Mayor Signs Emergency Declaration for the City of Tulsa
Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr. signed a disaster emergency
proclamation today to seek state or federal financial assistance
from damages caused by a severe storm with high velocity tornadic
winds, hail, and rain in the city of Tulsa on March 25.
The Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency is working with the
City of Tulsa through the damage assessment phase and the emergency
declaration will expire seven days from today unless otherwise
extended by the mayor.
Area Leaders Announce United Approach for Vision 2025 Funding
City leaders from the Tulsa metropolitan area held a news
conference at the First Oklahoma Bank in Jenks to announce plans
for the renewal of Vision2025 and a city-led approach that will
benefit each city across the region.
Website Launched for Improve Our Tulsa
Improve Our Tulsa is building on the success of Fix Our Streets.
As the design phases of many Improve Our Tulsa projects have begun,
the City of Tulsa has launched www.improveourtulsa.com. The new
website includes all projects funded by Improve Our Tulsa, a map of
the projects and will have the status of each
Riverside, 31st, and Pedestrian Bridge Closures
Riverside Drive will have several closures, including trail
closures, as we start the City's infrastructure projects related to
A Gathering Place.