Tour of the Town

Yukon City council members to see reopened facilities Monday

Yukon's Mabel C. Fry Library reopens for the public Monday, May 18 and the staff will continue to offers curbside book checkouts as seen in this picture. (Photo by Robert Medley)

Yukon city council members met Saturday and toured a number of reopened facilities and other city offices, operations and buildings.

The library, gymnasium and community center reopened Monday to the public with limited use restrictions due to COVID-19. Facilities were closed to the public in March.

Scheduled tours included visits and discussions with city staff at Yukon City Hall, and in the finance, city clerk, utility billing, OKC water, information technology, court clerk and park administration offices.

The council members also went to the Taylor Park Waste Water Treatment Plant, Dale Robertson Center, Park Administration Development Services, Mabel C. Fry Public Library, Yukon Police Department/Jail/Emergency Operations Center, Fire Station No. 1, Public Works Administration, Water & Sewer Fleet Maintenance, Street Department, storage building, transfer station, animal control facility, Community Center, Freedom Trail Playground and Chisholm Trail Park.

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