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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.

Stormwater Citizens Committee Open Houses - August 25 and 30

A sixteen-member volunteer citizen committee was appointed a year ago to look at our community's problems with flooding and water quality, and to make recommendations to the City Council for ways we can address these problems now, before they become a bigger issue for us in the future. The Committee has proposed some options for funding the solutions - the big ones and the day-to-day ones. The Committee wants to share their proposals with Norman residents and get your thoughts, ideas and feedback.

Residents and business owners who are interested inlearning more about the community‚Äôs flooding and water quality needs as well as the various funding options proposed can visit www.normanstormwater.com. 
The Stormwater Citizen Committee is hosting a series of open houses for Norman residents to provide information about their proposals to the City Council for funding stormwater solutions. The dates and times for the upcoming sessions are below: 
Saturday, August 25
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Little Axe Community Center
1000 168th Ave NE.
Thursday, August 30
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Norman Chamber of Commerce
115 East Gray St.

The Stormwater Citizen Committee is hosting a series of open houses for Norman residents to provide information about their proposals to the City Council for funding stormwater solutions. The dates and times for the upcoming sessions are below.

Learn more at www.normanstormwater.com

Watch a video about the Open Houses here.


Saturday, August 25

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Little Axe Community Center                                                    

1000 168th Ave NE.

Download a printable PDF for this event

Thursday, August 30

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Norman Chamber of Commerce                                                

115 East Gray St.     

Download a printable PDF for this event   


Norman Public Library East Now Open

Norman Public Library East, a NORMAN FORWARD project, opened its doors to the public on July 20, 2018 with a great turnout for the grand opening event.  Library hours are  Monday to Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.,  Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.,  Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and  Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 

City of Norman Major Infrastructure Projects

The City of Norman is investing approximately $150 million 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.

Hazard Mitigation Planning Survey

To better prepare for, and respond to, natural disasters, we are working in collaboration with the University of Okahoma Public Opinion Learning Laboratory (OU POLL) on a survey of Norman residents. The results will be used to inform the five-year Hazard Mitigation Plan currently being developed.

The 2017 Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is Now Available

You can find the 2017 Consumer Confidence Report online at www.normanwater.com. The annual report informs our customers about water quality, water sources, types of testing and test results.

University North Park Presentation Information

At their May 22 Study Session, the Norman City Council heard several presentations related to the University North Park proposed project, including the Master Plan Update, the UNP Arenda Feasibility Study Findings, Dr. Robert Daufenbach's study on the Impact of Proposed New University North Park Development on Property and Sales Tax Revenues for the City of Norman, and Cleveland County.

City of Norman ADA Self-Assessment and Transition Plan Update

An Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan was developed for the City of Norman in 1992. The City Council adopted the Transition Plan on May 11, 1993.

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