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As the City works to address homelessness at the intersection of housing and mental health, the City of Tulsa has released its Path to Home Strategy. As part of the strategy, various housing actions are included to increase housing units at varying price points. 

Travis Hulse serves as the Housing Policy Director tasked with leading the City’s housing priorities. As a public servant of Tulsa for more than 7 years, he regularly collaborates with public and private organizations to build consensus across various housing topics and move Tulsa toward becoming a globally competitive, world-class city. 

For questions, comments or additional information, please email Travis Hulse.

Our Housing Partners

Tulsa Housing Challenge

Initially announced in Mayor Bynum’s 2022 State of the City address, the City has exceeded the mayor’s two-year $500 Million Housing Challenge goal in under one year, with the total sitting at $512.43 million as of November 2023. This captures all types of housing projects (new construction, renovations, conversions) and a variety of single-family, multi-family, and everything in-between. Work to grow that number continues.

If you represent an organization that has an interest in housing development, we would love to hear from you on how you wish to join the cause. Take the Survey

If you want to join this historic effort or have a specific housing project that you wish to discuss, please email and someone will be in touch with you shortly.

Housing, Homelessness and Mental Health (3H) Task Force

Announced by Mayor Bynum during his 2022 State of the City address, the Mayor-City Council Task Force was created to help the City of Tulsa more effectively understand its future role in addressing housing, homelessness, and mental health needs in Tulsa. The Task Force will create a strategy for the City to best utilize its policy and legislative powers, public convening and education platforms, and financial resources to maximize its efficiency and effectiveness in contributing to broader community solutions. 

Programs & Resources 

From work on certifying emergency shelters to opening a new low barrier shelter, the City has more than 50 actions happening right now to address homelessness at the intersection of housing and mental health. 

Recent Announcements

Housing Types in Tulsa
Courtesy - Tulsa Planning Office

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