The Neighborhood Services Division provides assistance to the residents of Tulsa through a variety of programs in an effort to solve neighborhood-related issues. For more information call or email your Neighborhood Liaisons at (918) 596-1292 or email@example.com
New! Neighborhood Sign Grant
Registered neighborhoods are invited to apply for a Neighborhood Sign Grant through the Working in Neighborhoods Department. The Neighborhood Sign Grant is a competitive mini-grant program that engages residents by improving neighborhood pride and morale one neighborhood at a time. Available funds will assist neighborhoods with the purchase of up to four neighborhood signs for their area. Read more...
Neighborhood Dumpster Program
The Dumpster Program is a service available to registered neighborhood associations. It is important to know and understand the rules before applying for and using the dumpsters.
Block Parties are a great way to get to know your neighbors, and the City encourages associations to organize these events. If you plan to use any part of the public street you must use appropriate safety barricades. Register Online
The City of Tulsa’s Serve Tulsans initiative is the one stop shop for volunteer opportunities. Visit www.servetulsans.org to find a service opportunity near you and make a difference in the lives of Tulsans.
For more information about the Alert Neighbors Program, contact the Crime Prevention Network.
Neighborhood Liaison Assistance
The Neighborhood Liaisons are your point of contact in City Hall for all neighborhood-related issues.
Your Neighborhood Liaisons are:
To promote community education, develop, and sustain public/private partnerships and enhance public safety and health within neighborhoods to improve the quality of life in the City of Tulsa
Create collaborative links between the City and its citizens. Acting as this link the Neighborhood Services Division and Neighborhood Liaisons are a point of contact between neighborhood groups, area residents, businesses, schools, and organizations.
Implement a proactive education program designed to enhance code compliance, collaboration, and coordination. Work within the City of Tulsa’s neighborhoods alongside area residents to help keep Tulsa healthy, attractive, and positive for those who work, live, and play here.