Ardmore is the largest city in Carter County and the county seat, housing county administration offices and the courthouse. The current city charter dates back to a 1959 vote of the people, while the current Code of Ordinances for the City of Ardmore was first approved by city commissioners in 1968.
We, the people of the City of Ardmore, Oklahoma, exercising the powers of home rule granted to us by the Constitution and laws of the State of Oklahoma, in order to provide for more efficient, adequate and economical government, do hereby amend the heretofore existing Charter of the City of Ardmore, Oklahoma, as amended, by repealing it and substituting in lieu thereof this Charter of the City of Ardmore, Oklahoma; and do hereby ordain, ratify and establish this Charter of the City of Ardmore, Oklahoma, as the organic law of the city.Preamble to the Charter of the City of Ardmore, first approved by 74% of Ardmore voters in April 1959
At a Glance
Government Type: Commissioner-Manager
Regular meeting schedule: 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month (except holidays)
Regular meeting location: 23 South Washington Street – City Commission Chambers (3rd Floor)
Official City of Ardmore website – https://ardmorecity.org/
Ardmore Code of Ordinances (via Municode) – https://library.municode.com/ok/ardmore/codes/code_of_ordinances
Official Facebook profile – https://www.facebook.com/cityofardmore/
Agenda Center – Official RSS Feed from ArdmoreCity.org
The following list is automatically gathered from the CIty of Ardmore website using RSS, or “Really Simple Syndication,” to provide real-time access to agendas from Ardmore City Hall. These links will take you directly to the City of Ardmore website.
The Ardmore City Commissioner talks about his uncontested second term and what to expect for the next three years [Read more]
Commissioners will have to approve a budget before the new fiscal year begins on July 1 [Read more]
ARDMORE – Space for the cremated remains of up to 48 people at a city cemetery was given final approval by the Ardmore City Commission on Monday. Parks and Recreation Department Director Teresa Ervin told [Read more]
The retail development that brought Academy Sports, Burke’s Outlet and other shopping destinations will begin phase two with a new road and an incoming grocery store. [Read more]
The following is the Facebook Watch stream provided by the City of Ardmore.
What good is an elected representative at City Hall if they can’t just send someone out to fix that problem in your neighborhood? It turns out even a small town can get complex.
Page last updated Feb. 14, 2024