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June 26, 2017 City offices closed for Independence Day ADA All non-emergency offices at the City of Ada will be closed Tuesday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. WCA will collect garbage on its regularly scheduled routes that day. The annual fireworks display will take place shortly after dark o... (click here for full story)
May 26, 2017 Portion of bike trail set to close ADA A portion of the bike trail is set to close as repairs resume on the 14th Street Bridge. The bike trail, between 12th and 16th Streets will close for approximately six months beginning Tuesday, May 30th as the bridge on 14th Street is rebuilt. Riders and walkers can s... (click here for full story)
The Ada Police Department in association with Mark Masoner, City of Ada GIS/Environmental Services Director, has just completed an updated Sex Offender Map. This map shows the areas where registered sex offenders are not allowed to live in the Ada area, as well as the areas they are not allowed to loiter. Since this map was last upda... (click here for full story)
City of Ada Spring Softball Leagues Registration Begins The City of Ada Recreation Department is now taking applications for the Spring softball leagues. The city will offer 5 all girl-leagues for this season: Minor T-Ball (Ages 3-4), Major T-Ball (Ages 5-6), Machine Pitch (Ages 7-8), 10 and Under (ages 9-10) and 12 and Under (ages ... (click here for full story)

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