175 E. 2nd Street, 4th Floor | Tulsa, OK 74103 | (918) 596-9456 | Directory
Permit Center Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
We have many options to ensure your needs are met. We know your time is important, and there is never enough of it. Through new technology, our customers submitting new permit applications may now avoid lines and access our front door online.
For new permits:
Login today to our Self Service portal to create a new account, submit, track and pay online.
For permits and projects initiated prior to April 30, 2018:
Applications and active projects initiated prior to April 30 will be handled through the existing system until they are completed. For permits already in process before April 30, you may call (918) 596-9656 to schedule an inspection.
The table below illustrates how projects will function during this initial transition period:
Appointments and our in-lobby self-service kiosk
If you want to make an appointment with a representative, you may still avoid a wait by texting our Center to make an appointment, or by coming in to use the self-service kiosk in our lobby on the 4th floor of City Hall at One Technology Center, where you can sign in to request to meet with staff or for a later date and time.
A Little Extra Customer Care
If you want additional help, our Development Services liaison Keri Fothergill, firstname.lastname@example.org, is ready to help you navigate the development permit process and assist you in trouble-shooting a project.
Presentations: If you are part of a professional organization that has members who frequently use our system, we invite you to give us a call and request a presentation at one of your meetings. Contact our Development Services customer liaison, Keri Fothergill at email@example.com to inquire.
Make an Appointment at the Permitting Center
Check Status of building permit applications submitted prior to April 30
Map of open permits within Tulsa City limits
Pre-submittal and pre-construction meeting Information
Forms, Applications, Booklets:
The Tulsa Brownfield Program was established in 1990 with a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency for the assessment of potential brownfield properties. The program includes a local Revolving Loan Fund to support brownfield clean up activities on private property. A brochure on the Brownfield Program Revolving Loan Fund is available for additional information and guidance.