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Tulsa’s Zoning Code Changes

Feedback regarding the City of Tulsa’s Zoning Code Update TulsaNow Board of Directors Tulsa’s Comprehensive Plan, adopted in 2010, calls for a dramatic change in how Tulsa is developed, how it should look and feel, where its citizens live and work, and how Tulsans travel to points within the City. The zoning code needs to
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Crow Creek

kNOW Your Tulsa June Meeting: Up the Creek

Tulsa Now is partnering with the All Souls Green Team and the Oklahoma Conservation Commission to present their June forum , “Up the Creek.” Crow Creek runs through multiple residential and commercial areas and, as a result of development, it is now impaired. Local groups have volunteered to clean up the creek and restore its
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pouring water

Putting Water in the River

The damming of the river through Tulsa has always been a controversial subject. Many individuals have strong opinions about the issue and both advocates and critics have convincing arguments for their position. The Arkansas River is the large river along Riverside drive. It connects to the Mississippi River and begins in the Rocky Mountains. It
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Water in the River

kNOW Your Tulsa April Meeting: Water in the River

TulsaNow’s monthly public forum will include a presentation by the Chairman of the Arkansas River Task Force and City Council District 9 representative GT Bynum. He’ll discuss work of the task force so far including discussions about dams, locations, potential cost and funding timeline. A panel discussion will follow including Bynum, Tulsa author Ann Patton,
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healthy city design means healthier citizens

Designing a Healthier City

It’s no secret that Tulsa has health problems. 63% of us are overweight or obese (with al full 1/3 of children falling in to this category). According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, less than half of Tulsa County’s population meets basic physical activity requirements (that’s fancy talk for: we don’t exercise). In
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