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Every year, the Dewey Civic Association, along with the City of Dewey, puts on a 4th of July celebration in the park that is paid for by donations from generous businesses and citizens like you.  Donors of $25 or more get their name listed on the "Dewey Fan", a hand-held fan on which ...

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 At the Dewey City Council and Dewey Public Works Authority meetings May 1, Tom Hays was sworn in as Dewey's new mayor.   Also sworn in were councilmembers Kay Bales, Stephanie Hicks, and Wayne Sell.  
  The Dewey Public Works department would like to have customers update their telephone numbers.  Having current information will allow the City to keep in touch with its customers for a variety of possible scenarios.    The City would like to implement a system that will notify...

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 Vendors of all types are being sought for a new open-air flea market to be held north of Dewey.   The location will be 3 miles north of Dewey, next to the Lenape Smoke Shop.  If you are interested in more information, please contact Sandy Wood, Operations Director, 918-534-3502.
 Dewey held thieir 29th night-time Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 10.  As always, it was an awesome parade!  Many thanks to every individual, organization, and business that entered and supported Dewey.  Thanks to the citizens that came out to enjoy the parade and for bra...

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Like a lot of other cities, Dewey continually has a problem of grease and oil clogging sewer lines.  This could mean unecessary sewer backups for our residents.  Click HERE to view a instructional pamphlet (in .pdf format that can be printed out) on how to properly dispose of grease and ...

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