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.
UPDATE: January 2017
Please read the November 2016 Initial Findings Report and continue to follow the 100 RC Program.
Mayor G.T. Bynum appointed DeVonn Douglass Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Tulsa for his Mayoral Administration.
Tulsa was selected to join 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) , a world-wide effort to help cities respond to chronic stresses and acute shocks. Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, 100RC aims to help cities become more resilient to the physical, social, and economic challenges we face in the 21st century.
The City of Tulsa and 100RC staff are conducting a citywide online survey to identify and prioritize Tulsa's shocks and stresses.
You can participate! All citizens living within a 60 mile radius of downtown Tulsa are encouraged to take the online survey through midnight, August 23, 2016. You may also submit a statement on this forum to share your personal views on resilience.
For more interaction with fellow citizens, register for one of 8 free roundtable sessions between July 21 and August 23. Space is limited, so please register in advance; schedules and details can be found at this registration link.
What's next? Once the survey phase is complete, the 100RC team will develop a plan to serve as a road map for a more resilient Tulsa.
For more information, visit Tulsa 100RC Initiative.
Outcome: Statements shared with Tulsa's Chief Resilience Officer
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