Upcoming Events and Meetings


918 Day


The theme of this year's 918 Day is, "What makes Tulsa, Tulsa?" and there will be a variety of ways for Tulsans to get involved as we celebrate our city's diversity and growth!

The Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity (MORE) will host a free citywide Scavenger Hunt on Sept. 14 and Mayor G.T. Bynum will take a 24-hour Tour of Tulsa on Sept. 18.

Local organizations and businesses will be registering community events and 918 Day deals and discounts on the Resilient Tulsa website:


Tulsa Night Out


An alert neighborhood deters crime! The annual "Tulsa Night Out" event encourages neighbors to turn on their porch lights and get to know each other to create safer neighborhoods.

Plan a family-friendly party, picnic, cookout or other social gathering for your neighborhood. Then register your event with Tulsa Crime Stoppers so local police officers and firefighters can join you that evening and get to know residents.

This year's event is Wednesday, Sept. 18, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Register your neighborhood by emailing:

More event ideas are available here:


District 1 Town Hall


Join Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper for a D1 town hall Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Rudisill Library, 1520 N. Hartford Ave., for community news and updates from the Black Wall Street Chamber of Commerce and MTTA regarding changes to city bus routes.


District 6 Town Hall


Join Councilor Connie Dodson for a D6 Town Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 10, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Martin Regional Library, 2601 S Garnett Road. The special guest will be City of Tulsa Housing Policy Director Becky Gligo.


District 7 Town Hall


Join Councilor Lori Decter Wright for a D7 town hall on Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. at Volunteers of America HQ, 9605 E. 61st St., and hear from City of Tulsa staff from the Planning Office, Development Services and Working In Neighborhoods (WIN) departments about neighborhood issues such as grass, tree trimming, property maintenance, fences, etc. Come and share your questions and comments about neighborhood and city issues.

Special Meeting on Equality Indicator: Adult Arrests


The last of four special meetings on select topics from the City of Tulsa's 2018 and 2019 Equality Indicator Reports will be on Wednesday, September 25, in the Liddy Doenges Theatre in the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St.

The special meeting will cover the Report's findings regarding racial and gender disparities in police arrests of adults. The Council will hear from and ask questions of panelists of experts and community representatives.

This special meeting will take place no earlier than 5:30 p.m., after the conclusion of an abbreviated, regularly scheduled Council meeting at 5 p.m. at City Hall.


Proposed Ordinance Creating Office of the Independent Monitor


The Tulsa City Council has pulled from its September 11 agendas the proposed ordinance regarding "Oversight and Monitoring of Police Department" creating the Office of Independent Monitor and the Citizen Oversight Board.

Mayor G.T. Bynum is developing an alternative to the OIM and plans to present it to the Council on September 25.

Read the full letter from the Mayor to the Council here


Your Community Needs You!


Want to get involved and help better your neighborhood? The City of Tulsa has many resources that can help. Check out the map of registered Neighborhood Associations to see if your neighborhood is registered. Apartment Associations can also register with us. If you would like the form mailed to you, call our Neighborhood Liaisons at (918) 596-1292. If your neighborhood is not represented, consider taking the initiative yourself.

Benefits of being a registered association:

Plan a "Block Party" - Getting to know your neighbors not only increases your circle of friends but also increases the safety of your neighborhood. The City encourages associations to organize a Block Party and let us know! Block Party Registration

Volunteer - Serve your community by volunteering for a neighborhood cleanup or as a reading partner in your local school. Visit for more information.

Alert Neighbors - To learn more about the Alert Neighbors Program or to start one in your area, contact the Crime Prevention Network.

Code Violations - Need to report a code violation? Visit Neighborhood Investigations Online.

Social Services - If you are in need of resources or social services for yourself or someone that you know, and the City of Tulsa cannot provide those for you, please contact the 2-1-1 Tulsa Helpline at 2-1-1 or (918) 836-4357.



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