City Announces “Safer at Home” Executive Order

On March 29, 2020, there was a confirmed COVID-19 case in Rogers County, requiring the county to comply with Governor Kevin Stitt’s “Safer at Home” executive order that calls for non-essential businesses in counties with COVID-19 cases to temporarily suspend services. The measures will go into effect immediately through April 16, 2020.

“We understood that Rogers County would not be immune to the spread of COVID-19, which is why Claremore implemented emergency measures on March 24, 2020 designed to restrict community spread of the virus,” said Jim Thomas, Claremore City Manager. “It is important that all citizens and businesses comply with the Safer at Home order as the most important method to keep our community safe.”

The City of Claremore is in the process of revising its Emergency Management Order to reflect the Governor’s Executive Order.

An updated Frequently Asked Questions document is available HERE. 

 

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