Ft. Gibson WMA Gun Range cleanup *2nd Update*
Wagoner County Deputies have competed cleanup at the Toppers Gun Range. The cleanup was performed by the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office and CEEDC (Community Environment Enhancement and Development Corporation). The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office encourages anyone using the range to please take your trash with you and dispose of it properly.
The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office encourages anyone using the range to please take your trash with you and dispose of it properly. After deputies had completed cleaning up for the last 2 days, unknown individuals continue leaving their trash when they use the range. Ensure you dump any materials in the proper locations or TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU!! Lets do our best to keep this clean for community use in the future. Failure to do so may result in the closing of the Range by officials.
If you currently reside in Wagoner County District # 2 you may dump some items in the Wagoner County District # 2 dumpster on Southwest 15th street in Wagoner. You can only dump materials at this location in you live in district # 2, not in the City Limits of Wagoner. YOU MUST CHECK IN WITH THE OFFICE before dumping any materials. The Wagoner County District # 2 Dumpster is available from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. The list of banned materials are as follows: Tree Limbs or leaves, Concrete, Lumber, Paint, Batteries, or Chemicals. You MAY dump Tires BESIDES the dumpster, not inside the dumpster.
All users of the gun range must follow ODWC WMA and Gun Range Regulations. To shoot at a Wildlife Department shooting range, users must possess a hunting, combination license, or otherwise be exempt. You can check out the OKWC Rules and Regulations here: https://wildlifedepartment.com/ooj/odwc-shooting-range-update