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Duncan, OK 73533

PHONE: 580-252-0250

EMERGENCY: 580-255-2112

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City of Duncan

As of March 25, 2020 Stephens County is now among the counties with a positive case.  Therefore ALL Nonessential businesses must close effective today March 25th at 11:59 p.m. for 21 days.

  • The City of Duncan will close all City facilities effective March 25, 2020 at 5:30 pm.
  • City Hall employees will be working in various capacities. 
  • All City utility bills are still due on their respective due dates and payments may be called in, made online, at the kiosk or placed in the drop box at City Hall.  While utility disconnects have been temporarily suspended, we will shut water off if surface sewage is reported.

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We are now only providing the following clinic services by appointment only:
COVID-19 testing daily from 2-4 pm
Emergency contraception
Symptomatic STD treatment
Emergency Depo
Family planning

WIC and all other clinic services will be handled online or over the phone.

Routine inspections of food, lodging and public swimming pools are on hold.  Licensing inspections and complaint inspections will still be conducted in these areas.


City of Marlow

Mayor Brian Davis and the Marlow City Council have issued a revised Declaration of Emergency through April 30, 2020 amid concerns of community spread of COVID-19. The declaration took effect at 11:59 p.m., April 1, 2020. The declaration amends a previous declaration from March 16, 2020, and strictly follows the Executive Order of Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, all amendments, and all future amendments during this crisis. The declaration puts all citizens under a "Shelter-in-Place" order through April 30, 2020, in an effort to prevent community spread of COVID-19.

What does "Shelter-in-Place" mean?
In general, it is simple:

  • Stay home. Exceptions are included below.
  • You can shop for groceries, medicine, fuel, repairs and other essential goods and services.
  • You can frequent a restaurant's drive-through, take-out, or curbside service.
  • You can visit the doctor (please call office first), and take care of other essential needs.
  • You can exercise outside, including walks, jogging, bike rides and fishing. You can use sidewalks, trails and green spaces at city-owned parks. The Hideout, and all city owned playground equipment, is closed.
  • You can go to work in an essential job. You can do business with someone working at an essential job. These jobs are defined by the State of Oklahoma using a federal list and one provided by the Governor. Find out more here. 
  • You can drive, bike, walk or ride. Special identification is not necessary at this time. Marlow Police are not asking for proof why you are outside your home.
  • Staff are allowed on site even at closed non-essential businesses for basic tasks like maintenance and security. 
  • You can check on someone in need.
  • You can donate at blood drives, and volunteer at regular and disaster response activities.
  • Staff can be at faith based sites to record or broadcast services.
  • Wash your hands upon leaving and returning to your home. The CDC recommends washing for at least 20 seconds each time.

Please check links to the left for valuable information from Governor Kevin Stitt. You can also find useful information on assistance for small business through the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.

Utility Payments
The City of Marlow has suspended all electric shut-offs for non-payment during an emergency declaration. Water is not shut-off for non-pay at any time.
Utility customers are urged to maintain payments during the emergency, if possible, in an effort to not fall behind beyond any point of realistic recovery. 
The lobby of City Hall is closed to outside visitors, but remains fully staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Payment options include:

  • Drive-thru at City Hall - Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Drop box at City Hall - 24 hours a day
  • By phone at 866-228-6746 - 24 hours a day
  • Online - 24 hours a day

All other City Services remain fully staffed during this emergency.


Duncan Regional Hospital

Beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020, No Visitors will be allowed at Duncan Regional Hospital until further notice.

Exceptions Include:

  • Patients requiring Lab Work may come to AOS entrance
  • Imaging Procedures are limited to 1 visitor and may come to the Imaging Center entrance to check in.
  • Patients needing EMERGENT care need to check in at the Emergency Department; visitors will be determined on a case-by-case basis
  • No one under the age of 18 (unless the patient)
  • Birth Center Patients will be limited to 1 visitor
  • DRH Cafe and Chick-fil-A are closed to community
  • DRH Gift Shop is temporarily closed

Visitor Screening
Every visitor to Duncan Regional Hospital, Jefferson County Hospital or any of our primary and specialty care clinics will be pre-screened with the following:

  • Symptom Questions
  • Temperatures will be check


  • All elective surgical procedures have been cancelled at this time

Stephens County Health Department

We are now only providing the following clinic services by appointment only:

  • COVID-19 testing daily from 2-4 pm
  • Emergency contraception
  • Symptomatic STD treatment
  • Emergency Depo
  • Family planning

WIC and all other clinic services will be handled online or over the phone.

Routine inspections of food, lodging and public swimming pools are on hold.  Licensing inspections and complaint inspections will still be conducted in these areas.



  • Increased decontamination on all ambulances and aircraft
  • Dispatch is asking symptom questions prior to arrival
  • Medics wearing PPE on all calls
  • Temperature checks on employees

Urgent Med/Family Med

  • NOW available! Care from your phone or computer by telemedicine call 580-252-1911
  • Open to see patients during normal hours Mon-Fri 8:00am – 8:00pm and Sat/Sun 8:00am – 5:00pm.
  • Separate waiting room for patients with NO respiratory complaints
  • Patients are screened at the door with symptom questions and temperature
  • If a patient is running fever they will be asked to wait in their car and will be brought into the building via a separate entrance
  • Utilizing an isolated exam room for patients with COVID-19 symptoms
  • Family Med is currently closed for Well visits. 

