My fellow Tulsans,
We have embarked on an intense five years of street improvements in the City of Tulsa. In 2008, Tulsa voters decided it was time to do something significant to reverse declining street conditions in our city.
We approved an investment of $451.6 million of our sales taxes and general obligation bonds for more than 150 arterial and non-arterial street maintenance projects throughout the city. We received voter approval even in the beginning stages of a recession.
Now as we see these projects under construction, we know we did the right thing for our future. When we fix our streets, we promote safer travel and public safety, and we show businesses that our citizens are willing to invest in our community and provide the right conditions for economic growth.
Through the pages of this website, we will offer updates on our street improvements, and we will advertise our public meetings. Check back frequently.
Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr.
To comment on street improvements, fill out a Customer Care Center form online at http://www.cityoftulsa.org/reporting/reporting-problems.aspx
See the 2008 five-year plan projects and previously approved projects currently in progress.