Please join us in congratulating and welcoming Steve Richards to his newly elected position as Mayor of Kingfisher. Mayor Richards has an extensive and committed career in serving our community, most recently as the City’s representative for the county E-911 project, serving two previous terms as a City Commissioner, and retiring as a Fire Fighter with the City of Kingfisher. We are looking forward to Mayor Richards’s leadership and guidance as we prepare Kingfisher to maximize opportunities and overcome challenges to make our community a place of pride and opportunity for residents, businesses and visitors.
We would like to thank outgoing Mayor Jack Stuteville for his leadership, dedication and commitment to the community during his tenure in office. We have made significant achievements and accomplishments under Mayor Stuteville’s leadership. We are appreciative of his service.
We would also like to recognize and thank Dawn Terrell for her willingness to run for office and offer her services for our community. We appreciate the clean campaigns ran by all candidates, focusing on relevant issues and working for the betterment of Kingfisher.
We are appreciative of everyone who voted in this election. We appreciate the passion and zest of all citizens who actively participated in the democratic process of the election. At times during local politics, it appears that sides are taken, when the truth of the matter, is that we are all on the same side, the side that wants to continue making Kingfisher, the special place that we are proud to call home.
On behalf of Mayor Richards, the City Commissioners, the City Manager, and City Staff, we are looking forward to cooperative efforts and working with our community to keep Kingfisher as the best place to call home.
The City of Kingfisher is pleased to announce that our City Code of Ordinances is available online. Simply click the “City Charter and Code” link on our top navigation bar.
The current code includes the City Charter as well as zoning and building regulations.
Customers can search through the Code by Chapter and Title, or utilize the keyword search feature to find all codification related to a word or phrase.
The City is working on developing a new website, and your input is valued. What can we provide on our website to make it better for you and the community? Please let us know, and if you have any good pictures of the community and would like them to be used on the site, we gladly welcome the opportunity to show off your work.
Please submit your comments by selecting the “contact us” link under the “City Goverment” tab.
We are looking at updating the site to promote, market and showcase the community of Kingfisher in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce. We realize that our site has gotten outdated and we are looking to have a website that reflects the modern and progressive community that we have while promoting our rich history and culture.
Thank you to all of the event coordinators, volunteers, and area residents who made the KOCO Helping Hands Tour such a wonderful success for the community. Although the list of individual names to thank would exceed the space allowed, all efforts were greatly appreciated. Channel 5 personell were quite complimentary of the community and genuinely impressed with Kingfisher.
The City of Kingfisher is proud to announce the newest addition to our fleet, a CNG powered service truck for the Water Department. We are excited to use CNG fuel to provide quality services to our valued customers. We anticipate using more CNG vehicles as we replace our vehicle fleet.
The northeastern skyline in the City of Kingfisher has changed a little lately with the addition of our new 250,000 gallon water tower. We’ve watched it go up piece by piece and the last couple of weeks have been busy with cleaning, flushing and testing. As of last week the new tower is full and in use.