City Pools Closing for Summer - K9 Splash Events Scheduled
With children heading back to school and lifeguards heading to
college, the Tulsa Parks & Recreation Department will be
closing five city pools in the coming days. Whitside Pool is
already closed and Berry Pool will close on Aug. 6, 6 p.m. Lacy,
McClure and Reed pools will close on Aug. 7, 6 p.m.
After City pools have closed, K9 Splash events will be
held at Reed Pool on Aug. 8 and at McClure Pool on Aug. 9. Two
sessions will be held at each pool: 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 for each dog and must be purchased
prior to the event.
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Riverside Drive Closed 21st - 41st
The City of Tulsa announced the temporary closing of Riverside
Dr. near the construction of Phase I of Tulsa's new world class
park, A Gathering Place for Tulsa. The closure takes effect on
Mon., July 13 and stretches from 21st St. to 41st St. and will
reopen in conjunction with the opening of the park in late
Tulsa's Fleet Ranked 3rd in North America
The City of Tulsa's vehicle fleet was ranked third among Leading
Fleets in North America by the Government Fleet Management Alliance
at its expo and conference this week. Tulsa was the only Oklahoma
government entity to rank in the top 50 Leading Fleets.