The Arena District Master Plan will set a vision for the 30-block Arena District, located on the western side of Downtown Tulsa. Share your ideas and help guide the future of the district!
Launched in February of 2018, the Arena District Master Plan effort will help guide the City and its partners in developing improvements to the District’s public realm. This master planning process will assess the current state of the District, evaluate the potential of public infrastructure investments, identify opportunities for private development, and provide a phased roadmap for future decisions.
The District rests advantageously on the western edge of a revitalizing central business district. Public life in the District is consistently activated by events at the BOK Center, Cox Business Center, and patrons of the civic institutions within, but the numerous destinations in the District suffer from a lack of cohesion, and the District lacks the public space amenities needed to capture the imaginations of people. There is no better time to begin the process of strengthening the District’s place in the IDL, working to integrate the District more fully with the revitalization efforts taking place in nearby neighborhoods by developing a plan for public improvements for fueling redevelopment, growth, and longevity.
This survey asks you to list three things you like the most about the district and three things you would like to see changed or improved. As well, the survey asks for you to share your vision for the district.
We will use this information to guide our initial analysis of the District, which will be shared with the community at our first Community Visioning Workshop on Wednesday, May 9th at the Tulsa City - County Library. This event will start at 5:00 PM and take place in the Aaronson Auditorium (Room L01). We hope to see you there! For more information about the plan, please visit our website www.cityoftulsa.org/ArenaDistrict