The City of Tulsa Gold Star Landlord Program provides incentives and rewards for landlords and property managers who engage in the best rental practices. This free and voluntary program is part of the Affordable Housing Strategy to make the City of Tulsa an economically thriving, inclusive community with quality housing opportunities for all its residents.
What are the requirements?
Licensed landlords and property managers must participate in these free programs:
What are the incentives?
Licensed landlords and property managers will receive
How do I participate?
To participate in the Gold Star Landlord Program, complete the online application below.
Approved landlords will be required to sign an agreement and self-certify they have complied with the program requirements within 30 days.
Current Gold Star Landlords Include
My landlord is a Gold Star Landlord but is not meeting the requirements. How do I report them?
If your landlord is participating in the City of Tulsa’s Gold Star Landlord Program but is not complying with the requirements, you can notify firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am a Gold Star Landlord and my tenant has complained I am not complying with the requirements. What will happen?
If your tenant notifies the Gold Star Landlord Program that you are not complying, housing staff will reach out to you to resolve the issue. If you are in compliance, then no action will be taken.
If you are not in compliance, housing staff will work with you to help you become compliant. If you do not become compliant within 30 days, then you will be removed from the City of Tulsa’s Gold Star Landlord Program and will no longer be eligible for the incentives associated with the City of Tulsa’s Gold Star Program. If you are removed, you will be eligible to reapply after 60 days.
Landlords are prohibited from retaliating against a tenant for notifying the City of Tulsa’s Gold Star Landlord Program if a landlord is not complying. If you retaliate against a tenant for that reason, you will be removed from the program and ineligible to reapply for one year.