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The City Wants Your Ideas for Tulsa’s Next Landmark

The call is out for Tulsans to submit their creative ideas or proposals for a new pedestrian bridge over the Arkansas River. This bridge, utilizing Vision Tulsa funding, will reflect Tulsa as a 21st Century world-class city. Help us build a better city for the next generation. Submit your ideas, photos, or renderings by midnight, April 7, 2017. Read More

Mayor Honors Five Tulsa Blue Employees for Their Exceptional Service

Mayor G.T. Bynum presented Tulsa Blue certificates to five extraordinary City of Tulsa employees for their outstanding service to our community and their colleagues during a special recognition ceremony at City Hall. "It’s inspiring to see the spirit of service that radiates throughout every part of our organization. I am proud of the great people here who are committed to going above and beyond to meet the needs of citizens and assist their fellow co-workers whenever the occasion arises. It is my pleasure to recognize Chad Becker, Herman President III, Nathan Webb, Dustin Wright and Bob Edmiston. We greatly appreciate their dedication in serving citizens and our organization on a daily basis," said Mayor Bynum. Read More

New Agreement to Protect Turkey Mtn. and River Parks

Mayor Bynum announced today the City will present a master lease agreement for consideration by the River Parks Authority that could consolidate property leases and strengthen and protect the long-term preservation of more than 900 acres of River Parks land for the public’s use. Currently, the City has the option to cancel River Parks leases with only 30 days' notice. The new approach of a master lease agreement could end the cancellation option and further protect park lands. Mayor Bynum said. “This could be one of the most important preservation initiatives in our city's history.” Read More

City of Tulsa Introduces New System to Better Serve Developers

Need to visit the City’s permit center? It just got easier! Avoid the waiting lines to speak with a permit representative by visiting, bit.ly/PermitQ or texting City of Tulsa permit center to (918) 218-2972. You will receive an estimated wait time so you can control how to best spend your time! Customers can also sign-in at the self-serve kiosk in the permit center. "Read more" to view a quick instructional video. Read More

Downtown Walkability Study Presentation March 23

Jeff Speck, a nationally acclaimed author, urban designer and city-planning expert, is coming back to Tulsa to present his comprehensive Walkability Study for the downtown area. The presentation of his Walkability Study will be held at the Cox Business Center, in the Assembly Hall, on Thursday, March 23, at 5:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Read More

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