October 3, 2023 Road construction will begin on Reno Avenue from Henney to Hiwassee. Residents north and south will still be able to gain access to the area. In addition, Choctaw Nicoma Park School Buses will continue their morning and afternoon routes for students in this area. Construction expected to last 45 days, weather permitting.
This dog was picked up on Louise Dr. Please call Animal Control officer Kenny Grant for more information at 405-390-2999.
OCTOBER 3, 2023 It has been a very long wait for the City of Choctaw residents, but the first section of road construction will begin tomorrow! We have signed a contract with Oklahoma County to begin the tear up and repavement of Reno Ave. from Hiwassee to Henney. Please avoid this section of road unless you are a resident within that section. Please be patient as weather can impact the timeline. Please obey traffic and construction signs. Do not drive around or move barriers. Thank you to Oklahoma County, City of Choctaw staff, City Council, and the community for making this happen!
The next Planning Commission meeting will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2023 at 6:00 pm at City Hall. Agendas can be found on the City website at https://www.mychoctaw.org/documents/government/agenda-center/planning-commission/2023/409861
The next City Council/CUA meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 6:00 pm at City Hall. Agendas can be found on the City website at https://www.mychoctaw.org/documents/government/agenda-center/city-council---choctaw-utilities-authority/2023/409829
Eastern Oklahoma County Resource Center Food Pantry at 1850 Commerce Drive, Choctaw, OK 73020 Thursdays 12pm - 6pm.
On this Saturday, Sept. 30, the 2nd Annual NE OK County Community Resource Fair is happening in Spencer, Oklahoma! Come out 10am - 1pm at 8515 NE 25th, Spencer, OK 73084 to enjoy music, food, and fun!
Water will be turned off at Sunset Cir. for a water line repair. The repair should take approximately 4 - 6 hours. Thank you for your patience.
Interested in garage sales happening in the City of Choctaw? Check out the City’s garage sale webpage for updated garage sales each week: https://www.mychoctaw.org/page/garage-sales
This dog was picked up on Sunrise Ct. Please call Animal Control officer Kenny Grant for more information at 405-390-2999.
These 2 dogs were picked up on Mcdonald Road. Please call Animal Control officer Kenny Grant for more information at 405-390-2999.
Water line repair in Oak Ridge edition and will affect the surrounding area. Water will be restored in approximately 4 - 6 hours. Thank you for your patience as we work quickly to resolve this issue.
Oklahoma Highland Gathering will be coming to Choctaw October 20th - 22nd at Choctaw Creek Park! The 2023 Oklahoma Highland Gathering is an annual Scottish festival that is organized by the United Scottish Clans of Oklahoma and features a variety of activities such as IHGF-sanctioned highland games, pipes and drums, folk and modern Celtic bands, highland dancing, Gaelic lessons, Viking reenactments, clan tents and ancestry resources, food trucks, local breweries, whisky tastings, vendors, blacksmithing, lace tatting, highland cattle (hielan coos) and more. The festival will kick off on Friday night with a fire ceremony (also known as the “calling of the clans”) followed by a traditional ceilidh, a celebration with folk music, singing, dancing, and storytelling.
The water main has been repaired on Choctaw Road near 3rd Street. Thank you for your patience.
Oklahoma Natural Gas has hit a main water line on Choctaw Road near 3rd Street. Water should be restored in approximately 4 - 6 hours. Thank you for your patience as we work quickly to resolve this.
Today is "Colter Eaton Day." On September 27th, the city of Choctaw remembers and celebrates the enduring spirit of Colter Eaton. At the age of 3, Colter faced the daunting diagnosis of Neuroblastoma, embarking on a journey filled with unimaginable challenges that demanded boundless strength and resilience. For 24 months, Colter waged a courageous battle, his indomitable spirit serving as a beacon of inspiration to all who knew him. Throughout this challenging journey, his family displayed incredible determination, leaving no stone unturned in their relentless efforts to save him, while the community provided steadfast support. In February of 2002, Colter found peace within the gates of heaven, leaving a profound impact despite his young age. Today, we honor Colter's enduring legacy through "Colter's Toy Box," a foundation created by his family and their dedicated friends. This foundation remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting the needs of cancer patients at Oklahoma Children's Hospital. Colter's memory lives on, and his legacy continues to bring hope and comfort to those in need. ❤️ #ColterEatonDay #LegacyOfLove #ChildhoodCancerAwareness
Adoption Event Saturday, September 30th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Pet Sense. Come meet your new best friend! If you would like an adoption application, please email email@example.com.
Choctaw High School Homecoming Parade today beginning at 5pm! See the parade route below.
This dog was picked up near Green Oak Drive. Please call Animal Control officer Kenny Grant for more information at 405-390-2999.
September 25th is Angela Allen day! Today, we celebrate the enduring spirit of Angela Lee Allen. Born on March 25th, 1970, Angela passed away on her 7th birthday, March 25th, 1977. In the 1970s, when Angela was diagnosed with brain cancer, the resources and research funds available for families dealing with childhood cancer were far scarcer than what we have today. Angela's family and community embodied the true essence of unwavering love and determination. They tirelessly cared for her, fought with unyielding resolve to save her, and never wavered in their faith, even in the face of the most formidable challenges. During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we honor Angela and her family. We acknowledge the progress that has been made in treating childhood cancer, but also recognize the long road ahead in the fight for a cure. #RememberingAngela #ChildhoodCancerAwareness