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A.Children 6-years-old or in the first grade or older, may receive a free card, if they are attending school in Creek County. A parent or legal guardian must sign the application card authorizing the child to have a card. The parent must present valid photo identification and proof of current residence in Creek County.
B.Adults not residing, working full-time or attending school fulltime in Creek County may pay $10.00 for a library card usable for one year. Applicants must present valid photo identification and proof of current residence.
C.All adult cardholders are responsible for the safe return of all items borrowed on their cards. They are responsible for all fines and charges. There can be no more than $3.00 in fines and charges for a library card to be in good standing and be able to check out items.
D.Parents/legal guardians are responsible for the care of items borrowed and the safe return of those items borrowed by the child authorized by them. They are responsible for all fines and charges. There can be no more than $3.00 in fines and charges on their family card and for the child’s library card to be in good standing and available for checking out items.
E.When receiving a library card for the first time there is a limit of two books allowed for checkout. This gives the library a chance to check references by the time the two items have been returned
If Patrons are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian may be with you while they are on the computer since the youth may need guidance. Please do not drop your child off at the library as they are likely to not get to be on the computer without your approval or your presence there.
If they are found in violation of the Internet Policy, their computer usage may be suspended for a period of time. Patrons cannot come back a second time during the same day in order to accomodate all our patrons who wish to use the computer unless you have not used up all your time allowed. If you need to print you must pay .25 per sheet so that we may keep a supply of paper on hand for printing. We use Cassie as our computer management software.
Sunday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
The Sapulpa Stormwater Management Program not only focuses on water quantity, but also water quality. Water pollution degrades surface waters making them unsafe for drinking, fishing, swimming, and other activities. As stormwater flows across a surface, it picks up and carries any pollutants that were present on that surface. When a large surface area drains to a creek, it can accumulate a lot of pollutants! Maintaining good water quality in Sapulpa’s creeks and streams is important for preserving healthy creek habitats and ecosystems. The City of Sapulpa is permitted with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality for stormwater discharges. This gives the City of Sapulpa ultimate responsibility for the water quality of stormwater discharges from the City of Sapulpa.
Maintain vehicles to prevent fluid leaks. Don’t pour used motor oil, antifreeze, pesticides or other pollutants into storm drains. Contact the City of Sapulpa’s Environmental Administrator at 918-248-5934 for proper disposal methods and locations.
Apply fertilizers and pesticides properly. Do not apply if rain is in the near forecast. Read labels to determine how much to use and when to apply. The Creek County OSU Extension (918-224-2192) has trained staff to answer questions about pesticides and fertilizers.
Pick up litter around your home or business so it doesn’t collect on drain inlets or clog sewer pipes. If you see someone littering, report the incident to the Oklahoma Litter Hotline, 1-888-5-LITTER.
The City of Sapulpa was issued a Storm Water Discharge permit with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) on October 27, 2006. This permit requires the development and implementation of an educational, operating and maintenance program to control storm water pollution through:1. Public Education and Outreach;2. Public Participation and Involvement;3. Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination;4. Construction Site Run-Off Control;5. Post-Construction Management; and6. Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations.
The requirements of the Stormwater Management Program were federally mandated, but neither the State of Oklahoma nor the federal government provided a funding source. The Stormwater Utility Fee was implemented to cover the federally mandated requirements.
Zoning provides the standards and regulations that apply to land and structures in the City of Sapulpa. These standards and regulations help implement the City's Comprehensive Plan which contain goals, policies and recommendations of how development in the city (long-term) is to be achieved.
The City of Sapulpa has numerous zoning districts. Each one has a list of permitted uses and standards for building setbacks, densities, and heights. Some have specific design guidelines.
Please refer to the Zoning Code.
Times are typical and subject to weather, holidays, etc.
Begin by discussing your project with Planning staff. Submit the application and all required documentation for review. Staff will advise if any additional information is necessary. When complete, the application is presented by the Urban Development Director to the Board of Adjustment at their monthly meeting. The Board will decide to Approve; Approve with Conditions; or Deny the request.
If the application is approved, you may apply for a building permit. If the application is denied, you may appeal the decision within ten (10) days.
A Variance is a form of relief from the zoning ordinance to permit the use of land in a way that is not otherwise permitted under the ordinance. Variances are considered if the literal application of the Zoning Code would produce an unnecessary hardship on the landowner and rendering the property virtually useless.
Financial hardship is not applicable for consideration of a Variance.
Applications for a Special Exception or a Variance are presented to the Board of Adjustment.
A “subdivision” is the division or separation of a large tract of typically unimproved land under single ownership into smaller units, lots, or parcels.
Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA)--An area having special flood, mudflow or flood-related erosion hazards and shown on a Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM)
100-year flood or the base flood is also known as the 1-percent (1%) annual chance flood, and is defined as the area that will be inundated by the flood event having a 1-percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year.
The 500-year flood zone are areas between the limits of the base flood (100-year) and the 0.2-percent-annual-chance flood. These are areas having a 0.2% chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year that will be inundated by the flood event.
Many of the subdivisions in the City are subject to covenants and deed restrictions which regulate the use of property beyond the limitations contained in the City's ordinances. These deeds and covenants are private agreements between property owners and are not enforced by the City.