Vision Tulsa


Mayor G.T. Bynum announced the funding timeline for the historic Vision Tulsa economic development projects, with more than 80 percent of the 37 projects funded completely within the first five years. Four additional projects would receive annual appropriations from the 15-year program.

As a result of the work City staff has done to time bond issues for advance funding, the City will be able to fund 80 percent of the projects within the first five years, allowing the City to benefit from the economic impact and growth they'll generate.

Economic Development Timeline

Economic Development Projects Receiving Full Funding in the First Five Years Of Vision Tulsa

Zink Dam - $46,000,000
Low Water Dam with Recreational Gates and Flumes

New Pedestrian Bridge - $15,000,000

Mitigation, Bank Stabilization and Outfall Protection - $2,000,000

Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness - $7,600,000

Levee District #12 Rehabilitation -  $5,000,000
Local Matching Funds

23rd and Jackson Redevelopment Site - $1,000,000
Relocation Study, Design and Acquisition

Gilcrease Museum Expansion - $65,000,000
Cox Business Center and Arena District Master Plan - $55,000,000

Tulsa Fairgrounds - $30,000,000

Airport Infrastructure - $27,300,000

Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum - $25,000,000

Langston University - $16,250,000
Tulsa Healthcare Professions Complex Expansion

BMX National Headquarters - $15,000,000

South Mingo Corridor - $15,000,000

Public Schools -$14,500,000
Safety First Initiative

Peoria-Mohawk Business Park - $10,000,000

Community Health Connection East Clinic - $9,975,000

Air National Guard F-35 Simulator Training Center - $9,400,000

Discovery Lab - $8,000,000
Tulsa Children's Museum Permanent Site

Peoria Connection - $7,000,000
North Peoria Avenue, 56th Street to Mohawk Blvd.

TCC Career Placement - $5,320,000

University Center at Tulsa Authority/OSU Tulsa - $3,600,000

McCullough Park - $3,600,000

Mohawk Sports Complex - $3,500,000

GO Plan - $3,125,000
Priority Projects Identified in Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan

Rt. 66 Village Train Depot - $3,000,000

Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust Planning - $1,000,000

Economic Development Projects Receiving Ongoing Funding Throughout Vision Tulsa

New Trail, East Bank - $4,000,000
101st to Cousins Park - Design and Matching Funds

Capital Equipment - $12,000,000
Non-Public Safety

Citywide and Rt. 66 Beautification and Reinvestment - $11,000,000

Public Schools - $10,000,000
Partnerships with Union, Jenks and Tulsa Public Schools in Teacher Retention, Recruitment and Training

Tulsa Arts Commission - $2,250,000

Economic Development Projects Receiving Funding Later

South Tulsa Dam - $54,714,000
Low-Water Dam and Pedestrian Bridge

East Bank Park, Boat Dock and Abutment Improvements - $3,500,000

Vensel Creek Park and Boat Dock - $2,500,000

East Bank Trail Connection - $1,500,000
Connecting Low-Water Dam to Vensel Creek

Mitigation, Bank Stabilization and Outfall Protection - $2,000,000

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