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Upcoming Events

Nov 13, 2018

TAC and ARC (as Needed)- Two Tuesdays per month at 3:30 pm (Off Weeks from City Council).  Please see additional information below. 

 

Nov 15, 2018

Board of Adjustment- One Thursday per Month at 6:00 pm (Week between Planning Commission). Please see additional information below. 

 

Nov 19, 2018

City Council- 1st and 3rd Mondays per Month at 7:00 pm (Not all items go to City Council). Please see additional information below. 

Nov 20, 2018

Application Filing Cutoff- Two Tuesdays per Month 3:00 PM (some weeks as City Council). Please see additional information below. 

 

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Nov 05, 2018

Jenks Fire Department Hosts Unique Training

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Hallowmarine Returns October 27th through the 31st.

Oct 25, 2016

 

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Save the Date: Lights On! set for November 17

Oct 25, 2016

 Kick off the holiday shopping season in downtown Jenks on Nov. 17 as the community gathers to turn on the lights over Main Street.

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Native Fall Festival

Oct 17, 2016

Join the Tulsa Indian Club and the Engage Life Institute for the Native Fall Festival Oct. 22 at RiverWalk Crossing!The festival will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 300 RiverWalk Terrace in Jenks.

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Fall Trash Bash

Oct 10, 2016

The Jenks Kiwanis Club will host a fall trash bash Oct. 15. Trash Bash will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Locust Street, just east of Southlakes Golf Course (roughly 1315 W. Main St.).

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Apply now for Leadership Jenks

Sep 13, 2016

 

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Park Construction

Aug 30, 2016

 The City of Jenks, Jenks Public Schools, and Tulsa County are partnering to construct the Downtown Commons Park and two new parking lots in downtown Jenks. Tulsa County Vision 2025 is funding the project.

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Lane Closures on Wednesday, Aug. 24th and Thursday, Aug. 25th.

Aug 22, 2016

 

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Lane Closures on 96th St. Bridge for painting of the bridge

Aug 11, 2016

 

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Effective July 20th, Aquarium Drive/ 101st St. will be closed for construction from 7th St.

Jul 18, 2016

 Effective July 20, Aquarium Drive/ 101st St. will be closed for construction from 7th St. to the southernmost entrance to the Oklahoma Aquarium.

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The new Jenks: small-town-feel, big-city style The evolution of Jenks turned sleepy town into prosperous suburb

Jun 30, 2016

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Nov 05, 2018

Jenks Fire Department Hosts Unique Training

All new EMSA paramedics in Tulsa/Jenks area gathered at Jenks Fire Station 2 today.

These first reponders learned how to provide life-saving techniques and procedures in a coordinated high stress environment . It is important for the new paramedics and firefighters receive training in environments of stress to learn how to stay calm and trouble-shoot problems. 

Alf Zeilinger, Clinical Coordinator for EMSA, provides this training every year and has asked Jenks Fire Department to host the past several years.  When asked why he chose Jenks as the training spot, Zeilinger said, "Jenks [Station 2] provides the only opportunity in the region that new paramedics can get hands-on training in real cars with real outside issues."  He is referring to issues like the Jaws of Life, which Jenks Firefighters used on the cars while the medics were treating hypothetical patients.  Other issues the medics and firefighters faced during training were simulated rain, yelling from instructors, and loud noises - all meant to distract and keep their stress level high while they worked.  Three vehicles were used as training equipment and each simulated accident became increasingly more challenging.  

The highlight of the day was when LifeFlight, the area medical helicopter, landed at Station 2 for the medics and firefighters to learn more about how patients are transported and treated in the air.  Most of these medics and firefighters never get to see the inside of a "bird", which is the term used to reference the helicpoter by the first responders. Since they all cover an urban area (Tulsa/Jenks), the helicopter is not utilized as much as those living and working in rural areas.  Therefore, seeing the inside of the helicopter, being able to ask questions, and learning from the LifeFlight crew was a special bonus in an already top notch training.

Jenks Fire Department Chief Greg Ostrum was excited to host again this year and looks forward to the continued partnership between Jenks Fire and EMSA providing this beneficial training.

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Jenks breaks ground on park that some locals comparing to Guthrie Green

Sep 23, 2016

 

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Upcoming lane closures for resurfacing Thursday, Sept. 22nd, to complete the resurfacing project.

Sep 14, 2016

 

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Oklahoma's Fastest Growing City Is Set To See Commercial Growth

Aug 31, 2016

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Kelp Forest and Discovery Caves- Open to Explore!

Aug 22, 2016

 

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ALLEY BASH AUGUST 20 at 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Aug 04, 2016

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LIMB DROP OFF & CURBSIDE PICKUP

Jul 15, 2016

 

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FlyingTee’s three flights of restaurants are a par-fect fit for the facility: A stroke of culinary genius

Jul 11, 2016

A stroke of culinary genius

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Tulsa World Review: Rotisserie cooking highlights Ironwood at FlyingTee

Jul 06, 2016

 FlyingTee offers variety of fare at its three restaurants

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INDEPENDENCE DAY IN JENKS

Jun 21, 2016

 

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Boomfest at RiverWalk Jenks July 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jun 13, 2016

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