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January 9, 2024
Congrats to Ryan Gibson Congratulation to Ryan Gibson on being appointed Fire Chief effective March 29, 2024

Ryan Gibson and Anthony Stewart. Chief Anthony Stewart will retire in March of 2024.

November 13, 2023
Aquatic Center is closed for repairs

The Vernie Snow Aquatic Center will be closed for Maintenace and Safety Repairs until April 2, 2024. If you have booked a Private Party or an event, please…

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…

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Congratulations to Aaron Schlegel on his promotion to Corporal for the Kingfisher Police Department.The police department would like to congratulate Aaron Schlegel for his promotion to Corporal for the Kingfisher Police Department. Aaron has been with the department since 2012 and is a major part of the departments operations. See MoreSee Less

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Good Job Aaron !!



Congratulations on your Lifetime Achievement Award Chief
Chief Anthony (Tony) Stewart is presented the Lifetime Achievement Award for his 40 years at the Kingfisher Fire Department. Chief Stewart was presented the award by City of Kingfisher Manager, Jim Thomas. Chief Stewart, we hope you can #experienceKingfisher in a new way as a retired man!
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Such an honor to be a part of this! Congratulations Chief Stewart


Congratulations Chief Stewart.

Kingfisher City Hall will open at 11:00AM due to slick and hazardous roads. See MoreSee Less

The Convenience Center will not be open on Saturday January 13th, 2024, due to extreme cold temperatures. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. See MoreSee Less

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.