ANNOUNCEMENTS

With lifeguards returning to school or going to college, the last day for twilight swim (6:30-8:30) at the Cushing Aquatic Center will be Sunday, August 12th unless there are enough lifeguards available to run the pool safely.

The last day for regular day swim (1:00-5:45) will be Sunday, August 20th.

Thank you to past and future customers! We hope we have helped keep your summer a little cooler!

Pool hours, prices, and private party information

 


 

Timber Oklahoma LLC will be working in Section 1A, 1B, 2A and 2B-1. Click Tree Trimming Sections for the map.


 

The Insurance Service Office has completed a five-year analysis of the City of Cushing. ISO grades cities 1 to 10, 10 being the worse score. This grading schedule will insure the city is enforcing the codes adopted for properly constructed structures and a safer community, the grading received will affect the insurance costs with-in our community. The state of Oklahoma received a Class 5 Residential and a Class 5 for Commercial. The City of Cushing has received a Class 4 for Residential and a Class 4 for Commercial. Currently there are 179 communities in Oklahoma participating in this program. The City of Cushing rates in the top third of the state and will strive to improve our classification to maintain lower insurance rates and build a safer community.  

The Insurance Services Office (ISO) is a leading source of information about risk. They supply data, analytics, and decision-support services for professionals in many fields, including insurance, finance, real estate, health services, government, and human resources. Their products and services help customers measure, manage, and reduce risk.

The Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule (BCEGS) assesses the building codes in effect in the Cushing community and how the community enforces its building codes, with special emphasis on mitigation of losses from natural hazards.

The concept is simple: municipalities with well-enforced, up-to-date codes should demonstrate better loss experience, and insurance rates can reflect that. The prospect of lessening catastrophe-related damage and ultimately lowering insurance costs provides an incentive for communities to enforce their building codes rigorously especially as they relate to windstorm damage.