The Tulsa Planning Office is kicking off public engagement for the update to planitulsa, the City’s comprehensive plan, by hosting 18 online “listening sessions” in January and February to hear directly from residents about what should be included in the updated plan, along with offering other ways to participate.
The come-and-go listening sessions are designed to give residents a chance to speak directly about issues they care about. There will be no formal presentation. Residents can drop in at any time during each 3-hour session to provide input. Residents may also provide comments by leaving a voicemail at (918) 579-9490, sending an email to email@example.com, or by completing an online survey.
Two drop-in listening sessions are scheduled for each plan chapter—one on a weeknight, and one on a Saturday—with the first one coming up on Tuesday, January 19. Topics include: Transportation; Parks & Recreation; History, Culture & Creativity; Communities; Economic Development; Environment & Natural Resources; Public Services; Housing; and Future Land Use.
To read descriptions of the topics, sign up for an online meeting, or take the survey in English or Spanish, visit www.tulsaplanning.org/planitulsa. For additional information about the update to planitulsa, contact John Tankard at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (918) 579-9462.
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