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In order to have a garage sale you need to fill out a Garage Sale Permit (PDF) and turn it in at the Permits desk at City Hall, located at:2500 N Choctaw RoadChoctaw, OK 73020
The price of a garage sale permit ($10) includes three signs. If you need additional signs, they can be purchased individually. You may not post any garage sale signs other than the signs provided by City Hall. If you live outside of City limits, you do not need a permit, however, you can purchase signs from City Hall if you desire.
Choctaw’s Citywide Garage Sale is held on the first Saturday in May. Garage Sales held on Citywide Saturday are free, and no permit is required. If participating in the Citywide garage sale you may place a homemade sign in your yard. However, any other signs posted must be official City Garage Sale signs, which can be purchased at City Hall for $1.50 each.
The city will prepare a map of all garage sales participating in the Citywide sale. Maps will be available online and at City Hall.
If you wish to extend your sale beyond the single day, you must buy a permit and pay $3.00 per each extra day. This price includes a sign.
For any further questions, please contact our Permits Department at 405-390-2999.
Traditionally, Choctaw observes trick or treating on Halloween, October 31st. The City of Choctaw also hosts a Haunted Trail with trick or treat stations at Choctaw Creek Park several nights in October, including the night of Halloween. For more information, check out the Haunted Trails page.
All meetings are at 7 p.m. at City Hall except for the Choctaw Economic Development Authority, which meets at 4:30 p.m. at Old Germany Restaurant. View more information about Council and Board meeting schedules.
The Choctaw Community Center sustained damage during a storm a few years ago and is no longer available to the community. The City does have park pavilions available for rent at the city parks for outdoor events. Please check out our Parks page for more information. In addition, the Club House at the Choctaw Creek Golf Course can also be rented for indoor events. Please contact the Choctaw Creek Golf Course at 405-769-7166 for more information.
The City of Choctaw does not keep a list of rental companies or rental properties. Please contact the Chamber of Commerce at 405-390-3303 to see if they have a listing.
Oklahoma winters can often bring severe ice and snow. When the weather is severe, the safest plan of action is to stay home until the road crews have had time to scrape and salt the roads. In the event of a severe storm, the city has a plan in conjunction with Oklahoma City to clear priority snow routes first.
View snow route maps and information. Remember to plan ahead, go slow and stay safe.
The Historical Sculpture Gardens along northeast 23rd Street are one of the many landscaping projects initiated and maintained by the Choctaw Parks Foundation. Funding for the Choctaw Parks Foundation comes from the Choctaw Land Run Bike Ride fundraiser in April, special grants, and donations.
If you would like to volunteer to help with the maintenance of the landscaping, please contact Jeannie Abts at 405-390-2596. For more information visit the Choctaw Parks Foundation page.
Try using the site search feature, or you can always call us at City Hall at 405-390-8198.