Cowgirl Soccer vs. Kansas at Neal Patterson Stadium
Neal Patterson Soccer Stadium
Why yes, we really do believe Stillwater, Oklahoma is the place where smiles from strangers are abounding and hometown hospitality is a way of life. Our welcoming spirit is rooted in our Oklahoma history, the diversity forged by Oklahoma State University, and even community hardships that have spurred our strength and camaraderie.
Visit Stillwater’s top priority is the health and safety of our staff, families, residents, business partners, and visitors.
Effective at 3 p.m., Friday, May 14, 2021, Stillwater’s face covering ordinance expired. City of Stillwater Mayor Will Joyce rescinded his emergency declaration due to improved local conditions and greatly relaxed federal guidelines for vaccinated Americans.
We look forward to continuing to assist in rescheduling events and the returned excitement of visitors to America’s Friendliest College Town! Please contact us if we can help you in any way.
The City of Stillwater has created a COVID-19 vaccination incentive program for City of Stillwater and Payne County residents with a Stillwater address. Participants will present their proof of residency and started or completed COVID-19 vaccination card in person at the Visit Stillwater (2617 W. 6th Ave) or Stillwater Chamber of Commerce (409 S. Main St.) offices. Click here for details about the vaccination contest and drawing.
If you are unable to enter in person, you can enter virtually by clicking a Zoom invite for a day and time that works within your schedule outlined below. To respect your privacy, there may be a short delay while we enter residents in the order they logged into our virtual waiting room.
September 20-24 from 2-5 pm
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 852 9326 2481
September 27-30 from 10 am- 2 pm
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 894 8297 4213
Please give us a call if we need to find an alternate manner in which you can participate, 405-743-3697.
The City of Stillwater Mayor and Council declared Monday, September 27 - Friday, October 1, 2021 as Healthcare Professional Appreciation Week in Stillwater. Citizens, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to participate in the week's activities and support our healthcare professionals who "continuously serve on the frontline to battle COVID-19 in addition to countless hours addressing other health emergencies and concerns." Click here to see the daily activities and how to participate.