Upcoming Events and Meetings

Tulsa City Council Meeting Days

The Tulsa City Council will have meetings this month on the following days:

  • January 8
  • January 15
  • January 29

Find agendas here

District 3 Town Hall

Join Councilor Crista Patrick for a D3 town hall on Saturday, Jan. 18, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at UAW Local 952 at 1414 N. Memorial Dr.

This meeting will be a panel discussion where residents can ask questions of various City department leaders. Bring your questions and concerns!

District 4 Town Hall

Councilor Kara Joy McKee's 2020 Constituent Priorities Visioning Session will be Monday, Jan. 27, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Will Rogers High School, 3909 E. 5th Pl.

Councilor McKee is asking constituents from across District 4 to come together and review the priorities citizens have suggested so far.

"We're going to organize creative ways to do the most good possible for District 4 in 2020," Councilor McKee said.

CTAC Information Sessions

The Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) is a committee of Tulsans who want to help the Tulsa Transit Board of Trustees and staff collect feedback from riders and advocate for a better transit system.

Join us at one of two community events to learn more about the committee and how you can help!

Tuesday, Jan. 21, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Tulsa Downtown Central Library, 400 Civic Center

Thursday, Jan. 23, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Martin Regional Library, 2601 S. Garnett Road.

MLK Day of Service - Monday, Jan. 20

Did you know, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. Need some ideas on how you can serve?

Visit, the City of Tulsa's website that connect volunteers with community needs. Your service honors Dr. King's life and teachings and helps make Tulsa a better place to live for everyone.

Council Equality Indicators Initiative

In 2018, the City of Tulsa partnered with the Community Service Council to produce the first Equality Indicators report. This annual report uses data to measure equality as it relates to six themes: economic opportunity, education, housing, justice, public health, and services in Tulsa. Each theme is broken down into topics. The 2018 report was released to establish a statistical baseline for understanding inequity in Tulsa. The City is working to find collective solutions to items highlighted in the report. As a part of this collective process, the Council voted in March to hold Special Meetings related to the topics under the fourth theme: justice.

Goals First Adopted by the Tulsa City Council:

  1. Building trust between the residents of Tulsa and Law Enforcement.
  2. Improving transparency in city government especially as it pertains to justice.
  3. Providing an opportunity for community stakeholders to share their expertise and insight as to why the numbers exist as reported and make recommendations to improve outcomes.
  4. Ensuring that everyone knows the same statistical data and information, how it is reported and collected.
  5. Potentially leading to policy changes that will improve outcomes for Tulsans.

Four special meetings were scheduled to begin in the summer. For each meeting, the Council heard from and asked questions of panelists of experts and professionals from a variety of fields. Public input on questions and issues the Councilors should address to each panel were received from the public at the regular Wednesday Council meetings held a week prior to each of the special meetings.

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