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What are your thoughts on the draft version of the Pearl District Small Area Plan?

This topic has 17 visitors and 8 responses: 3 registered responses and 5 unregistered responses. That's 24 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Did you know that Improve Our Tulsa is being proposed for renewal? Give us your feedback.

This topic has 357 visitors and 203 responses: 84 registered responses and 119 unregistered responses. That's 10.2 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How can we improve Tulsa's Animal Welfare system?

This topic has 2168 visitors and 1867 responses: 779 registered responses and 1088 unregistered responses. That's 93.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How well does the Berryhill Land Use Plan reflect the desires and visions of your Berryhill community?

This topic has 151 visitors and 31 responses: 7 registered responses and 24 unregistered responses. That's 1.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Cast your vote! Which employee artwork best captures the theme "Excellence Happens Here"?

This topic has 361 visitors and 231 responses: 51 registered responses and 180 unregistered responses. That's 11.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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What are the economic needs for the Phoenix District (36th Street North Corridor)?

This topic has 638 visitors and 802 responses: 74 registered responses and 728 unregistered responses. That's 40.1 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How do you get news and information about what is happening in the City of Tulsa? How can the City better communicate with you?

This topic has 354 visitors and 132 responses: 44 registered responses and 88 unregistered responses. That's 6.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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What are your thoughts on the draft concepts and strategies for the Arena District Master Plan?

This topic has 142 visitors and 46 responses: 29 registered responses and 17 unregistered responses. That's 2.3 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Where should the 918 Day Scavenger Hunt take place?

This topic has 19 visitors and 2 ideas: 0 registered ideas and 2 unregistered ideas. It is now closed to participation.

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¿Cómo puede la ciudad de Tulsa satisfacer mejor tus necesidades de comercios y restaurantes locales?

This topic has 30 visitors and 5 responses: 3 registered responses and 2 unregistered responses. It is now closed to participation.

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How can the City of Tulsa better meet your local retail and dining needs?

This topic has 1344 visitors and 1088 responses: 425 registered responses and 663 unregistered responses. That's 54.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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What strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities do you see in the Arena District?

This topic has 123 visitors and 25 responses: 12 registered responses and 13 unregistered responses. That's 1.3 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Share your ideas and help guide the future of the Arena District!

This topic has 274 visitors and 78 responses: 48 registered responses and 30 unregistered responses. That's 3.9 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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Should we limit the number of new Small Box Discount Stores in parts of northern Tulsa?

This topic has 325 visitors and 136 responses: 72 registered responses and 64 unregistered responses. That's 6.8 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How can the City of Tulsa improve existing strategies and/or begin new strategies to improve the City Experience in Tulsa?

This topic has 118 visitors and 16 responses: 12 registered responses and 4 unregistered responses. That's 48 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How can the City of Tulsa improve existing strategies and/or begin new strategies to improve Opportunity in Tulsa?

This topic has 47 visitors and 5 responses: 4 registered responses and 1 unregistered response. It is now closed to participation.

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Share your thoughts on how we are doing Inside City Hall

This topic has 199 visitors and 100 responses: 41 registered responses and 59 unregistered responses. That's 5.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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How can the City of Tulsa improve existing strategies and/or begin new strategies to improve Well-Being in Tulsa?

This topic has 57 visitors and 9 responses: 7 registered responses and 2 unregistered responses. That's 27 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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What do you think about concepts in the Walkability Analysis commissioned by Tulsa's Downtown Coordinating Council? Take the survey to share your thoughts with author Jeff Speck and the DCC.

This topic has 404 visitors and 151 responses: 73 registered responses and 78 unregistered responses. That's 7.6 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. It is now closed to participation.

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What makes Tulsa resilient (or not) to chronic stresses like aging infrastructure or poverty and acute shocks like Oklahoma's severe weather? What are your resilience priorities? Read more about Tulsa’s resilience program, take the survey and share a comment to help shape our resilience plan.

Statements shared with Tulsa's Chief Resilience Officer

This topic has 159 visitors and 5 statements: 2 registered statements and 3 unregistered statements. It is now closed to participation.

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