This page includes some of the City's large projects, including Infrastructure Projects, T.I.M.E Projects and other initiatives. A list of master plans can be found on the Capital Improvement Program page. Also, see our Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Projects page for related content.
Replace the bridge on 3rd Avenue that crosses Boomer Creek from Park Drive to Perkins Road. The new bridge will add sidewalks and bike lanes.
The City will rebuild 7th Avenue, from Main Street to Lewis Street. This project includes part of the alleys in both directions and underground infrastructure.
Replacing the cathodic protection system for the Kaw water line and various distribution and collection facilities throughout the City. These upgrades help protect water lines from corrosion.
This is a joint project with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). The City is responsible for design, utility relocation and rights of ways acquisitions, and ODOT is responsible for construction.
Replacement of a portion of the northeast and south interceptors that deliver wastewater to the wastewater treatment plant; replacement of the Foxfire Lift Station; Replacement of a sanitary sewer aerial crossing
The Stillwater Regional Water system serves more than 79,000 people and covers more than 900 square miles. We continue to meet water quality regulations but our infrastructure is inadequate to meet future needs. The raw water delivery and treatment systems need repair and enhancements to accommodate continued growth and economic development in our city and region.
Stillwater’s 37-year-old Animal Welfare facility has not kept pace with the growth and needs of the Stillwater community. Because of lack of funding, the Animal Welfare building has been unable to make many upgrades and improvements through the years.
Block 34, located in downtown Stillwater, has long been a desired location for a special community space. Steve Irby, a Stillwater resident and owner of Kicker, has partnered with the City of Stillwater to fund the development, programming, and operations support for Block 34 over the next ten years.
The 83-year-old building is woefully outdated and falls well below current national environmental, safety, technological and living standards. In addition, despite the best efforts of Stillwater firefighters, Fire State No. 2 response times are hindered by its location and physical limitations.
Replacing the bridge on North Husband Street that crosses Boomer Creek, situated between Franklin and Redbud Drive.
When the City receives a marginal to significant rain event, road conditions on 12th Avenue can become hazardous due to flooding. This project aims to improve driving conditions by diverting a significant amount of the storm water under the roadway via a new storm sewer structure.