Coronavirus: General Local Government Information

  • STATE OF OKLAHOMA
    • Governor’s Executive Orders
      • Phase 1: Personal care business open April 24 – adhering to CDC guidelines
      • Gyms, theaters, churches and sporting ventures open May 1 – adhering to CDC guidelines
      • Phase 2: Non-essential travel resumes, bars open at limited capacity, organized sporting events, funerals and weddings take place May 15
      • Phase 3 is expected to begin June 1. This will allow for unrestricted staffing at work sites and for summer camps to reopen.
    • Department of Health COVID-19 Info
    • To report price gouging: Contact Attorney Generals office, 405-521-2029 or email at consumerprotection@oag.ok.gov
  • BECKHAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT
    • Beckham County is restricting public access to all county buildings. More business will be conducted by mail, email and telephone. Arrangements may be made by phone for necessary cash payments to be picked up curb-side. The court house and other county buildings are locked and necessary access will need to be arranged by phone.
    • If reporting an emergency and a symptomatic patient is involved (medical, fire or law enforcement issue), please advise the dispatcher so that our first responders can be adequately prepared.
      • CITY OF ELK CITY
        • Mayor shall revoke any pending permit and not issue any new permit for any public or private event on any City street, sidewalk, facility, park or property until further notice.
        • Meetings of all City of Elk City Commission and Authority will continue. These meetings will remain open to the public but steps, including but not limited to limitation of the number of attendees, will be taken to ensure no close contact between those present.
        • The City of Elk City/ Elk City Public Works Authority will not be issuing cut offs for water utilities until further notice.
        • All in person gatherings of 10 or more people for social, spiritual and recreational purposes including, but not limited to community, civic, public leisure, faith-based, or sporting events; parades, concerts, festivals, conventions, fundraisers and similar activities are strongly discouraged until further notice.
        • All events scheduled on city property are canceled until further notice.
        • City Hall is limited to lobby only. All transactions are to take place at the front glass.
        • Elk City Carnegie Hall Library is closed until further notice.
        • The Bucks Lodge is closed.
        • Museum is closed until further notice.
        • Baseball and softball fields are closed until further notice.
        • All City rental buildings are closed until further notice.
        • Girl Scout/Boy Scout buildings closed until further notice.
      • CITY OF ERICK
        • City of Erick State of Emergency: Restaurants are encouraged to limit the number of patrons such that at least six feet of space is available to each patron, and take-out and delivery options are also encouraged until further notice.
        • Local gyms, exercise facilities, salons, barbershops, and the like are encouraged to discontinue activities and to significantly increase and enhance facility cleaning regimens until further notice.
        • All in-person gatherings for social, spiritual, and recreational purposes are discouraged until further notice.
  • ROGER MILLS COUNTY GOVERNMENT
    • All county owned facilities are closed to the public until further notice. Anyone needing to do business with any county office should contact them by phone for assistance and instructions.
      • TOWN OF HAMMON
        • All county owned facilities are closed to the public until further notice. If you have business with any County office contact it by phone for assistance and instructions.
        • Senior Citizen Center will begin delivery and curb side pickup until further notice. The center will be closed for dine in meals. Call ahead by 8:30 am and your  meal will be prepared for you 580-473-2449.
  • WASHITA COUNTY GOVERNMENT
    • Washita County State of Emergency: Public access is restricted from all county properties including the Washita County Courthouse, the offices of district #1, #2, and #3, and the activity center until further notice is given by county commissioners. Any office business which may be conducted by phone, email, fax or mail is strongly recommended. If one needs to go to the courthouse they must call the office which they are needing and make an appointment.
  • CUSTER COUNTY GOVERNMENT
    • Custer County State of Emergency: Custer County Courthouse access is restricted to employees of Custer County only, unless prior authorization has been submitted (i.e. court appearances).
    • Custer County Detention Center will not permit entry to any public visitors or any non-essential personnel until further notice.
    • All handgun licenses, applications that require fingerprinting, and all other fingerprinting services shall be suspended from processing in effort to prevent the introduction of COVID-19
      • CITY OF CLINTON
        • Clinton City Hall will remain locked until further notice. Anyone needing to do business should contact City Hall by phone, (580) 323-0217.
        • City of Clinton Court Clerk’s office is closed though April 30. Those wishing to make payments may do so by utilizing the utility payment drop box on the west side of City Hall. Those with questions should call 580-323-7244. Municipal Court will not be held again until May 6, 2020.
        • Restaurants are encouraged to make changes to in-house dining policies, as well as encouraged to provide curb-side pick up.
        • Acme Brick Park workout facility is closed.
        • City of Clinton is not taking reservations for other facilities including the Frisco Conference Center however, reservations are being honored.
      • CITY OF WEATHERFORD
        • The City of Weatherford is accepting water bill payments via the drive thru only.
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