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Small Area and Land Use Plans

Small Area Planning efforts facilitate input and collaboration from key stakeholders to develop plans in focused areas of the City of Tulsa. Small area plans include specific strategies that are tailored to the unique characteristics of targeted areas within the community. When adopted they amend the Comprehensive Plan for that area.

Like citywide plans, small area plans are reviewed and adopted first by the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (TMAPC), then reviewed and approved by the City Council. A Guide has been developed that explains Small Area Planning for the City of Tulsa – what it is, why we do it, how the plans are developed, how they are used – and what to expect when they are adopted and approved as local policy.

   

SMALL AREA PLANS:  

Crosbie Heights was selected by the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission from a field of 9 nominations as the focus of a small area plan to be developed in 2015. This plan was authorized by Council Resolution on March 12, 2015. Crosbie Heights is a neighborhood west of downtown Tulsa. Project information and upcoming public events are available on the project webpage


The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Development Authority have engaged Fregonese Associates, Tharp Planning Group, and DRW Planning Studio to complete an update to the Pearl District Small Area Plan. The Pearl District Small Area Plan was completed in 2006. For more information, please visit the project website.


The City of Tulsa and Tulsa Development Authority have engaged Fregonese Associates, Tharp Planning Group, and DRW Planning Studio to complete an update to the Crutchfield Small Area Plan. The Crutchfield Small Area Plan was completed in 2004. For more information, please visit the project website.

   

LAND USE PLANS AND STUDIES:    

The City of Tulsa, Tulsa County, and INCOG will be working with residents and other stakeholder in the Berryhill Neighborhood to develop a Land Use Plan. Land Use Plans are intended to provide tailored solutions for neighborhoods and are developed primarily through the input of property owners and area stakeholders. For more information, please visit the project website 


The City of Tulsa Planning Department has engaged a project team led by The Lakota Group to complete a land use study for transit station areas to be located along the Peoria Avenue BRT corridor between 38th Street North and the intersection of Lewis Avenue/81st Street. In hopes of enhancing the Tulsa Transit system, a new bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor will be implemented following the same route as the current bus route 105. For more information visit the project website.