Other Projects

IMPROVE OUR TULSA NON-STREETS PROJECTS

More than $293 million of Improve Our Tulsa projects are not street-related. These projects are listed below. Updates about these projects will be posted monthly.


Animal Shelter
  • Animal Shelter Immediate Improvements - $750,000
  • Animal Shelter Expansion - Phase I, $2,750,000
Capital Equipment
  • Five-Year Capital Equipment Needs (Excluding Police, Fire & Information Technology) - $18,910,000
Equipment Management Department
  • Compressed Natural Gas Fleet Fueling Infrastructure Expansion - $1,800,000
  • Install Radio Frequency Identification (RFD) System at All Fuel Locations and on Approximately 2,500 Vehicles - $750,000
  • Install Two Emergency Generators at EMD's Two Emergency Operations Shops (56th and Garnett; 1790 W. Newblock) - $200,000
  • EMD Facilities Maintenance - $1,000,000
  • Lighting Systems, Driveways, Sidewalks, Energy Efficiency Upgrades, HVAC, and Plumbing - $2,300,000
Fire Department
  • Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) - $2,600,000
  • Apparatus Replacement - $17,000,000
  • Fire Station Rehabilitation - $7,250,000
  • Fire Station Generators - $1,500,000
  • Fire Department Facilities - $2,000,000
  • Fire Five-Year Capital Equipment Needs - $4,250,000
Gilcrease Museum
  • Thomas Gilcrease House Roof Replacement - $175,000
  • Closed Circuit TV Camera Upgrade - $550,000
  • Gilcrease Library/Archival Storage Support - $300,000
  • Helmerich Hall Floor Replacement - $355,000
  • Gallery Wood Floor Refinishing - $100,000
  • Kitchen Grease Trap and Sanitary Upgrade from Wet to Dry Pipe - $735,000
  • Kitchen Renovation - $285,000
  • Perimeter Fence Replacement - $335,000
  • Public Restrooms Renovation - $410,000
  • North Parking Restoration - $985,000
  • HVAC Steam Humidification Upgrade - $1,020,000
  • Vista Room Electro Chromatic Glass- $110,000
  • Chilled Water System Install Variable Frequency Drives - $155,000
  • HVAC Controls: Pneumatic to Electric Conversion - $400,000
  • Halon Fire Suppression System Replacement - $665,000
  • Parking Expansion - $500,000
  • Roof Replacement/Repairs - $1,500,000
Information Technology
  • Financial System Replacement - $10,000,000
  • Law Enforcement Record Management System - $6,530,000
  • Information Technology Five-Year Capital Equipment Needs - $23,075,000
Levee District #12
  • Levee District #12 Rehabilitation - $3,400,000
Parks & Recreation
  • Berry Park - $1,985,000 pool reconstruction
  • Crawford Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Lacy Park - $7,095,000 new playground and safety surface, replacement of existing splash pad with water playground, pool reconstruction, Phase I renovations - add 50-space parking lot, new entry to center, a covered drop-off area, exterior restroom facilities, new signage and a covered pavilion
  • Mohawk Park - $620,000 service of HVAC, flooring, paint and annualized HVAC replacement, upgrade of security system to current standards, rehabilitation of Pielsticker playground, adding safety surface
  • Penney Park - $775,000 new playground and safety surface, replacement of splash pad with water playground
  • McClure Park - $5,000,000 pool reconstruction, new playground and safety surface
  • Patrick Park - $ 275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Graham Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Helmerich Park - $775,000 new playground equipment
  • Page Belcher Golf Clubhouse - $480,000 annual service of HVAC, flooring, paint and annualized HVAC replacement, roofing; Page Belcher Pro Shop - service of HVAC, flooring, paint and annualized HVAC replacement, roofing, upgrade of security system to current standards
  • Reed Park - $2,910,000 replacement of splash pad with water playground, pool reconstruction
  • Schlegel Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • West Highlands Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Carbondale - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Tracy Park - $550,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Woodward Park - $4,850,000 comprehensive solution involving regrading slopes, adding and repairing weathered limestone walls, extensive landscaping and renovating the stream and pond
  • Skelly Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Terrace Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Henthorne Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Langenheim Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Whiteside Park - $1,705,000 pool reconstruction, upgrade and repair of plumbing in community center
  • Carl Smith Park - $185,000 concession, restrooms and tournament office - flooring, paint and HVAC replacement, roofing
  • Savage Park - $120,000 concession and restrooms - service of HVAC, flooring, paint and annualized HVAC replacement, roofing
  • Shannon Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Summerglen Plaza Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Plaza Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Aaronson Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Boots Adams Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
  • Hicks Park - $635,000 annual service of HVAC, flooring, paint and HVAC replacement, roofing
  • Cousins Park - $1,975,000 water, sewer, stormwater, electric and water infrastructure, construction of one-room school house, pioneer house and barn, elevated observation deck and interpretive signage, also native tree, grass and wildflower plantings, new crushed stone trail, new train depot visitors center with restrooms
  • Hunter Park - $875,000 new playground equipment, replace walks, renovate and expand existing restroom facility
  • Minshall Park - $275,000 new playground and safety surface
Planning & Economic Development
  • Annual Economic Development Priority Opportunities - $6,000,000
  • Strategic Mobility Plan - $1,500,000
  • Corridor and Small Area Planning - $2,000,000
  • Eugene Field Redevelopment: flood control and infrastructure development - $10,900,000
  • Route 66 Village
  • Route 66 Station: restrooms and short-term parking - $550,000
  • Charles Page Boulevard Plan - $222,500
  • Phase I Downtown Housing and Retail Development - $4,000,000
  • Phase I Pearl District Flood Control and Redevelopment - $5,000,000
  • Northland Strategic Acquisition and Street Improvements - $5,000,000
  • Charles Page Boulevard Plan - $222,500
Performing Arts Center
  • Replace Existing Fire Alarm System - $520,000
  • Fire Sprinklers - $1,140,000
  • Renovations - $1,840,000
  • Fan Coil Replacement - $555,000
  • HVAC Motor Replacement - $175,000
  • Roof Replacement - $1,300,000
Police Department
  • Replace Helicopter - $1,500,000
  • Police Academy Renovations/Police Courts/COMPSTAT Building - $4,040,000
  • Uniform Division Renovations - $3,000,000
  • Police Five-Year Capital Equipment Needs - $22,265,000
Public Facilities
  • ADA Transition Plan - Buildings, $1,275,000
  • ADA Transition Plan - Parks, $1,140,000
  • Public Facilities, OTC - $3,295,000
  • Public Facilities, Roofing - $3,000,000
River Parks
  • Park Facilities Refurbishment - $4,000,000
  • Pedestrian Bridge - $7,760,000
Tulsa City-County Library
  • Tulsa Central Library Project - $10,000,000
Tulsa Zoo
  • Master Plan - Tiger & Snow Leopard Exhibits, $3,750,000
  • Master Plan - Carnivores Exhibits, $8,000,000
Bond Finance
  • Bond Issuance Costs - $500,000