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CC)—The Enid Mayor and Board of Commissioners will meet in Regular Session this evening. Commissioners are scheduled to consider a resolution making the 100 block of Park an official public forum specifically for the full exercise of First Amendment rights, as well as creating a new permitting process for non-commercial events held in the space. The resolution appears to be a response to counter a legal nonprofit’s recent request that the city cease infrastructure work on Park, including excavating a 10-foot-deep hole for a Christmas tree in the middle of the street, where The One will take place later this year. All residents would be able to use the venue, according to the resolution after receiving a permit. The One is set to debut Nov. 26 as part of Enid Lights Up the Plains, with numerous free, religious Christmas events planned through New Year’s around the 140-foot Christ Tree in the middle of Park, which will be closed off to traffic. Commissioners will meet in study session at 5:00 p.m., followed by their regular meeting at 6:30. Both meetings will be held in Council Chambers of the City Administration Building on West Garriott. Both meetings are open to the public.



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NM)--Enid Public Schools will continue to not require students or staff quarantine due to possible COVID-19 exposure, unless ordered to do so by local or state health officials. Superintendent Darrell Floyd said during Monday’s school board meeting, EPS is not mandating quarantines because last year’s guidelines kept so many students and staff out of school for up to 14 days at a time. He said the policy wouldn’t be changed unless the district was required to do so by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. EPS board members decided not to take further action on the district’s current COVID policy, thereby leaving it in place on Monday. Floyd said discussion of the policy likely would come up each month, reiterating the plan of primarily leaving health decisions up to students’ families, in lieu of any COVID restrictions in place this year. Those who’ve tested positive for COVID are recommended to remain home for 10 days from when symptoms first appeared. Anyone sick at home, including with COVID, is then allowed to return to school once they’ve been fever-free for 24 hours without help from medication. Masks are not required this year on campus, following the state Senate bill that became law July 1 prohibiting mandates of any kind related to COVID in public schools in Oklahoma. A temporary injunction on the law is in place, however, while it’s being argued before Oklahoma County district court.



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AN)--Main Street Enid, the downtown revitalization program, had 13 finalists and six winners in Monday night’s 32nd annual Oklahoma Main Street award competition. Main Street Enid’s winter ice rink, Holidays on Ice, won for a premier special event with over 1,000 attendees. Main Street partner Settlers Brewing Co. won the best building/business branding award. Enid Brewing Co. & Eatery won for best new business in the state. “Under Her Wing was the Universe” won for Best Placemaking Project. Comic Con/Crazy Days won for Best Retail Event. And, Main Street Enid was named the Outstanding Main Street Program in the state.

Winners were announced Monday night at the awards banquet in Oklahoma City.



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CV)— 484 newly confirmed coronavirus cases were reported in the state since Monday, according to daily numbers released late this morning by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. Due to technical issues, the daily case count was downloaded earlier than usual on Sunday in anticipation of possible issues surrounding internal system upgrades. The health department said the case count is expected to return to more typical numbers on Wednesday. The health department did not release an updated provisional death count number today. Currently, 16,478 Oklahomans are considered active cases in the state, with 1,327 people hospitalized in Oklahoma for treatment of the virus. The seven-day rolling average for new cases reported was 1,834. 



Situation Update: COVID-19

Data shown are preliminary and subject to change
as additional information is obtained

COVID-19 Cases


New Cases


New Cases 7 day Average


Active Cases


CDC/NCHS Provisional Deaths

9,892 (As of 9/20/21)



There have been 9055 positive COVID-19 cases, and 146 deaths in Garfield County. 8015 of those cases and 135 deaths have been in Enid. In surrounding counties: Kingfisher County has reported 2437 cases, Alfalfa 1243, Blaine County is at 1366 cases, Major 1128, and Grant 659.


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EM)--The City of Enid Engineering Department has scheduled a presentation for business owners, property owners, and residents interested on the proposed road improvements for East Randolph between North Washington and North 7th Street. The presentation will be held in the Council Chambers at City of Enid Administration Building at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday and will cover the remaining construction schedule. Construction plans will be available for viewing at the meeting and questions will be taken following the presentation. 



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CP)--The City of Enid Parks and Recreation Department will host “Camping in the Park” at Meadowlake Park on Friday, September 24th and Saturday, September 25th. There will be a weekend full of activities and adventure, including s’mores, the “Tom and Jerry” movie on Friday night, and a hearty breakfast on Saturday morning. This family friendly event is open for citizens of all ages; however, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult throughout the entire event. So, dust off your tent, your camping gear, and get ready to camp in the park. For more information regarding this event, including event policies, rules and itinerary, please visit This event is free; however, you must secure your spot by registering you and your party by Monday, September 20th. For questions, contact the Parks and Recreation department by phone at (580) 616-7210 or by email at To check out upcoming events, go to:





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