City of Claremore Claremore Presents Legacy Transportation Plan June 6, 2016 At the recent City Council meeting, City Manager Jim Thomas presented a video regarding the Legacy Transportation Plan. Previous articleWhy Didn’t I Think of That? #10 is VERY Handy for the Summer!Next articleRocklahoma: A Retrospective Latest articles Ladies Gala on Wednesday, October 6, at Rogers State... Guess What’s Coming to the Former Golden Corral Location? City Introduces The Lilac District in Downtown Claremore Leadership Rogers County Presents Donation to Light of Hope Similar articles City of Claremore Claremore Provides Funding for Utility Customers Struggling with Financial Hardships ashley - August 3, 2021 0 The Claremore COVID CARES Act Utility Assistance Program launched on Aug. 1, 2021. City of Claremore utility customers who are struggling due to COVID-related... Read more City of Claremore Claremore Announces COVID Cares Act Utility Assistance Program; Funding for Mental Health Services ashley - July 21, 2021 0 The City of Claremore is dedicating a portion of its CARES Act funding to support citizens in need of financial assistance for utilities and... Read more City of Claremore City of Claremore Launches New Phone App ashley - July 20, 2021 0 The City of Claremore has released a free phone app intended to provide residents and visitors with key information about the City. Users can search... Read more 7 COMMENTS Sounds great. Details?! Yeah right though my house….can’t wait….:( Maybe actually get good paying jobs and industry instead of more fast food joints? Fixing the garbage roads we have would help too. Jeri Koehler Brandon Irby Jim Thomas they should have started the legacy plan 15 years ago– the citizens of Claremore future is not bright, because of trains traffic and taxes in Claremore!! Where can a Rogers County citizen view the strategic plan? It will never happen, hell we can’t even get a bridge built-in Claremore. Trains and more trains and traffic is horrible! I lived in Claremore for 25 years. I have always worked and shopped in Tulsa because of the trains. Comments are closed.