COVID-19 Information

March 24, 2020 Today at 2:00pm, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt issued a new executive order that directly affects businesses in Tulsa County and therefore the City of Glenpool. As part of the continued statewide effort to “flatten the curve” on #COVID19 and to attempt to slow the spread of the virus, the governor has issued a “Safer at Home” order statewide, requesting elderly and any individuals who are immunocompromised or have pre-existing conditions to shelter in their homes, leaving only for essential needs like groceries or prescriptions, until April 30.

Other key provisions of the order include:

  • The order closes all non-essential businesses, including hair salons, gyms/fitness clubs, theaters, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, museums, etc. in counties where a confirmed case of COVID-19 exists. That includes Tulsa County, and therefore the City of Glenpool. Restaurants may remain open, but must close their dine-in area, offering instead only curbside pickup and/or delivery.
  • Businesses must come into compliance by midnight Wednesday, March 25.
  • The Governor’s order also suspends elective surgeries, minor medical procedures, and non-emergency dental procedures beginning March 25 for the next two weeks to preserve medical supplies and PPE for COVID-19 response. The order prohibits gatherings of 10 or more individuals statewide. This is already in alignment with our local emergency order. The order prohibited visitors at hospitals, nursing homes, retirement or long-term care facilities, and activated the Oklahoma National Guard Regional Training Institute where 19 members of the Guard have been mobilized to observe COVID-19 developments and be ready to take any necessary actions requested by the governor to help communities and hospitals.

Essential versus non-essential businesses: The Oklahoma Department of Health is using this guidance to make the determination.
Oklahoma Department of Health website:

March 20, 2020 - Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Mayor Tim Fox has signed a proclamation and order limiting and closing certain commercial businesses in the City of Glenpool. City officials are following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Tulsa County Health Department to slow the spread of COVID-19. The proclamation takes effect March 21, 2020 at 10:00 PM. PROCLAMATION AND ORDER LIMITING AND CLOSING CERTAIN COMMERICAL BUSINESSES

March 19, 2020 - As the City of Glenpool continues to seek measures to protect our citizens and employees from potential exposure to COVID-19, we have closed the lobby of the Water Department until April 17th. The online payment fee has been temporarily waived for online bill pay. Please use the online payment portal at on the Utility page. Payments can also be made by calling the Utility Building at 918-322-5442 or utilizing the drive through at the Utility Building. 


March 17, 2020 - Here’s what you can expect from the City Of Glenpool during this emergency situation:

  • How to pay your bills — use online payment portals at on the Utility page, call in to the Utility Building at 918-322-5442, or utilize the drive through at the Utility Building. For your safety and that of our employees, and to comply with the best practices recommended by the CDC, the lobby of the Utility Building is closed to the public through April 17th.
  • Water, sewer and trash service will continue normally.
    Court will be closed through April 17th. Payments must be made online at on the Municipal Court page or by phone at 918-209-4684.
  • Public access is restricted to emergencies only at the Public Safety Building (fire and police stations).
  • We will not be turning off water service to citizens in the month of March for non-payment to ensure everyone can follow CDC best practices for hand washing and hygiene.
  • City Hall will remain open, but we encourage you to avoid coming into City Hall if possible. We can take payments for permits by phone and most of our permit information is online. Please call 918-322-5409 if you have questions.
  • The Senior Center and Conference Center have cancelled all events through April 17th.

Preparation and prevention

  • Here’s a guide from the CDC about preparing your household. 
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Stay home and avoid contact with others when you are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. 
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. 
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Try singing "Happy Birthday" twice, because that’s about how long it takes. It’s especially important to wash your hands after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing. If soap and water aren’t available, use an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Healthy people don’t need a face mask for protection from any respiratory disease, including COVID-19. Masks are for people showing COVID-19 symptoms to prevent spreading it to others, and for health workers or others taking care of a sick person in a close setting like a home or health care facility.
  • Other states and countries with significant outbreaks have taken steps like closing schools for weeks at a time, and encouraging businesses to close. Make a plan for how you and your family or business would need to adapt to a similar situation if it becomes necessary.
  • Be prepared, not scared. Find more information on how to make a plan and build an emergency kit for any emergency at home here. Find information specifically for COVID-19 on how to prepare your household here, or prepare your business or school system here.


Quick links

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website

Tulsa Health Department website

Tulsa metro information on COVID-19

Statewide COVID-19 information from OSDH

SBA Disaster Loan for Businesses impacted by COVID-19

The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America