Our dedicated City of Tulsa planners collaborate with citizens, neighborhood and business groups, designers and engineers, as well as other City departments to assess every aspect involved in a planning project.
The mission of the Planning Department is to help Tulsans shape the kind of city they want in the future in accordance with PLANiTULSA, the City's Comprehensive Plan. We do this in a number of ways. Find out more about us and how to contact us.
175 E. 2nd St.
City Hall, 5th Floor
Tulsa, OK 74103
P: (918) 576-5670
Land use regulations, staffing the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment and administering zoning and subdivision codes for the City of Tulsa are administered by planners at the Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG), Land Development Services Division.
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The City of Tulsa encourages the formation and use of Sidewalk Cafés and Tables & Chairs to stimulate the pedestrian realm with activity As a result, this activity strengthens the concept of the 24-hour urban core from Tulsa’s Comprehensive Plan, as well as enhancing major dining locations around the city. For more information on Sidewalk Cafes and Tables & Chairs, please visit the project webpage.