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Cop Talk: A Virtual District 2 Town Hall

Email your public safety questions to Councilor Jeannie Cue at dist2@tulascouncil.org and she will ask them to Tulsa Police Major Luther Breashears, Commander of the Riverside Division, at a virtual town hall. Read More

Council Approves Recommendation to the Mayor on Black Lives Matter Street Painting

The Tulsa City Council voted 8-1 at its Sept. 2 regular meeting at 5 p.m. to approve the following recommendation to the Mayor regarding the North Greenwood Avenue and East Archer street painting. Read More

Five Proposed Charter Amendments Approved by Voters on August 25

On May 20, the Mayor and Tulsa City Council unanimously approved sending five proposed amendments to the City Charter to the public for a vote. The proposed amendments were approved by voters on August 25. Read More

Face Covering Ordinance Approved

The Tulsa City Council voted 7-2 to approve a face covering ordinance on July 15. The ordinance requires people to wear face coverings in public, with some exceptions, effective July 16 at 9 a.m.

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Vision Arts Program Awards

The City of Tulsa, Tulsa City Council and the Tulsa Arts Commission are pleased to announce the selected Vision Arts Resiliency and Recovery grantees. The program provides $300,000 in grants to local nonprofit arts, humanities and cultural organizations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Tulsa City Council Approves FY 2020-2021 Budget

On June 17, The Tulsa City Council unanimously approved the City of Tulsa Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget based on the COVID-19 impact. Read More

Virtual Meetings

More information about Tulsa City Council virtual meetings.

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Council to Hold Meetings via Videoconference

The Tulsa City Council, in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and in the interest of public safety, will hold its meetings via videoconference this week. Read More

Council Passes Short-Term Rental Ordinance

The Tulsa City Council passed an ordinance at its March 11 meeting requiring short-term rental operators to obtain a license from the City of Tulsa. Read More

Clean and Clear in the New Year

District 3 Tulsa City Councilor Crista Patrick kicked off 2020 with the “Clear and Clear in the New Year” anti-graffiti campaign. Read More

Mayor's Presentation to the Council - Sept. 25

Summary of five items Mayor G.T. Bynum presented to the City Council on Sept. 25 that focus on community policing and community outreach. Read More

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