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October 21, 2020
Sales Tax Proposition

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the City of Kingfisher will have a proposition on the ballot asking voters to support a 1/3rd cent sales tax for Capital Improvement…

September 4, 2020
New Entry Sign at the North End of Town

Visitors entering Kingfisher on U.S. 81 from the north will now be greeted by a colorful welcome. After three years of planning, led by the Kingfisher Tree Board…

September 4, 2020
New Visitors Center & Chamber Office

Kingfisher Forward needs your help to “Sprint for the Finish” and create a new “front door” for the Kingfisher community. There are commitments for just over $425,000 in…

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July 4

Independence Celebration

Parade: 10:00 AM on Main Street All day celebration/activities at the…

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

July 4

Independence Celebration

Parade: 10:00 AM on Main Street All day celebration/activities at the…

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RED WHITE & BOOMFEST!!!!! Come out and celebrate Independence Day with us for a full day of fun and festivities!!! See MoreSee Less

Congratulations Bill and thank you for your continued service as Chair of the Kingfisher Airport Auhtority.Congratulations Lieutenant Bill Reitz #76 on your retirement after 37 years of service to the State of Oklahoma!

LT Bill Reitz joined OHP in 1985, graduating from the 41st OHP Academy. His first assignment was Troop J/Kingfisher County. In 1990, LT Reitz transferred to Troop T where he was tasked with creating the training curriculum and assisted with the 46th through 52nd OHP Academies.

Reitz was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 1998 and was issued badge #76. He remained in Troop T until 2000 where he transferred back to Troop J. An opening in Troop O allowed LT Reitz to secure a transfer opportunity in 2002. He served the department as a Troop O supervisor until 2010. LT Reitz then returned to Troop J as a supervisor. LT Reitz did have a brief full-time position in the Officers Assistance Program (OAP) and proved to be an active member of the OAP for approximately five years. Ultimately, LT Reitz decided to remain in Troop J until his retirement.
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The Southwest Power Pool (SPP) has called on Kingfisher Electric to generate today. We are pushing out 4.5 megawatts of electricity into the market to offset concerns of low wind energy production today. See MoreSee Less

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WHAT??? You mean wind energy isn’t working??? Fire up those coal and gas plants to make electricity.

The windmills on northwest expressway between okarche and Piedmont were not working at all when we drove by them an hour ago. Not one was working! The wind is blowing around 20 mph!

WHAT!!! I thought wind energy was going to be our answer for the future!! 🤣🤣🤣 NOT! 🤦‍♀️

Why are the wind turbines not running?

Glad to see them running , I remember a few years ago helping put head seals in that inline engine , that was a fun experience .

Natural gas here to save the day. Try to stay cool today Kingfisher Electric, we appreciate you all.

How many Engines Running

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A Vibrant Community to Live, Work, Play & Visit

Welcome to the City of Kingfisher, a vibrant community with a thriving local economy on the outskirts of Oklahoma City, opening the gateway to Northwest Oklahoma.

With a rich history predating statehood and progressive planning to prepare for tomorrow, Kingfisher is the ideal place to live, work, play and visit. As the county seat of Kingfisher County, Oklahoma, our city is most notably recognized as the birthplace of Sam Walton. Kingfisher is situated on a part of the Chisholm Trail. Main permanent tourist attractions include the Chisholm Trail Museum, Gov. Seay Mansion, Veterans Memorial, and Jesse Chisholm statue. These facilities preserve relics and information of the community’s unique heritage.