If you experienced high water usage due to recent weather conditions,
please contact SMIA at 918-967-3115
Status regarding COVID-19
City Hall closed to public, services remain available
Due to the increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases in the area,
Stigler City Hall is closed to the public until further notice.
Court fines and water payments may be left in an envelope in the drop box, located to the right of the Council Room door.
Some city employees will continue working at the office during normal business hours, and can be reached at 918-967-2164.
We encourage everyone
to follow health guidelines regarding COVID-19 - wear masks, practice social distancing, and wash hands regularly and thoroughly with alcohol-based rub or soap and water.
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Stigler is a charming community in beautiful southeastern Oklahoma. It is the county seat of Haskell County, which was named in honor of Charles N. Haskell, the first governor of the State of Oklahoma.
The opportunities offered in the area would not be possible without the exceptional partnership of the City of Stigler and Stigler-Haskell County Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber organizes several community events for the city. The city and the chamber also work together to share the news about the many opportunities available in the area.
This special partnership between the city and the chamber is evident on this website, which provides information about community activities, sports opportunities, infrastructure and business opportunities in this wonderful community; plus details about city government and the chamber.
Thank you for visiting the website and taking time to learn more about Stigler.
What our city offers
Competitive sales/use tax rates: State - 4.5 percent,
Haskell County - 2 percent, Stigler - 3.5 percent.
Global commercial shipping on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.
Local job training.
Six institutions of higher education in the region.
Recreation - parks with walking trails, a pavilion, playground equipment; and sports opportunities, including two sports complexes.
Four lakes, which offer a variety of recreational opportunities.
Stigler Municipal Airport, Fort Smith Regional Airport and Tulsa International Airport serving the region.
Two city-owned industrial parks.
Available workforce and adjacent to the Fort Smith, OK-AR Metropolitan Statistical Area with an additional 280,000.