Owasso Library will be closed August 24 - 30 for library improvements.
Tuesday, November 12 is election day in the cities of Tulsa and Sand Springs. Early voting continues until 6 p.m. today (Friday, November 8) at the Tulsa County Election Board (555 N. Denver, Tulsa). There will be no early voting tomorrow (Saturday) or Monday.
Polls will be open Tuesday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sand Springs voters will decide 3 bond issues. Access bond details here: http://www.sandspringsok.org/index.aspx?NID=410 and sample ballots here: http://www.tulsacounty.org/Tulsacounty/sampleballots/2013/nov12/sandsprings.pdf
Voters in the City of Tulsa will decide races for Mayor and City Auditor. Voters will also decide on the Improve our Tulsa projects as well as a pay raise for City Councilors.
Information about the Improve Our Tulsa propositions can be accessed here: http://www.improveourtulsa.com/. The Improve Our Tulsa capital improvements package features $918 million in funding for a range of infrastructure projects for the City of Tulsa – maintenance and repair of things like streets, bridges, public safety, parks and city-owned facilities, one of the included projects is the Central Library Renovation.
Information for Citizens for a Better Vision, a group opposing Improve Our Tulsa can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensForaBetterVision
Access information about the mayoral and city auditor candidates (in alphabetical order):
Not sure where to vote on Tuesday? Access the precinct locator here: http://www.tulsacounty.org/TulsaCounty/TulsaCoHtml.aspx?framesrc=pctloc
Access other election related information as well as election results (when available) from the Tulsa City-County Library Government Information Department.