Claremore Citizens, Let’s Make Our City Great!

Photo by Jake Krumwiede

The City of Claremore has published an online survey asking citizens to rank future priorities. The survey is part of an on-going effort of the Claremore Dreams 2025 campaign launched in May of this year.

Claremore Dreams 2025 is a strategic visioning and planning process that develops a shared vision for the future of the community. The campaign has 11 milestones and culminates at the State of the City address in January 2018.

Citizens are encouraged to complete the survey by visiting The survey is designed to prioritize key areas of feedback that city administration has received through town hall meetings.

The Claremore Dreams campaign has actively engaged every corner of the city over the past six months. City administration has held strategic visioning sessions with elected officials, education leadership, business and industry leaders, civic and faith community leaders, internal meetings with city employees, and three town hall meetings with the public.

Citizens have the opportunity to participate in the final town hall meeting taking place on November 16th from 6pm-8pm at Catalayah Elementary School.

Full details on the town hall meeting and survey can be found at

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