Emergency Proclamation Issued in Response to COVID 19: No Public Access at This Time

Welcome to the City of McLoud

Welcome to the City of McLoud

Welcome to the City of McLoudWelcome to the City of McLoud

Emergency Proclamation

City of McLoud Resolution on COVID-19

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Due To Health Concerns ...

IMPORTANT UPDATE!

ATTENTION

We are staffed normal hours (8:00 - 4:30)  However, we are CLOSED for public access and encourage ALL customers to utilize phone communication and online or drop box payments when possible to limit contact and prevent any possible health concerns. 

Please review the Emergency Proclamation posted above for the City's current policies/procedures in response to the COVID-19 virus. 

Thank you for your cooperation and we will do out best to fully serve you during this time. As always if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 405-788-4751. 

Disc Golf Tournament

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McLoud Veterans Park

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For the Next Tournament Dates & Times


The City of McLoud is excited to announce disc golf tournaments at our newly completed disc golf course located on the west end of the McLoud Veterans Park. The 18 hole course weaves through the Lawrence Wahpepah Walking Trail off of 8th street. Come out and see what all the buzz is about!

Thank You's

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Banc First Donation

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.

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OG&E Contribution

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!

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CDBG Grant

The city has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant which will be used to replace sewer lines in the Heritage Park area. 

Our McLoud

Past

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.

Present

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.

Future

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. 

Public Events

Public Meetings, Events, & Happenings Around Town

If you have a community event you would like added to the calendar please contact City Hall. 

No upcoming events.

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City of McLoud

402 E Broadway, McLoud, OK 74851-0300, US

(405) 788-4751

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Meet the Team

City Manager

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

City Clerk/ Treasurer

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Buck Day

City Clerk/ Treasurer

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

City Clerk/ Treasurer

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Melissa Brady

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

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Cynthia Wayman

Operations Manager

Utility/Permit Clerk

Deputy Clerk/ Accts Payable

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Cody Roe

Utility/Permit Clerk

Utility/Permit Clerk

Utility/Permit Clerk

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Jo Haley

Utility/Permit Clerk

Utility/Permit Clerk

Utility/Permit Clerk

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Jackie Martin