Online Utility Bill Payments

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From your computer…

From your mobile device…

Folks have been asking for a way to pay their utility bills using credit and debit cards.  We are excited to announce online utility bill payments are now available.  Simply select the bill pay logo from the top navigation menu on the website from your computer or phone and select the link to continue on to the secure payment portal.  You will be asked for your account number (available on your utility bill, or call the water clerk at (405) 969-2538 X2) and your name and email address.  After you register, payments can be made online in just a few simple steps.  You are also encouraged to signup for eBills so you will receive your utility bill online, and be able to view past statements and print them, if necessary.  You are also able to download a free mobile app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store to make your bill pay even easier.  You can pay your current bill or schedule automatic future payments.  All electronic payments are subject to a $2.99 convenience fee, charged by our payment processor, Payment Service Network.

As always, you are still welcome to pay your bill at the city hall counter or drive thru window.

Give it a try….let me know what you think.

How did we get here, from there…? (Part 2; The 1890’s)

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Did you know that the downtown of Crescent wasn’t actually IN the city? The original plat of the city from November 17th, 1893 shows that the incorporated city limits of Crescent was actually the eastern portion of town. The original plat was 18 blocks of land bordered by Mulberry St on the West and Oak St on the East, Grand Ave on the North and Forest Ave on the South. The street names have been changed since then, Grand was changed to Sanderson and Oak changed to its current name, Ash St.

The first image is where it all starts, the original boundaries of the City of Crescent. So we add this to the map and… VIOLA! We have a map of the city from 1893 (please ignore the surrounding streets… while things change over time, the streets that are mapped here are the current streets)

Next week we skip ahead to the turn of the century with the first official annexation!

 

Power Outage

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UPDATE:  Power restored at 3:23PM.

 

UPDATE:  OG&E is now expecting power to be restored by  3:40PM.

 

For the latest information, click HERE.

 

Power has been out to approximately 850 residents of Crescent since 12:26PM today.  OG&E is expecting the power to be restored by 1:40PM.   No explanation about the cause of the outage has been given at this time.  I will update when more information becomes available.

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