This Event will be March 11th, 2021 from 2pm - 4pm
at the McLoud Farmers Market - Corner of 11th and Broadway
Important Reminders -
In order to shop, please bring a current mailed utility BILL with your current physical address and a form of Photo ID.
If you have shopped with us before, you can only shop ON OR AFTER your scheduled monthly date.
If you shop at the Mobile Market, you CANNOT shop at the store front in Shawnee.
The Historical Society will be handing out FREE Homemade Soup, bread, and dessert served Curbside, February 5th, 2021 from 11am to 2 pm. Located at 421 E. Broadway, McLoud, OK 74851
A huge thank you from the City of McLoud to BancFirst McLoud for their $10,000 donation! We can't wait to see this money put to good use in the beautification of the Shannon Fredman Community Building / Police Department.
We cannot thank our friends at OG&E enough for their contribution to the lighting project at our Walking Trails. This is going to be an amazing addition and benefit to the park!
The city has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant which will be used to replace sewer lines in the Heritage Park area.
McLoud was founded in 1895 with the first post office opening on June 21st. It was named for John W McLoud, a railroad attorney. McLoud became known as the Blackberry Capitol of the World during the 1940s after President Harry Truman was sent a crate of blackberries by the Blackberry Growers' Association. In 1942 Margie Wilson-Morgan became the first Blackberry Queen at the towns' popular Blackberry Festival.
The population of McLoud as recent as 2015 was recorded at 4,384. This is an increase from previous years. McLoud is a rural community with small town charm and the convenience of large town proximity. Among the small town charm are friendly faces seen among town at local shops and restaurants and traditions such as the towns notorious Blackberry Festival still held the first week in July.
The City of McLoud has plans for growth and improvement with the 2030 Comprehensive Plan. This plan includes expected growth in population and business. With this growth there are projects underway to improve infrastructure and the local economy.
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In our efforts to protect you while making payments, the City of McLoud highly recommends making payments through the 'pay now' links above or by utilizing our office in-person and drop-off options. Payments may also be mailed to our PO Box: PO Box 300 McLoud, OK 74851. If you have any questions or concerns regarding a payment you can contact City Hall at 405-788-4751. Thank you for being a part of our McLoud Proud Community!