Recommendations for changes to downtown trees can be found here.
Downtown Muskogee is growing in employment and new businesses and we're celebrating that fact. Check out this link to a KTUL news story.
Muskogee was named one of the 2011 Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation!
Golden Broom Winners
Wright, Stout & Wilburn Law Office
Muskogee Abstract & Title
Locke Law Office
G K Home Furnishings
Citizens Security Bank
Kathy Hewitt, CPA
Two Friends Antiques
Muskogee Chamber of Commerce
These businesses have been recognized for maintaining a clean and attractive appearance in the downtown area. You can nominate a business for the Golden Broom award. Send your recommendation our way.
National Trust Board Chairman Cliff Hudson, Downtown Muskogee executive director Jonita Mullins and Muskogee mayor John Tyler Hammons pose with the Award plaque naming Muskogee as a 2011 Distinctive Destination.
As a Main Street program, Downtown Muskogee, Inc. strives to combine historic preservation, heritage tourism and economic revitalization to create a beautiful, sustainable, vibrant and unique downtown community.
2012 Board of Directors
Tish Callahan, City of Muskogee
Christy Hall, Muskogee Metal Door
Chad Locke, Locke Law Office
Meaghan McCawley, Muskogee Chamber of Commerce
Oscar Ray, Darkwood Films
Marie Seabolt, Muskogee Port Authority
Peggy Sharp, Peak's Place
Al Stevens, OG&E
Cheryl Whalen, Oklahoma Natural Gas