Elk Crossing Nursing and Rehabilitation, Gregston’s Nursing Home, West Wind Assisted Living, Country Club Care and Wilkins Nursing Home

  • The facility is currently closed to outside visitors
  • Patients are screened multiple times a day to check for temperature and symptoms of the COVID-19 virus
  • Employees are also being screened
  • Residents are eating in their rooms
  • Cleaning and sanitizing continuously  throughout the day
  • All employees are wearing masks during entire shift
  • Hiring more staff

Chisholm Trail Assisted Living

  • The facility is currently closed to outside visitors
  • Cleaning and sanitizing continuously  throughout the day
  • Essential personnel only 

Funeral Homes (Grantham, Whitt, Carter Smart, Bailes Polk, and Oakcrest Cremation Center)

  • No more than ten people at a service
  • Graveside service only 


  • Updates provided by Bryan Pain with First Baptist Church
  • Live stream church services
  • Will live stream for funerals to assist funeral homes


  • Agencies are still available for the community
  • Christians Concerned (580) 252-9120  Duncan residents only.
  • Christian Helping Hands (580) 439-5712 Comanche residents only on Thursday.
  • Marlow Samaritans (580) 658-5771 Marlow residents only, twice a month.
  • Most will give out enough food for a family of 4 for 2 weeks
  • All are by appointment only.


Red River Technology Center

  • Facility Closed until April 3, 2020
  • Classes to begin again April 6, 2020.

Cameron University- Duncan

  • All events on campus have been cancelled until Sunday May 10, 2020
  • Cameron University has closed its Lawton and Duncan campus buildings and facilities to students, employees and visitors effective Thursday, March 26, with the exception of students who are dependent upon campus housing, and personnel needed to support those students and maintain a safe campus. This closure includes such facilities as the CU Library, campus computer labs, the University Theatre and Aggie Rec Center, and all athletic facilities such as Aggie Gym, the Terry Bell Golf Center and Cameron Stadium. Most campus buildings are locked.
  • Online advisement and tutoring available
  • Academic instruction will be converted from face-to-face instruction to alternative or hybrid learning environments
  • Commencement, graduate hooding and ROTC commissioning have been cancelled. Will award recipients at a future date
  • Delayed Summer enrollment
    • Seniors, graduate students and honors program students can enroll on Tuesday, March 31,
    • Juniors on April 1
    • Sophomores on April 2
    • Freshmen on April 3.
    • Open enrollment will begin on April 6.
  • Fall Enrollment began March 24, 2020

Duncan Chamber of Commerce

  • Chamber Banquet has been postponed
  • April Chamber Breakfast has been cancelled
  • April Legislative coffee has been cancelled
  • Southwest Legislative Reception has been postponed

Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation

Main Street Duncan

  • Assisting Main Street business to convert to online sales, curb-side and delivery options
  • Helping businesses apply for Small Business Administration assistance
  • Office is currently open but has limited staff
  • Some staff working from home

Simmons Center

  • The facility is currently closed to the public
  • Many employees working from home
  • Online fitness classes are being offered
  • Beginning March 25, 2020 Emergency Childcare will be available.  This is  for children whose parents that work in healthcare, first- responders, core services, daycares and Oklahoma Health Department who are required to report to work and do not have access to other care.  This service is in place to assist during this community crisis and is a temporary function of Simmons Center.


  • Current hours are 7:00am–8:30pm
  • Online ordering and Curbside service is available
  • Sneeze guards have been installed.
  • Health screening every associate before their shift.
  • Associates are required to wear masks.
  • Cleaning and sanitizing throughout the store
  • Extra security for the pharmacy
  • Senior citizens shopping hour is Tuesday from 6:00am-7:00am
  • New social distancing signing is in place throughout the store.
  • To support social distancing now only using the grocery entrance. There is one way in and out. We are metering customers to 20% of capacity at a time.
  • Curbside pharmacy is in place.

Think Ability, INC

  • Taking temperatures of everyone in and out.
  • Restricted visitors.
  • Admin office is closed to the public.
  • Working with limited staff in the office.
  • Curbside services only for Power Print and Think Ability Market

Local Dentists – update provided by Dr. Mike Nelson

  • Elective procedures have been cancelled
  • Are available for emergency cases only, willing to help relieve the case load of the Emergency Room and treat those with emergency dental issues

Duncan Rescue Mission

  • Practicing Social Distancing
  • Screening through questioning over the phone
  • Bring out food to the recipients car or deliver it
  • For walk-ins the food is brought out to the car
  • No client is allowed near the food storage or near other clients
  • Homeless asking for assistance are also screened for symptoms through questioning

Southern Box & Southern Trophy

  • We at Southern Box are offering shipping, mail receiving, and mailbox rentals to receive packages for our customers. If you open a mailbox, you can use our address to ship your packages to your mailbox directly at our store where we will hold the package until you are comfortable picking it up. We will be disinfecting the store between customers for your safety and the safety of our employees and the FedEx/UPS/DHL/USPS delivery drivers.
  • During this time, our new lobby hours have been adjusted to 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and please let us know if there is anything more we can do to make this time a little easier for you!






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