The Mustang Public Library is ready for the "Festival of Trees" - as is all of Town Center! We hope to see you there on Monday, December 4, 2023 from 6 to 8 PM. This is a Free Event, Santa will be available to take pictures, train rides, giant snow globe, live entertainment, and food trucks. This year, Tree Fest Market has been added with over 30 vendors ready to help you cross items off your Christmas Wish Lists. The Market will be inside the Banquet Facility. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department or visit www.cityofmustang.org.
Mustang hasn't lost to Yukon in 11 years! Please do your part and plan on donating blood on December 13th! Schedule your appointment today!
For residential customers that normally would have had refuse service on Thanksgiving, your service is moved to Saturday, November 25, 2023. This is a reminder to have your polycart to the curb by 7:00 AM..
All City Administrative Offices - including the Library - will be closed today, Friday, November 24, 2023. The Recreation Center will open at Noon. All refuse services will run as normally scheduled so have your polycart to the curb by 7:00 AM.
From our Family to Yours...Happy Thanksgiving!
All City facilities will be closing today at 3 PM so that our family can get a head start on celebrating Thanksgiving with their family.
60 years ago today, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, TX. This was a dark moment in our nation's history, one in which many people remember exactly where they were when they heard the news. If you were alive at the time, we welcome you to share where you were and your memories of that day.
For residential customers that normally have refuse service on a Thursday, your service is moved to Saturday, November 25, 2023 as a result of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Please be sure to have your polycart to the curb by 7:00 AM..
The City of Mustang's most recent graduate of the Basic Police Officer Certification Program - Ms. Jazreale Wright - was the recipient of the "Outstanding Squad Leader' award at her graduation ceremony last week, The award is presented to the graduate who excelled in leadership of their squad during the academy. Congratulations on the Outstanding Squad Leader Award and your graduation from the Academy and welcome to Mustang Officer Wright !!!
Happy Veterans Day! Thank you today and every day! We are particularly proud of our City family Veterans listed below. • Brandon Bowen – Coast Guard - Fire Department • Roger Burnett – Air Force - Police Department • William Carpenter- Army - Police Department • Brock Childs – Oklahoma Air National Guard - Police Department • Blaine Condreay - Army - Police Department • Lance Duncan - Army - Police Department • Eric Halter – Army Reserves - Fire Department • Derek Hunt - Army - Police Department • Sarah Goulart - Army - Animal Welfare • Josh Leete – Air Force - City Council, Ward 2 • Caleb Pinley – Army National Guard - Police Department • Nathan Sholund - Navy - City Council, Ward 6 • Brittany Urbina – Air Force - Parks Department • Josh Voland - Army - Parks Department • Jazreale Wright – Army - Police Department
Happy Birthday to the U.S. Marines! Formal commemoration of the birthday of the Marine Corps began on November 10, 1921. On that day, the Second Continental Congress resolved in 1775 to raise two battalions of Continental Marines.
All City Administrative Offices - including the Library - will be closed tomorrow, November 10, 2023 in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. The Recreation Center will run as normally scheduled as will Refuse services so be sure to have your polycart to the curb by 7:00 AM
At Tuesday evening's City Council meeting, the Mustang American Legion Post 353 presented Certificates of Appreciation to the City of Mustang and members of our team for their outstanding work recently refurbishing the F-86 display at Wildhorse Park Veterans Plaza and their ongoing support of American Legion Post 353. Pictured from left to right are Assistant Parks Director - Shane Huck, City Manager - Timothy Rooney, Parks Director - Nic Bailey, and Commander of American Legion Post 353 - Mr. Barry Carrington.
At last night's City Council meeting, members of our City family who are Veterans were recognized and thanked for their service to our country. Each were presented with a flag that was flown over the US Capitol on September 11th of this year.at the request of Senator James Lankford. Pictured from left to right are Brandon Bowen - Fire Department - Coast Guard, Roger Burnett - Police Department - Air Force, William Carpenter - Police Department- Army, Brock Childs - Police Department - Oklahoma Air National Guard, Blaine Condreay - Police Department - Army, Sarah Goulart - Animal Welfare - Army, Nathan Sholund - City Councilor Ward 6 - Navy, Brittany Urbina - Parks Department - Air Force, Josh Voland - Parks Department - Army, Jazreal Wright - Police Department - Army. Unable to attend last night's meeting were Lance Duncan - Police Department- Army, Eric Halter - Fire Department - Army Reserves, Derek Hunt - Police Department - Army, Josh Leete - City Councilor Ward 2 - Air Force, and Caleb Pinley - Police Department - Army National Guard.
At last night's City Council meeting, Police Officer Jeremy Collinson was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Pinning his new bars on Sgt. Collinson is his wife Kodi. Congratulations Jeremy!
All City Administrative Offices - including the Library - will be closed on Friday, November 10, 2023 in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. The Recreation Center will run as normally scheduled. Refuse services will also run as normally scheduled so be sure to have your polycart to the curb by 7:00 AM.
Lots of holidays coming up...which means lots of questions. When will my trash be picked up? Is the Rec Center open? What about the Library? Click below for all of the answers in one place. Feel free to share! https://shorturl.at/sCKPV
Don't forget to Fall Back one hour before you go to bed this evening...while you are at it, replace your batteries in your smoke detectors.
A waterline leak has been detected on E. Mohr Lane, just east of S. Morgan Road. A crew is on-site and making repairs. Residents in the area may experience little or no water pressure. Service is expected to be restored within a few hours.
The November 3, 2023 edition of the Mustang City Manager's Report has been added to the website and can be reviewed by clicking on the link below. https://shorturl.at/rS024