Detour on Main St Scheduled for December 31, 2018

Main Street striping project resumes Monday, December 31st.  Main Street will be closed between 3rd and 5th St., with traffic detours. 

Public Works Holiday Potluck

Main Street Striping Resumes 12/27/18

⚠️Striping on Main Street will resume today, Thursday December 27th, 2018!


Rain Delay- Main Street Striping project

With expected rain in the current forecast, the striping project on downtown Main Street is cancelled for today, Wednesday, December 26, 2018- no detours or traffic delays anticipated today.

Barring any other inclement weather, striping will resume tomorrow, Thursday, December 27, 2018.


Jenks Employees Give Back

We have some very giving employees at the City of Jenks!

City Council Meeting

City Council Meeting

December 17, 2018

7:00 pm

Jenks City Hall

211 N Elm St.


Jenks Holiday Trash Schedule 2018

  *JENKS HOLIDAY TRASH SCHEDULE 2018*    There will be two pickups in one week during the week of December 17th.   Normal pickup will be done on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18th.   The pickup which would fall on Christmas Day (December 25th) will be picked up on Saturday,  DECEMBER 22nd.    Pickup for January 1st will be picked up on Saturday, DECEMBER 29th.  Normal schedule will resume Monday, January 7th.

News on 6 Features Jenks Fire Department Push Ceremony

Please visit Channel 6 link for local news coverage of the Jenks Fire Department Push Ceremony on December 7, 2018.  We also have additional pictures on all our social media sites. 

Main Street Road Contruction- Downtown Area Delays

The City of Jenks contracted with Advanced Workzone Services to perform roadway striping on Main St. from Elm St. to across the river bridge. This will also include the parking spaces on Main St.

The work is expected to begin on Tuesday, December 11, 2018.

Jenks Fire Department Push Ceremony

The Jenks Fire Department is holding a Push Ceremony for their newly arrived fire truck on Friday, December 7th at 2pm at Station 2 (location on invitation).

The history of the Push Ceremony starts when Fire Engines were pulled by horses.  The horses were unable to walk backwards and "push" fire engines back into the firehouse, so the firefighters manually pushed the trucks into thier buildings.  It is now a tradition to welcome any new fire truck with a Push Ceremony, which signals that a truck is officially part of the Fire house and ready for service.