Marlow City Hall closing to outside visitors

March 19, 2020

As of Monday, March 23, the Marlow City Hall will be closed to walk-in traffic. Employees will still be serving the citizens through phone, e-mail and the convenient drive-thru.

“With the current pandemic, it is of the utmost importance to maintain the health of the City of Marlow employees to keep critical core services going to serve the citizens,” said Jason McPherson, City Administrator.

City Hall is will remain closed to outside visitors until further notice.

Despite limited access, City of Marlow employees can assist citizens by phone at 580-658-5401, along with a number of convenient ways for citizens to pay their utility bill.

Ways to pay a City of Marlow Utility Bill:

Through the convenient drive-thru at City Hall – 119 S. 2nd (8:30 am to 5 pm M-F)

Drop-box located on south side of City Hall (24 hours a day)

Online at (24 hours a day)

By phone at 866-228-6746 (24 hours a day)
Limited access to the Marlow Police and Fire Building (115 S. 2nd) will remain. The city yard and field offices remain open to authorized employees only.

On March 16, Mayor Brian Davis signed a proclamation declaring an emergency in the City of Marlow pertaining to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The emergency declaration closed the Garland Smith Public Library and canceled all rentals of the Marlow Community Center in Redbud Park and the Redbud Chapel until April 12.

Meals for senior citizens, though Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments (ASCOG) continues with drive-up, pick-up service at the Marlow Community Center in Redbud Park and through deliveries provided by the City of Marlow. Call 580-658-5773 for more information.

The Garland Smith Public Library is also providing limited access through online programs and weekly pick-up service. See the library’s facebook page for more information.

See updates and information from the Center for Disease Control at