Oklahoma: The Official Stance for Construction
Construction Status: Unrestricted
Initially, no orders were issued from the office of the Governor and therefore, city and county wise orders were released in concern to the spread of COVID-19. Here is a list of past local orders.
- The city of Claremore Read the order
- The city of Moore Read the order
- City of Norman Read the order
- Oklahoma City Read the announcement
- The city of Sallisaw Read the order
- Tulsa Read the order
For now, the statewide orders for closure of all those businesses which the US Department of Homeland Ministry has listed as non-essential are issued. Apart from this, no strict stay at home orders are issued by the government.
Looking at the present situation and rising number of cases for COVID-19, Governor Kevin Stitt has released executive orders on July 10, 2020, under which the state of emergency has been extended until next update.
October 2020 Update: The state of Oklahoma have decided to continue with public construction projects that are critical to control operations related to transportation. Since construction has been deemed as an essential practice, this might allow construction firms to plan for public projects along with existing private projects.
Governing Body: The Office Of Governor Kevin Stitt