City of Tulsa and Oklahoma Turnpike Authority Move Forward with Gilcrease Expressway Extension

The Gilcrease Expressway extension is one of six individual projects within the Driving Forward program announced by Governor Fallin in October 2015. The Driving Forward transportation initiative came about as a result of the need for greater public safety on Oklahoma's roadways.

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New Route 66 Artwork

New artwork in Howard Park, 2510 Southwest Boulevard, was dedicated on Feb. 15 and is Tulsa's newest Vision 2025 project.

Entitled Route 66 #1, Route 66 #2, and Route 66 #3, the sculpture consists of three Indiana limestone monoliths with themes to celebrate Tulsa's history during the era of Route 66. Each monolith has its own theme: Transportation, Industry/Native American, and Art Deco/Cultural.

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African-American Affairs Commission

District 1 City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper and Mayor G.T. Bynum announced today that an ordinance will be sent to the Tulsa City Council to create the Greater Tulsa Area African-American Affairs Commission.

The Commission will serve in an advisory and advocacy capacity to City and County officials to encourage and promote unity, purpose and understanding among the African-American population of the greater Tulsa area.

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Vison Tulsa Timeline Announced

The Tulsa City Council and Mayor G.T. Bynum and the announced the funding timeline for the historic Vision Tulsa economic development projects, with more than 80 percent of the 37 projects funded completely within the first five years. Four additional projects would receive annual appropriations from the 15-year program.

As a result of the work City staff has done to time bond issues for advance funding, the City will be able to fund 80 percent of the projects within the first five years, allowing the City to benefit from the economic impact and growth they'll generate.

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Wednesday, March 22 - Next Regular Council Meeting

This regular meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall, 175 E. 2nd St.


Saturday, April 1 - Community Services Fair

Come out to the first Community Services Fair on Saturday, April 1st, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at East Central High School located on 11th street east of Garnett.

You can meet with groups to help plan children's summer activities, answer questions about city and county services, and provide information about other services available to you and your family.

Experts from Meals on Wheels, the Mental Health Association, City of Tulsa Parks and Working in Neighborhoods, Tulsa Job Corps and more will be on hand.


Saturday, May 27 - PatriotFest

Motorcycle/Car Show, bands and entertainment, food trucks, vendors, military displays and free KidZone. Festival grounds are the Route 66 Historical Village (3770 Southwest Blvd., Tulsa - Old Route 66). The car show will be preceded by a Car/Motorcycle Cruise along Tulsa's stretch of Historic Route 66. All Proceeds benefit Folds of Honor and other local military/veteran organizations.

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