Welcome to Seminole, Oklahoma
Wet and Wild Summer Days
Splashpad, Pool Opening
June Council Meeting
Library eBooks Growing
Annual Fundraiser Set
Seminole Splashpad is open with new features, including a water slide. You can visit the splashpad from 9:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
The Herb Gunter Municipal Swimming Pool is open from 1:00-6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Sunday. Private parties can be scheduled by calling the pool during working hours, 405-382-1402.
Sportsmans Lake is open year round! Click here for more information.
Library eBooks Program in Full Swing
The Seminole Public Library is proud to offer eBooks through Overdrive!
Library patrons with an active library card are eligible to access ebooks through an app on their iPad, Kindle, Nexus, Nook or other tablet device.
Come in during regular Library hours to find out more and take advantage of the Library's ebook system!
Fundraiser Night Set
The Seminole Community Foundation's annual fundraiser has been set for August 9, 2014 at the Reynolds Wellness Center. Keep checking back for more information as we make plans for another fabulous evening!
Tickets are $60 each or $100 per couple. Proceeds will go towards upgrades and new features for Snowman Wonderland, Seminole's Winter Destination Location!
Sponsorships for game tables, entertainment and hors d'oeuvres tables are available - Call Sharon Emmitt at 382-4330 ext. 218 to get your company name out there!
The City of Seminole has been working towards a storm shelter registry for the past few years. Now, anyone in Seminole County can register their emergency Storm Shelter from this site.
The storm shelter registry keeps track of who has shelters and where they are located.
This information is not shared with the general public, but only with Emergency Services personnel in case they need to conduct a search after a severe weather event.
The town of Seminole was establised in 1906, named after the Seminole Indian Tribe who inhabited this region after signing the goverment treaty in the mid 1800's. It was incorprated 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.