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WE LOVE OUR TOWN

*The town of Seminole was establised in 1906, named after the Seminole Indian Tribe who inhabited this region after signing the government treaty in the mid 1800's. It was incorporated as a city on December 26, 1924. In the mid-1920s when oil was discovered in the Seminole area, the population exploded and swelled to 40,000 people. Black Gold flowed from wells 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Hotels and businesses sprung up everywhere. Now those days are gone, but not forgotten. The boomers left a legacy here that will never die. By the giving to organizations and museums, the past is preserved for future generations to enjoy.

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**Rent the Community Room or the Municipal Building for $200.00 deposit and $75.00 per day.

 

**The Herb Gunter Municipal Pool will open Tuesday, May 31st for the 2016 Swimming Season. (for additional information click HERE or call (405) 382-4330, Ext. 227.)

 

**The Seminole Splash Pad will open Saturday, May 28th for the 2016 Season.

 

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CITY OFFICES

MAYOR

Dr. Chayne Fisher

CITY ATTORNEY

Brad Carter

CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS

Bill Wantland
Larry Church
John Cramer
Garry Houck
Jeff Griffin
D.D. Patterson
Chris Anson
Tim Poplin

CITY MANAGER

Steve Saxon

CITY CLERK

Jay Cox

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STREET LIGHT OUTAGE:

The City of Seminole appreciates your calls on reporting street light outages. However, when we receive your calls we report them directly to OG&E, as it is their responsiblity to make the repairs. We encourage citizens to call OG&E directly at (800)522-6870. If you have already reported a street light outage with the city and have yet to see progress, feel free to contact OG&E's Customer Service at (405)272-9741 or (800)272-9741.