As independent franchise owners, Jason and Heather Roberts, are proud to bring Bin There Dump That to the Moore metro. Having been in construction for many years, Jason and Heather immediately saw the value and benefits of this unique system. The Bin There Dump That process consists of small truck platforms, lighter dumpsters, and a driveway protection system to where the dumpsters never directly touch the concrete. Call Jason and Heather Roberts at (405) 640-4345 for assistance with your trash removal needs.
Moore, OK is one of the fastest growing communities in the Oklahoma City area and offers a variety of entertainment options. Moore even has the royal treatment in the "reel world" of Warren Theatre, a luxurious 14-screen theater complex with balcony seating, a cocktail bar and dining service. For stagecraft, take a seat at the Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre, billed as Oklahoma's only full-time professional dinner theater. Andy Alligator's Fun Park – featuring bumper boats, miniature golf, a climbing mountain, batting cages, mini-bowling and go-carts – wins rave reviews from kids.
Moore was founded during the land-run of 1889. The early settlers came on train, horseback, wagons, and some, on foot. According to local historians, the town's original name was "Verbeck" as designated by the railroad company. However, a railroad employee named Al Moore, reported to be either a conductor or a brakeman, lived in a boxcar at the camp and had difficulty receiving his mail. He painted his name - "Moore" - on a board and nailed it on the boxcar. When a postmaster was appointed, he continued to call the settlement Moore. When the town incorporated in 1893 the name was legalized.
The original town site comprised a small area bounded by the present NE 3rd Street on the north and SE 4th Street on the south; the eastern limit was situated about one and a half blocks east of the railroad and the western edge about two and a half blocks west of the railroad. An important factor in the city's growth has been its location. The close proximity and easy access to the state's Capitol city on the north and the University of Oklahoma to the south make Moore OK an attractive, convenient place to live.