With the approval of the Guthrie city council, three critical sewer lines throughout the city will be addressed. The council will meet at their next meeting on Tuesday, January 15 at 7 p.m. inside City Hall. One of the agenda items calls for discussion and possible action to solicit bids for three critical sewer lines, […]
For the third straight month, sales tax receipts for the City of Guthrie fell below last year’s numbers, but city officials remain optimistic. The City collected $539,076.20 in sales tax revenue for the month of January, which is minus 11.07 percent ($67,106.64) when compared to last January. For the four months of the current fiscal […]
The Guthrie city council unanimously voted Monday evening to give the city manager a bonus. Following an executive session meeting of forty minutes, the council voted 6-0 to give Leroy Alsup a bonus of $2,500. Mayor Steve Gentling says the bonus is an appreciation and endorsement for his work in the past year. Vice Mayor […]
City officials are hoping the second time is the charm in winning a grant that will help remove the underground bridge on Harrison Ave., make improvements to downtown stormwater issues and add roundabouts. In a special meeting Monday evening, the Guthrie city council unanimously voted 6-0 to apply for the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments […]
The City of Guthrie was awarded a grant from the Land & Water Conservation Fund to help make improvements to Mineral Wells Park. Some of the improvements include, updating playground equipment to be ADA accessible for children with special needs. New equipment will incorporate a historic theme and color scheme to blend well with the […]
While the City of Guthrie has seen a decrease in sales tax receipts to start the new fiscal year, the City Use Tax receipts is surging over 50 percent. Use tax receipts were up sharply in December from the same time a year earlier, along with October and November. The main factor in the increases […]
The Guthrie city council will meet Tuesday night and possibly vote to fill a vacant position on the council. In addition, they will consider action in regards to filling the open city attorney position. The council will discuss and take possible action on appointing Gaylord “Z” Thomas to fill in the remainder of the Ward […]
For the second straight month, sales tax dollars are down for the City of Guthrie. The City of Guthrie Sales Tax Collection for December 2018 is $60,370.64, or 10.43 percent, less than want was collected in December 2017. For the first three months of the City’s budget year (fiscal year 2018-19) sales tax collections are […]
The City of Guthrie has been approved for a grant that will add a splash pad and playground project inside Mineral Wells Park. The city council will now vote to accept and match the 50-50 grant.
Candidates for the Guthrie city council and mayor position, along with Board of Education candidates throughout Logan County, can begin filing their declaration of candidacy on December 3.
City officials gave an update to a proposed youth sports complex for not only baseball and softball fields, but a walking trail, basketball courts and other amenities for all ages.
Sales tax dollars have not reached expectations in the first two months of the fiscal year for the City of Guthrie.
The City of Guthrie is seeking qualified candidates to fill a vacant city council position representing Ward III of the City for the balance of an existing term of office through the first Monday in May 2021.
The Guthrie city council will be looking for a new council member.
On Monday, F&M Bank provided lunch to all City of Guthrie employees in appreciation for all they do. From our librarians and maintenance to our police and fire fighters to those employees working at City Hall, F&M Bank was pleased to provide lunch from the Rolled Up Food Truck.
The new fiscal year is underway and the first sales tax numbers are in for the City of Guthrie.
In January, the City of Guthrie will have a new city attorney after 18 years as Randel Shadid announced his upcoming retirement.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) applauded the American Planning Association’s announcement of the Guthrie Historic District in Guthrie, Okla., as a 2018 Great Place in America. The APA awarded this honor to the community today in Guthrie.
The City of Guthrie has produced a promotional music video in collaboration with Oklahoma singer/songwriter Maggie McClure for her original song “Coming Home.” The video features a variety of segments highlighting the quality of life Guthrie offers to current and future residents, as well as visitors.
For the first time in the 2017-18 fiscal year, the City of Guthrie saw a month of sales tax collections not exceed the previous month. However, city officials are pleased with the overall growth throughout the year.