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City of Hartshorne....A Great Place to Live!

In the City of Hartshorne, we are defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear. Small town values, guided growth, preservation of historical, cultural, and natural heritage are just a few of the core principles that makes City of Hartshorne a wonderful place to call home.

Our City has rich history as a coal mining community that begin approximately in 1850. The last census shows Hartshorne had a population of 1987 (2016). The town name can be linked back to Dr. Charles Hartshorne, a wealthy entrepreneur from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who saw the great potential and opportunity in the area. He was an integral part of growth and development of our town. 

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Federal Case Update


Federal case update regarding embezzlement by a former city official: 
The Court scheduled the sentencing hearing for April 26th at 1:30 pm. The hearing will be held at the federal courthouse, 101 North 5th Street, in Muskogee.

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Hartshorne City Council Ward 1 and Ward 3 Positions Open


Hartshorne City Council Ward 1 and Ward 3 Positions Open


  • Must be a registered voter and reside in Ward 1 or Ward 3.

Ward 1 Geographic Boundaries:

  • Ward 1 shall consist of all that territory lying within the City Limits of the City of...

CURBSIDE PICK-UP - June 12, 2021


June 12, 2021 is Curbside Pick-up Day for the City of Hartshorne. If you would like to have trash picked up at your residence, please contact the City of Hartshorne at 918-297-2544 and request that your address be included on the June 12th pick-up list....