The City of Guthrie and Guthrie Public Schools continue to work together to keep children safe as possible while at school by providing School Resource Officers (SRO).
After further discussion and research this week on the Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), City of Guthrie officials say that in fact they did receive written permission from legal counsel on making project changes to a $3M bond.
Photo taken of the continued upgrades at Mineral Wells Park on Aug. 6
Updated on Aug. 8 at 2:30 p.m. — City Manager Leroy Alsup reached out to Guthrie News Page following this article to clarify the City of Guthrie did receive written permission from bond counsel to substitute projects in the $3M CIP bond. He says there was miscommunication between him and City staff. For more here […]
Once was a cherished school building and now currently an eye sore, the City of Guthrie revealed a proposed plan for Banner Park on the town’s west side.
Guthrie property owners will see their property taxes go up to pay back a Guthrie police officer, who was once terminated and then reinstated, after a court judgement against the City of Guthrie.
The Guthrie Police Department will soon be going digital and in the process will remove beyond stacks of paper and allow more space in the 911 Communication Center.
The Guthrie city council unanimously voted to raise court costs and added a technology fee to citations.
It’s no secret that youth sports plays a big factor in all towns across America. It’s also no secret Guthrie has lacked in youth sports fields for a long time. However, a committee has formed to help find solutions to bring a youth complex to town.
The Guthrie city council discussed several projects on Tuesday evening inside City Hall. They’re hopeful to address two major concerns as soon as possible while beginning discussions on perhaps reshaping a portion of the downtown area.
A special workshop meeting has been called for Tuesday for the Guthrie city council. The council will discuss three separate projects that could total over $2 million.
Last week, the groundwork began for upgrades to Mineral Wells Park and Highland Park.
With the Fourth of July celebration here in Guthrie and across the nation, city officials are reminding citizens about an ordinance that keeps popping fireworks to a minimum within city limits.
Parking along Noble Ave. (Highway 33) will be prohibited for motorists in a nine block stretch. Officials say this will help increase traffic flow on the highway.
Police Chief Don Sweger (middle) takes a photo with Mayor Steve Gentling (left) and an OMAG representative.
The Guthrie Police Department (GPD) accepted a $5,000 grant from Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group (OMAG) to secure additional body cameras.
Mineral Wells Park and Highland Park will soon be getting updates to the basketball and tennis courts. In addition, a volleyball court will be added to one of the parks. The project will be funded through the capital improvement project (CIP) sales tax revenue.
The City of Guthrie respectfully requests your presence at a celebration to honor Maxine Pruitt for her 25 years of dedicated service to the City of Guthrie.
Guthrie Police Lt. Mark Bruning received a six digit settlement offer for back pay following a city council executive session on Tuesday night.
The City of Guthrie and the YMCA renewed their operational agreement for the Guthrie Municipal Pool this summer.
During a mid-year budget update, Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup was quick to point out that the City is not broke or bankrupt, but if they continued their current spending ways they could go down that path.
Updated article on Aug. 1, 2017 — The Guthrie city council voted unanimously to award C-P Integrated Services of Oklahoma City with a bid of $117,704.79. Myers Engineering has reviewed the bids and has submitted this contractor as their recommendation. Engineering costs for this project are estimated at $18,960.00. Total project costs is labeled at $136,664.79 […]