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COVID-19 Sentiment Survey Launches; Downtown Tulsa Consumers, Stakeholders Encouraged to Share Input

This article was archived on 5/1/2021

The Downtown Coordinating Council (DCC), in partnership with the International Downtown Association (IDA), has launched a survey to better understand consumer confidence trends as visitors, employees, and residents contemplate returning to normal activities in Downtown Tulsa. 

The confidential COVID-19 Sentiment Survey seeks individual opinions and priorities as spring and summer activities become more prevalent and national vaccination rollout continues. The aggregated information and data gathered through this survey will inform programs and services that aid in the reopening and recovery of Downtown Tulsa through the Back to Downtown campaign. Tulsa’s data will also be compared to results and trends from other downtowns around the country.  

“We continuously emphasize the importance of and opportunities to support our small business community in Downtown Tulsa by safely dining, shopping, and exploring,” said Brian Kurtz, DCC Executive Director. “With many large and small employers contemplating a return to office and the outdoor event and recreation season picking up, results from this survey will help us better plan for everyone coming back to Downtown.”

The Back to Downtown campaign launched last month to highlight Downtown Tulsa’s small business community. Tulsans locally own more than 95 percent of downtown businesses. 

The survey can be found on the home page or can be directly accessed at

The deadline to respond is April 30, 2021.