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Name not shown inside District 9 May 21, 2018, 10:52 PM

Please “pin” the top 10 locations in Tulsa you feel Place Dynamics, project consultant, should consider as they prepare to perform an in-depth assessment of the retail potential and degree to which each district serves the needs of their respective trade areas. Zoom in using the (+) button.
Pin on Utica Square, Pin on 15th & Peoria, Pin on Pearl District, Pin on Downtown, Pin on Route 66 East, Pin on International District, Pin on Woodland Hills, Pin on Promenade, Pin on 31st & Sheridan, Pin on Sheridan South

Polly Robinson inside Tulsa May 21, 2018, 5:34 PM

What is your age?
31 to 50 years


I am best described as a ...
Working professional


Time living/working in the Tulsa area
7 to 20 years


Familiarity with PLANiTULSA
Followed PLANiTULSA, but did not actively participate


Interest in city planning and local government
More than before PLANiTULSA


PLANiTULSA concepts I care about. (1=not important, 5=very important)



The PLANiTULSA Progress Report identifies activities to focus on over the next the next 5 years. Click on each item for details.

From this list, what are YOUR priorities? (click/drag/drop)
Conduct Small Area Planning, Develop Sustainability Toolkit, Connect Capital Improvement Program (CIP) the Support Comprehensive Plan Implementation, Create PLANiTULSA Implementation Team, Coordinate Development Process, Transportation Planning, and Capital Improvement Program


How are you most likely to participate in PLANiTULSA's implementation over the next several years? (1=not likely; 5=most likely)



How did you find out about this topic and survey?
Announcement from FeedbackTulsa


Please share your thoughts on the PLANiTULSA process, including ways to expand community engagement and participation.
We need to improve crosswalks to ensure cars actually stop. A crosswalk at 14th and Peoria, crossing from Cherry Street Neighborhood to the trail is desperately needed.

Name not shown inside District 9 May 16, 2018, 3:05 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
Library, BOK Center, Architecture of old buildings


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Surface parking lots, Federal buildings, No enough destinations


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Area around the library, Transit center, Surface parking lots

Kenton Grant inside District 4 May 16, 2018, 10:11 AM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
Tulsa Library, Cox Convention Center, BOK Center, programming on 3rd street (winter fest)


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Lack of engaging/activated spaces, excessive amount of roads, , Not enough green spaces, Disjointed buildings and connections.


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Examine potential areas for green/activating spaces (courtyard in front of Aloft and Civic Center + space between 6th & 8th from Civic Center to Boulder, includes plaza of Americas). , Consider relocation of DHS. open property for proposals and development. Mixed use development that includes retail, lodging, housing, public and green spaces , Examine walk-ability throughout Arena and adjoining districts. How do we foster more walking/biking not just within the district but attracting people to walk from outside the district or promoting people to leave events at BOK and COX to walk to other districts.

Name not shown inside District 4 May 16, 2018, 9:19 AM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
Destination amenities - Convention Center; Arena; Courthouse; Library, Walkability - West of Denver Avenue, Multiple structured parking facilities permit large # of people to come to district for events


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Lack of green space / congregating areas - especially notable due to the civic plaza existing but not attracting people, Page Belcher Federal Building has few people per sq ft working there and takes a huge footprint in a prime location, Denver feels like a major street and barrier to connecting the District with areas east of Denver


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Replace Page Belcher with building that interacts with Convention Center and BOK Center, Everything north of 7th street and east of Houston. The other parts of the "District" have distinct pros/cons/needs., Providing a good experience for tourists/visitors. Other parts of downtown cater to night life, living downtown, etc. This area serves a disproportionate amount of visitors.

Name not shown inside District 4 May 15, 2018, 1:40 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
Central Library - great building, great programming, great staff. Love this library. Wish there was a better plaza!, Denver Avenue - great connection between historic neighborhoods and Arkansas River, TulsaHub and MixCo - this area should always be welcome to nonprofits and small businesses


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
The name. Why is it the Arena District? There are so many different uses in the area and it just doesn't make sense as the identity for the area, Parks - there's not a lot of public spaces to hang out and feel welcome to be there, BOK Center - sure it brings in big names and good shows HOWEVER it doesn't inspire me to stay in the space. I go to a show and then I leave. How does it actually benefit the district right now, other than just bringing in a mass of people for 2-4 hours? It doesn't.


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Denver could be a great corridor but is so unfriendly to anything other than cars. There should be streetscaping efforts along the street such as bike lanes and improved crosswalks , Boulder and Cheyenne have so many great buildings but are they really part of the district? There should be connectivity efforts (wayfinding?) done if they're going to stay in the district., As long as the Page Belcher building is being underutilized, this area will never be as vibrant as it could be. Something needs to happen to that space!

Name not shown outside Districts May 15, 2018, 12:53 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
BOK Center, Cox Business Center, Hampton Inn


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Lack of retail, restaurants and bars, Lack of hospitality, Lack of any reason to be there pre- or post- BOK Center event


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Tulsa County and City of Tulsa Municipal Courthouses should be relocated, Every surface parking, MTTA bus station

Name not shown inside District 4 May 15, 2018, 12:53 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
BOK Center, Cox Business Center


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Need to move Federal Building/Post Office to another location, let that land be re-purposed., No protected bike lanes.


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
New Federal Courthouse, moving post office outside downtown, re-purposing old federal courthouse land. Protected bike lanes throughout downtown. , Increased residential & retail/shopping, adding a grocery store.

Theron Warlick inside District 5 May 14, 2018, 3:16 PM

Share what you consider are strengths in the Arena District. This can be an institution, business, place, or destination.
BOK Arena and the huge number of visitors it generates., Tulsa City/County Library, especially since the remodal, is a tremendous asset., The Cox Business Center will be even stronger with forthcoming improvements.


Share what you consider as weaknesses in the Arena District. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
The public realm (sidewalks and streets) are remarkably unremarkable. The paths to the arena are not even in the same universe as the arena itself., The lack of attractive public open space and makes lingering in the area difficult and unenjoyable., There connections to Deco/Blue Dome and the Tulsa Arts District are uninviting, incomplete, and underdeveloped.


Share what parts of the district you consider to be a priority and/or have opportunity. This can be a street or intersection, a place, or a building.
Some Tulsans have suggested that housing be introduced in this area...I'd really like to see this explored. Housing and the services to support that might make this area distinctive and fully developed, but not a COMPETING entertainment district. , The small hotels emerging downtown are exciting, but I still see the need to develop a large hotel near CBC to allow us to compete for better conventions. Some nearby entertainment options are needed for those visitors who don't have time to explore. This is an interesting challenge if you also want to promote housing, but there may be a balance., Not in the district, but if 2nd street is identified as a pedestrian connection to Blue Dome, there is an opportunity for retail liner space on the Williams Green garage, which right now is nothing but a blank wall.

Chris Cook inside District 9 May 9, 2018, 3:52 PM

What are 3 things you LIKE THE MOST about the Arena District?
BOK Center, Tulsa Central Library, A-Loft Hotel


What are 3 things you would like to see CHANGED OR IMPROVED in the Arena District?
More public space - green space , Less Government buildings, More on street retail