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Current Projects and Initiatives

Small Area and Land Use Plans:

The City of Tulsa and various partners are currently working to update existing plans as well as create new plans for the Crosbie Heights, Crutchfield, and the Pearl District neighborhoods. The City is also working with Tulsa County, and INCOG to create a land use plan for the Berryhill Neighborhood. The City of Tulsa partnered with the Lakota Group to create a land use study for the future Peoria Bus Rapid Transit route. To visit the Small Area and Land Use Plans webpage, please click here

Berryhill Land Use Plan  |  Crosbie Heights Small Area Plan

Crutchfield Small Area Plan Update  |  Pearl District Small Area Plan Update 

Peoria BRT Land Use Study


Sector Plans:

The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Development Authority have engaged Fregonese Associates, Tharp Planning Group, and DRW Planning Studio to complete Sector Plans in three Tulsa neighborhoods. To visit the Sector Plans webpage, please click here

Pearl District Sector Plan  |  Crosbie Heights Sector Plan  |  Crutchfield Sector Plan  


Zoning and Regulation:

The City of Tulsa has engaged Duncan Associates to complete an update to the City’s landscaping regulations and subdivision regulations found in the Zoning Code. The Subdivision Regulations Update was adopted on February 21, 2018. The newly adopted regulations will go into effect on May 10, 2018. To visit the Zoning and Regulations project webpage, please click here

Sidewalk Cafes | Update to the Subdivision RegulationsUpdate to the Landscape Regulations


Vision Tulsa Projects:

The package called “Vision Tulsa” was the culmination of a long and arduous effort to grow economic and community infrastructure for future generations. The following projects are currently being executed by the City's Planning Department. For more information on Vision Tulsa, please visit Vision Tulsa website.

Retail Market Study and Strategy  |  Arena District Master Plan   


Other Projects:

Smart Growth America Technical Assistance Grant | Route 66 Implementation