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Eighth percent sales tax for public transportation to be on November 12 ballot

At their Tuesday meeting, Norman City Council voted unanimously to put a 1/8 percent sales tax to help fund the City's newly acquired Public Transportation System on the November 12 election ballot. 

City of Norman Major Infrastructure Projects

The City of Norman is investing in millions of dollars in infrastructure improvements to enhance the quality of life in our community, including projects to upgrade our roads, bridges, sidewalks, waterlines, sewerlines, stormwater drainage, and much more.

Trash and Recycling FAQs

The Sanitation Division's primary responsibility is to collect and dispose of or recycle all solid waste in the City of Norman in compliance with state and federal regulations. The division is open Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at (405)-329-1023.


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City now accepting non-profit funding applications for the 2019-2020 program year

The City of Norman Social and Voluntary Services Commission is now accepting applications for funding in the 2019 to 2020 program year. 

Successful applicants must be a registered 501(c)(3) organization and provide social services that meet the needs of the Norman community. The maximum funding available per agency is $10,000. 

Sales Tax: the Primary Source of Funding for City of Norman's Operations

Did you know that the City of Norman's day-to-day operations, like all other cities and towns in Oklahoma, are primarily funded by revenue from sales tax? That's because Oklahoma is the only state in the nation where cities dependly almost entirely on sales tax for general operations.

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