Mayor Stephen Brinlee determined that with the dropping numbers of active COVID-19 cases, it is safe to open the City Hall to the public with safeguards in place to protect both the staff and the public. Anyone entering City Hall is required to wear a mask and a temperature check will be initiated for each visitor.
The public is asked to limit any visit to a necessary visit. Please conduct your business on the phone if possible or make an appointment. Water bills can continue to be placed in the Drop Box on the front porch. By limiting interaction, we can ensure minimum exposure and minimize the possibility of being infected with the COVID-19 virus.
Physical attendance at the monthly City Council Meetings is discouraged; however, attendance via ZOOM is both available and highly encouraged. The ZOOM contact information is published each month on this website as well as on the front door of the City Hall. You also may call 918-465-5361 to receive that information.
Mayor Brinlee stated he appreciated the patience of Wilburton citizens during this pandemic as each of us made decisions to do what was necessary to contain and minimize the spread of the virus. It appears all of our efforts are now paying off with the apparent decline of contagious residents. We are hopeful with all the measures in place that eventually the pandemic will end and all restrictions will soon be lifted. Meanwhile, keep vigilant and always wear a mask outside of your home.