If you need brush picked up off a city easement, please call City Hall at 918-387-2405.
Siren Tests are the first Monday of every month at noon. Contact City Hall for further information.
STORM SHELTER REGISTRATION
With storm season approaching the City of Yale needs your help to help us serve you better by calling or coming by the city office and registering your storm shelter. We are making plans not only to help our citizens in measures of being ready as storms approach but after the storms have left and we…
CLEANING UP THE COMMUNITY
The City staff and Police Department are currently in the process of addressing weeds and trash complaints within the city limits. Notices will be issued for properties that are severe and need to be addressed for weeds and trash. Please continue to work with the City in these areas to improve our home and our town creating a…
WEEDS, TRASH AND RUBBISH
The City of Yale is in the process of enforcing weeds, grass and rubbish. Described properties constitute a nuisance pursuant to provisions of Section 16-55 of Yale City Code. If you have any questions or concerns please call City Hall at 918-387-2405 or the Yale Police Department at 918-387-2406. Thank you for working with the…
PUBLIC STORM SHELTER NOTICE
The City of Yale and Yale Public Schools have made an agreement for use of the Elementary School storm shelter during severe weather. When severe weather occurs and the need is warranted the shelter will be open and available for public use. We are very fortunate to have use of the shelter and we ask…
Former home of Olympian gold medalist, Jim Thorpe.
In 1917, Jim Thorpe bought a small home in Yale, Oklahoma and lived there until 1923 with his wife. The house was bought by the Oklahoma Historical Society in 1968 and is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The house is maintained as a small museum to Thorpe and contains related memorabilia.
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