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Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity

Director: Krystal Reyes

The Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity (MORE) works to achieve equality for all Tulsans through partnership building, education, cultural awareness, and advocacy. The office is charged with implementing a broad strategy to promote resilience and equity in Tulsa in all aspects of city life from employment, economic development, health, mental health, and human rights. MORE also oversees the complaint and investigation process for Tulsans who experience discrimination in housing, employment, or public accommodations. In addition, MORE works in partnership with five commissions who represent and advocate for women, Latinos, African Americans, and Native Americans, and human rights in Tulsa. Lastly, the office also administers a small business enterprise program to promote opportunities for small businesses to bid with the City of Tulsa and develop successful partnerships with general contractors. In her capacity as Chief Resilience Officer leading the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity, Krystal also serves as the Mayor’s liaison to the LGBTQ community. 

Resilient Tulsa 

Title 5 Commissions 
Human Rights |  Indian Affairs | Hispanic Affairs | Status of Women | African-American Affairs

Small Business Enterprise Program

The Small Business Enterprise Program for businesses within the Tulsa metro. Learn more...

File a Complaint

ADA Grievance
Procedure and Complaint Form

Handicap Parking
Oklahoma Handicapped Parking Placard Application

Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing
The full report is available online.

Mayor's Office for Resilience and Equity
City Hall
175 East 2nd Street, 15th Floor
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103
(918) 596-7411