Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the City of Yukon
Call (877) 215-8336 (se habla español) for the statewide COVID-19 call center.
Symptoms and treatment of COVID-19
- Symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, cough and shortness of breath.
- If you have these symptoms and have been in close contact with a person known or suspected to have COVID-19, or have recently traveled from an area with widespread or ongoing community spread of the illness, follow these guidelines from the CDC.
- If you are in close contact with a household member or intimate partner who has or is suspected to have COVID-19, or are a caregiver for one in a nonhealthcare setting, follow these guidelines from the CDC.
City of Yukon Updates Declaration of Emergency - July 10, 2020
City of Yukon Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19, Another Employee in Self-Quarantine
City of Yukon Issues July 2 Update to Declaration of Emergency
Yukon Transfer Station, Recycling Center Resumes Normal Hours
Programming Resumes June 8
City of Yukon Issues Proclamation Encouraging Businesses to Reopen
Mabel C. Fry Public Library Set to Reopen, with Limited Service, May 18
Yukon Community Center and Jackie Cooper Gym Re-open May 18th
Yukon Sanitation Services Returns to Normal Operations
Yukon Community Center, Jackie Cooper Gym and Mabel Fry Library Open to Public May 18
Yukon Public Works Encourages Businesses to Flush Water Lines
The City of Yukon will open City Hall to the Public effective April 24.
The City of Yukon has updated their declaration of emergency to align with the new, three-phased approach to reopen Oklahoma’s economy implemented by the State of Oklahoma.
Updated Emergency Order Urges Residents to Shelter in Place
The Court Clerk’s office will notify those individuals with citations of updated court dates as they are determined.
In an effort to protect essential employees from COVID-19, City of Yukon Sanitation Services will stop collecting bulk pickup, bagged trash and grass clippings set out at the curb beginning Monday, April 13.
Customers may still use online bill pay to pay their tickets/warrants.
For your health and safety, we are closing our playgrounds until further notice.
City of Yukon Issues Update to Declaration of Emergency
City of Yukon Buildings Close to Public through April 30
Mayor Mike McEachern signed the update on Monday, March 23, 2020, and it remains in effect through Monday, April 13, 2020.
We are implementing appointment only visits to the Animal Control Facility including for adoptions and owner surrenders.
A Message from Veolia Water
The Yukon Fire Department will be suspending all station tours and visits from our firefighters to area schools and daycares for the immediate future.
Yukon Fire Department Reminds Community 911 is Only for Emergencies
The City of Yukon has been closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Due to recently confirmed cases of COVID-19 in nearby counties, Mayor Mike McEachern has declared a state of emergency in Yukon in response to the spreading COVID-19 virus.