PLANiTULSA tells the story about how Tulsa can change over the next 20 to 30 years. Mayor G. T. Bynum invites you to celebrate PLANiTULSA's accomplishments and let the City know what matters most to you.
World class places. Downtown development. Parks and open spaces. Our City is changing!
What changes do you see as accomplishments in Tulsa? Share your response with the Mayor!
In 2008, the City of Tulsa initiated PLANiTULSA to update Tulsa’s Comprehensive Plan for the first time since the 1970's. Over 5,000 Tulsans responded to surveys and participated in public events to develop the community’s Vision for the future.
Adopted by the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission and approved by the City Council, the 2010 Tulsa Comprehensive Plan and its Guiding Principles continue to set the tone for development decisions in Tulsa.
Folks are paying attention because of PLANiTULSA
In late 2015, Tulsa was selected by the Rockefeller Foundation to join 100 cities across the globe in the foundation's elite 100 Resilient Cities program. And in 2016, the American Planning Association recognized Tulsa's Guthrie Green as one of the "Great Places in America."
Public and private investments continue to make Tulsa a great place to live, work and play. Since the PLANiTULSA process began, downtown has added museums, housing, hotels, and retail. We're currently conducting land use studies to bring BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) to Peoria Avenue. We've implemented numerous Vision 2025 projects in the city, including attractions on Route 66. And since PLANiTULSA's adoption, we have adopted new small area plans and new Zoning Code to help us realize our long-range vision .
Vibrant Downtown Tulsa
Bus Rapid Transit
New housing choices
Community health and life expectancy
Gathering Place: World-class!
Follow PLANiTULSA's Implementation!
Check out the City's Comprehensive Plan Progress Report and summary and Monitoring Program that evaluate progress to date. And take the survey to let us know what progress you have noticed and what you think about it.
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