MAY 1, 2015:



Please visit the new website to find up to date information for The City of Pryor Creek.


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Comprehensive Plan Update 

(Posted 2/9/2015)
The City of Pryor Creek is seeking professional proposals from qualified, multi-disciplinary professionals in the fields of urban planning, landscape architecture, civil engineering, historic preservation, economic and community development, or related fields, to assist in the development and preparation of technical documents and associated services to update the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
Learn more here.


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Congressman Markwayne Mullin congratulates the City of Pryor Creek on receiving the Most Innovative City Award. 

Pryor Creek Presented Award

Celebrating "Let's Move" Initiative to Combat Childhood Obesity.

Pryor Creek was one of 6 cities to be recognized for a special award presented at the National League of Cities Congress of Cities in Houston, TX on Friday, November 21st.  Mayor Tramel accepted the award that was presented by Chris Coleman, Mayor of St. Paul and NLC President, for Pryor Creek's outstanding program to help get cities moving.  As the award was presented the presenter said "If you want to see how a small rural community does it best look at Pryor Creek." We are very proud of Mayor Tramel!








The City of Pryor Creek policies have been updated and we are now accepting volunteers to work at the Rockin G Animal Shelter. Please come by the City Hall or the Pryor Police Department for paperwork processing.


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About Pryor:
About Pryor 

Pryor, the seat of Mayes County, is a town of approximately 9,539 interesting and diverse people. Additionally, there are at least half that many people living within a five-mile radius of the city limits. This population has created the demand for the cozy housing developments that are popping up everywhere in the rural community.  Pryor is much larger than what can be initially perceived by individuals passing through this Oklahoma town. But the real reason for people to be drawn to Pryor, the real beauty of Pryor is: Her people think large. By taxing themselves in recent years, Pryorites have built a new $6 million recreation center, a new $6 million gymnasium, a new $9 million county courthouse, and a new $4 million county jail.

Four miles south is the largest industrial park in rural America, MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP), where more than 60 industries manufacture everything from industrial size air conditioners to protein ingredients for food products. The industries are medium to small in facility and employment.  There is no one company that dominates the landscape. This diversity has contributed to the industrial park's strength and allowed Pryor to prosper even during times of nationwide economic strife.


  Picture courtesy of: PHS Yearbook Staff & Dustin Van Horn


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