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Downtown, DCC, Stadium Improvement District

Downtown Tulsa is bursting at the seams with entertainment, great food and drink and activities for the whole family! With all this flavor, how does the City of Tulsa keep up? The ­­­19 member volunteer Downtown Coordinating Council keeps things moving, taking care of business on the sidewalks and in the streets, not to mention help with promoting some fantastic annual attractions such as WinterFest, Glow, Pop-Up Retail Shops, Tulsa Tough and crowd-pleasing shows at various venues all year round: the 18,000 seat BOK Center arena for sports, concerts & family shows; the Performing Arts Center where Tulsa meets Broadway; and the three-year-old ONEOK Field where Double A baseball is served up Driller's style!

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The DCC Executive Director position is currently open. Learn more...

The Downtown Coordinating Council (DCC) lists an abundance of projects underway or soon to be underway to improve the appearance and beautify via streetscaping, to ease parking and add transportation, support a downtown watch group that networks all the downtown buildings and adds a foot patrol who also serves as a downtown ambassador. Visit Downtown Tulsa Online!

The committee provide basic cleaning and maintenance and utility services throughout the Inner-Dispersal Loop including:

Beautification

Downtown Master Landscape plan

Parking & transportation

Marketing and Communication Committee

The DCC continues improvements in the Downtown Tulsa website.

The marketing committee is updating its marketing strategy and programs for continued recognition of downtown businesses, programs and opportunities.

The DCC has also provided staff to support your needs. If you have a problem or a concern related to downtown please contact Tom Baker, DCC Manager, tbaker@cityoftulsa.org.