City of Claremore
The City of Claremore is a full service municipality that strives to provide the best comprehensive community services possible. The City operates under the Council/Manager form of government. The City Manager serves as the chief executive officer and is responsible for all day to day operations of the City, while the Council serves as the policy making body. The City Council consists of eight individuals representing their respective wards and a mayor who is elected at large. The City Council meets regularly two times each month in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
The City of Claremore recently completed construction of a new lift station, replaced two highly traveled bridges and enhancen community revitalization through code enforcement and infill development efforts. The City continues to move forward with other traffic improvements such as the JM Davis widening project, economic development, utility system improvements, including underground electric line and sewer pipe replacements and water quality improvements.
City of Claremore employees live and work in the community and are committed to provide and maintain an exceptional living environment. Employees are recognized on a regular basis for their service to the community. There are over 20 departments in the city, including Public Infrastructure, Parks and Recreation, Claremore Electric, Senior Citizen Services, and Police, Fire and Animal Control Services.
Claremore City Hall
104 S. Muskogee Ave • (918) 341-1325 • www.claremorecity.com
Bill Flanagan, Mayor • Terry Willis, Deputy Mayor • Jim Thomas, City Manager • Jonah Humes, Assistant to the City Manager
City Council Members
Jeff Godwin, Ward Four
Will DeMier, Ward Four
Claremore Police Department
Claremore Police Department, with 50+ employees, is under the direction of Chief Stan Brown. Staff includes investigators, patrolmen, animal control officers, a school resource officer, and support personnel. The department is committed to the philosophy of community policing. Various programs are conducted within the city to forge a partnership between the police department and the citizens including hospital visits for children, SOS program (serving our senior adults), bicycle safety, child fingerprinting, neighborhood watch, bicycle patrol, RAD program, school resource officer, and a wide variety of crime prevention programs. Officers and support personnel exceed and excel in all training and certification requirements.
Claremore PD also offers an 11 week Citizens Police Academy Program that gives citizens a look at the law enforcement profession. For info: 341-8842.
All CPD Officers and support personnel exceed and excel in all training and certification requirements.
Claremore Fire Department
Claremore Fire Department, with 45 employees, is under the direction of Chief Sean Douglas. The department is a highly trained tactically and operationally efficient emergency service delivery agency. Services delivered include a Level A hazardous Materials Response Team (one of five in the state); specialized rescue services, including vehicular, swift-water, underwater/dive, heavy rescue and high-angle confined space and trench rescue; first responder emergency medial services; and all disciplines of fire suppression. In addition to emergency response, the department proactively provides prevention services to its citizens through a variety of prevention programs.
Rogers County continues to be one of the fastest growing counties in Oklahoma. Claremore serves as the county seat. Rogers County Courthouse is located at 200 South Lynn Riggs Boulevard.
In 2014, two major projects were completed. Rogers County has a new state-of-the-art 911 dispatch center, and renovations to Rogers County Courthouse were finalized.
* See Fingertip Phone Numbers for county office information.
Non-Emergency Phone: (918) 342-9700
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Department, led by Sheriff Scott Walton and his staff, serve over 88,000 citizens countywide (711 square miles) and operate the jail. The staff consists of 45 officers, 39 reserves, 7 support personnel, and 49 detention officers, as well as 18 auxiliary deputies who are part of Mounted Patrol, which formed in 2013.
The Rogers County Sheriff’s office is recognized as one of the best in the state for their outstanding programs, safety education, community involvement and personnel.
Volunteer fire districts provide fire protection for those in rural areas. In cooperation with Claremore Fire Department, Tri-District, Limestone, Verdigris, and Northwest serve Rogers County. The fire district member train and serve with their neighbors.
Eight districts serve the citizens and businesses of Rogers County. Each water district is committed to providing service and affordable rates while promoting the efficient use of water. Each district is governed by a board of directors.
Rogers County is divided into three county commissioner districts. County Commissioners are responsible for roads, bridges and rural cemeteries. They also administer the court system, oversee the courthouse and the emergency management team for the county. County Commissioners are:
Dan Delozier, District 1: firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Hendrix, District 2: email@example.com
Ron Burrows, District 3: firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Phone: (918) 923-4798 • www.rogerscounty.org
Office: (918) 341-2477 • Dispatch: (918) 342-4747
Pafford EMS currently serves Claremore. They provide 24-hour response to emergency and non-emergency calls. To date five units are dedicated to Rogers County and forty certified paramedic s and emergency medical technicians handle all emergency needs from advance life support to transports.