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Working in Neighborhoods

Director: Dwain Midget

Mission Statement: To promote community education, develop and sustain private-public partnerships that enhance public safety, neighborhood revitalization and the quality of life of all residents within our city.

In October 2006, the Working in Neighborhoods (WIN) department was created to focus on: Housing, Neighborhood Services, Neighborhood Investigations (Code Enforcement) and Animal Welfare. Primary functions of the department include:

 


Housing Opportunity Partnership

The Housing Opportunity Partnership is a new program launched by the City of Tulsa to address more than 300 vacant, abandoned, and uninhabitable properties that are in such disrepair they constitute a public nuisance and are eligible for demolition.

If you are a community development housing organization, nonprofit, developer, realtor, or property owner interested in transforming uninhabitable structures into safe, decent housing or you want to build new housing for Tulsans, please click the link below for a copy of the demolition property case list.

Note: The City is not acquiring these properties. We’re ensuring structures that lead to neighborhood instability are addressed. 

Demolition List - September 1, 2020


Neighborhoods Online  |  Code Enforcement  |  Housing  |  Animal Welfare  |  Special Events

 

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