Mayor and City Council Kick-Off Citywide Food Drive


Mayor Dewey Bartlett, City Councilor Karen Gilbert and City Councilor David Patrick kicked-off the citywide food drive, Stock the Station, which will run through Dec. 31, 2014.

Citizens are encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items at any City of Tulsa fire station, police station, City-County library, City Hall or any city facility.

Items needed for the food drive include cereal, rice, pasta, canned fruits and vegetables, canned meats and peanut butter.

The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma can turn $1 into four meals. Citizens are also encouraged to make cash donations, which will be matched by the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

To donate, please visit and click the "Donate Now" button. Please remember to choose Stock the Station in the drop-down menu so funds can be earmarked for the citywide food drive.

River Task Force Seeks Civic Group Feedback


The Arkansas River Infrastructure Task Force has created an email address to receive ideas on river development from civic groups.

Groups such as Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, church groups, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, young professionals, active seniors and others are encouraged to provide their feedback on river development by emailing:

No idea is too big or too small. Comments may range from: river infrastructure needs and priorities, environmental and habitat concerns, or river development ideas.

Proposals received will periodically be posted online for the public to review.

Watch all the meetings of the Arkansa River Infrastructure Task Force on demand at


Upcoming Events


Wednesday, Dec. 24 - Thursday, Dec. 25:

  • City Observed Holiday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day


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