The City of Broken Arrow has invested $75 million on the Drinking Water Treatment Plant to ensure that your drinking water is safe.
Director of Workforce Development Mary Ann Rojas recently announced she would be retiring from the City of Springfield.
Beginning Monday December 16th at 7:00 am, the northbound lane of Bluff Street between 1st Street and Jones Street will be closed to accommodate
Due to the Bee Branch Creek Railroad Culverts project, Garfield Ave. will be closed from Elm St. to Windsor Ave. beginning Monday, Dec. 16,
Madison Public Library’s Pinney Library, currently located at an interim space at 211 Cottage Grove Road, will close to the public at 5pm on
The annual State of the City was presented on Dec. 11, 2019. The presentation includes comments from Broken Arrow community members and business leaders