City of Shawnee FY 2020-2021 Public Budget Hearing Notice
The Proposed Budget Summary for the City of Shawnee, Shawnee Municipal Authority, and the Shawnee Airport Authority, FY 2020-2021, has been posted under the Budget and Finance Department.
Potholes and Street Light Outages
To report damage to our roads please call (405) 273-1960.
Fastest method to report street light outages: https://www.oge.com/wps/portal/oge/outages/reportStreetLightOutage/
2nd Best method: Call OG&E at (800) 272-9741.
3rd Best method: Call the City of Shawnee at (405) 878-1760.
City of Shawnee Emergency Mass Notification System Operational
The City of Shawnee Begins Advanced Metering Installation
Severe Weather Alert Apps
Shawnee Hires New Fire Chief
Mr. Rodney Foster has accepted the position of Fire Chief. He comes to Shawnee with more than 20 years of experience in fire service. Click to learn more about the City of Shawnee's new Fire Chief Rodney Foster
The 2020 Census is now available! You can complete it online here: http://my2020census.gov/
If you haven't received your 12-digit Census ID in the mail, don't worry — you can still take the census online by providing your residential address.
The census is also accessible by calling 844-330-2020 and by mail.
The federal funding that Shawnee will receive for highways, schools, hospitals and more is directly shaped by the household data we submit on the 2020 Census. Experts estimate each household that doesn't complete the census will cost our community about $1,675 in local federal funding per person, per year, for the next ten years.
Count every person living in your residence. All data is used for the purpose of statistics and the census will never ask for your social security number, billing information, or proof of citizenship.
Let's be counted, Shawnee!
Welcome to the Shawnee EXPO!
Invest Here - There are Great Things on the Horizon!
Shawnee is a great place to live and work and was recently named one of the top small cities to start a business in the United States, ranking #17 out of 1,261 cities that have a population between 25,000-100,000. The Oklahoma City-Shawnee Combined Statistical Area includes a regional population of over 1.4 million. Shawnee is home to Oklahoma Baptist University, Gordon Cooper Technology Center and has a diverse national and international manufacturing base. Shawnee has available land, low development costs and an educated workforce and the City and our partners are here to assist you as you examine the possibilities. For more information, please see the Shawnee Economic Development Foundation, which is in the process of merging with the Shawnee Chamber of Commerce under the banner: Shawnee Forward.
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