Tornado Shelters in Moore, OK at SW 19th St
Tornado Shelters in Moore, OK
Telephone:(405) 212-9911Hours:Mon-Sat: 6:00am – 9:00pmSun: 8:00am – 7:00pm
About Moore, Oklahoma
Moore, Oklahoma, is located in Cleveland County, is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Moore is the 7th largest city in the state of Oklahoma, and has a total estimated population of 58,625 people. More has experienced 316 tornadoes since 1950. The city is at very high risk for tornado activity, with an average of 5 tornadoes per year, typically resulting in 1 fatality.Moore Public Schools has three high schools. On May 20, 201, several of Moore’s schools were damaged or destroyed by the 2013 Moore Tornado, most notably Plaza Towers Elementary, Briarwood Elementary and Highland East Junior High. However, they were rebuilt and reopened for the 2014-15 school year. Moore is served by the Moore Public Library, which is part of the Pioneer Library System. The City of Moore has funded the construction of a memorial to honor America’s veterans and their families. The city renamed JD Estates Park to Veterans Memorial Park, and a memorial is being constructed at the park entrance. A main feature of the memorial is a 15-foot black granite obelisk that has the inscription, “May this hallowed ground honor the sacrifice of America’s finest veterans, civilians, and their families – past, present, and future. We will never forget.” New industrial prospects appear regularly, significant commercial growth is occurring along the Interstate 35 corridor, and the residential developments include larger, executive-type housing and gated communities. The city is also in the midst of constructing a number of street projects approved by voters in November 2008.
Tornado Shelters in Moore, OK available at The Home Depot
650 SW 19th StreetSuite BMoore, OK, 73160