Part of what makes Stillwater unique are the thousands of OSU/NOC students who call Stillwater home. Whether you live on-campus or off-campus, or are a new student or a returning one, we're pleased you've chosen to continue your education here.
We encourage you to get to know Stillwater, to get involved with your neighborhood, to learn local issues and to register to vote. You'll find that Stillwater has a lot to offer—a great public library; beautiful parks, trails and lakes; and a diverse shopping, nightlife and restaurant scene.
Animal Welfare is charged with providing immediate response to emergencies concerning animals. Contact the division for lost and found animals, adoptions, and other issues related to pets and animals. Stillwater enforces a leash law for dogs. Stillwaggin' Dog Park is located at 801 W. 11th Ave.
Sign up for Be Informed Stillwater, a mass notification system for emergency events.
Sign up for Stillwater eNotifications. You may select the type of city government information you want to receive.
Have you registered to vote? If not, you can register at the Payne County Election Board at 315 W. 6th Ave., Suite 207.
Stillwater City Council generally meets the first and third Mondays of the month at 5:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building. You can speak on any agenda item if you complete a Request to Speak at City Council form before the meeting starts.
Municipal Court oversees parking in Stillwater. Here are some things you need to know about parking rules, violations and tickets.
Timed parking is available on The Strip on Washington, Campus Corner at Knoblock and University, and Downtown Stillwater. If you are shopping or dining in one of these districts, be sure to ask about the City's Parking Validation Program.
You can always contact the OSU University Police or the Stillwater Police Department (9-1-1) for an emergency.
Follow this link to find the additional public safety contact information.
Did you know as an OSU student you can also use the Stillwater Public Library? Free library cards are available to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Payne County. The library offers study areas, Wi-Fi and computer access, and online checkout and download of ebooks and audio books.
In Stillwater, you can get tickets for not mowing high grass and weeds in your yard or for keeping junk vehicles in your driveway. There are also city codes and ordinances concerning noise levels, fire alarms and the number of people who live in a dwelling. Visit the Code Enforcement Division for more information about common property code violations.
To assist students moving out of town at the end of the spring semester, the City of Stillwater offers students free drop-offs for electronics and bulk items at the Convenience Collection Center, 807 S. Perkins Road.
Need to start or move your utilities (electric, water, sewer, trash and recycling service)? We can help. We also answer questions concerning your billing and utility meters. After-hours emergency? Call 405.372.3292.
Need to set up a gas account? Visit Oklahoma Natural Gas.com.
Want to know what's happening in Stillwater on any given day? Your best resource is VisitStillwater.org.
Whether you're a group or an individual, the City of Stillwater has lots of opportunities for community service. We need volunteers for special events, trash collection and much more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more information.
Use Report & Track to report potholes or sidewalks that need to be repaired.