Which of these photos represents your preferred vision of how downtown Tulsa should look?
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These photos, taken from the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church at 1301 S. Boston Avenue, illustrate changes in the appearance of downtown Tulsa between 1978 and 2005.
In consideration of the moratorium currently in place to address the teardown of downtown structures and creation of new surface parking lots, City Planning staff reviewed relevant zoning regulations and developed recommendations for the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission to consider during its February 20th work session.
PLANiTULSA and the Downtown Area Master Plan recognize that losing existing structures for the creation of additional parking lots is detrimental to a vital, thriving downtown. A moratorium is currently in place to prevent the teardown of downtown structures, pending development of a longer-term solution.
Click on the photo below that represents your vision of how downtown Tulsa - within the Inner Dispersal Loop (IDL) - should look in future, then add a statement to support your position. One of the photos or options must be selected. The three options are: "More buildings, fewer parking lots", "Fewer buildings, more parking lots" or "Something else".
More buildings, fewer parking lots
Fewer buildings, more parking lots
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