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How do you get news and information about what is happening in the City of Tulsa? How can the City better communicate with you?

44 registered responses


How frequently do you seek information about the City of Tulsa?

Response Percent Response Count
Once daily 25.0% 11
Multiple times daily 11.4% 5
Weekends only 2.3% 1
As needed 52.3% 23
Other 9.1% 4

How do you get City of Tulsa information? (check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
City of Tulsa website www.cityoftulsa.org 65.9% 29
TGOV: TGOVonline.org or Cable Channel 24 9.1% 4
City Council meetings 18.2% 8
Commission meetings 6.8% 3
311 Customer Care Center via phone or web self-serve tulsa311.com 11.4% 5
Tulsa World - print or online 70.5% 31
Local broadcast television 56.8% 25
Local radio 50.0% 22
Departmental newsletters from WIN, Planning & Development, Parks, Streets & Stormwater 13.6% 6
Utility bill stuffer 20.5% 9
Town Hall meetings and/or capital projects meetings (in person) 18.2% 8
Personal interaction with City staff at events or facilities 6.8% 3
FeedbackTulsa 13.6% 6
Facebook: City of Tulsa Gov or https://www.facebook.com/cityoftulsa/ 43.2% 19
Twitter @cityoftulsagov or https://twitter.com/cityoftulsagov 18.2% 8
YouTube 4.5% 2
Instagram 6.8% 3
LinkedIn 6.8% 3
Other 13.6% 6

Do you use or subscribe to any of these news sources for City information? (check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
Tulsa World 65.1% 28
Tulsa Frontier 27.9% 12
Journal Record 7.0% 3
Oklahoma Eagle 4.7% 2
Channel 2 KJRH 32.6% 14
Channel 6 KOTV 62.8% 27
Channel 8 KTUL 32.6% 14
FOX23 34.9% 15
KWGS Public Radio FM89.5 41.9% 18
KRMG Radio AM740 11.6% 5
KFAQ Radio AM1170 2.3% 1
Other 4.7% 2

What social media platforms do you use, generally? (check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
I don't use social media 4.7% 2
Facebook 76.7% 33
Twitter 39.5% 17
LinkedIn 44.2% 19
Nextdoor 32.6% 14
Instagram 39.5% 17
Snapchat 23.3% 10
Google+ 16.3% 7
Flickr 2.3% 1
YouTube 41.9% 18
Other 7.0% 3

Prioritize these communications methods in order of importance. (click/drag/drop)

Average priorities over 44 responses
  1. www.cityoftulsa.org

    City of Tulsa website www.cityoftulsa.org
  2. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

    Social media
  3. Tusla World, Tulsa Frontier, Okalhoma Eagle (print or online) 

    Local newspapers
  4. City Council, Commissions, town halls, captial projects meetings, personal interaction with staff

    In-person meetings
    • WIN
    • Planning & Development
    • Parks
    • Streets & Stormwater
    Departmental newsletters
  5. Mailed to your home or business

    Utility bill stuffer
  6. Online forum www.FeedbackTulsa.org

    FeedbackTulsa
  7. Call Customer Care Center 311 or tulsa311.com

    Call 311 or web self-serve tulsa311.com
  8. Local government access - archived and live meetings

    TGOVonline.org or Cable Channel 24
  9. Tell us other methods you use

    Other

What topics or topic categories would you like to discuss on FeedbackTulsa?

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February 7, 2019, 6:37 AM
  • How frequently do you seek information about the City of Tulsa?
    • As needed
  • How do you get City of Tulsa information? (check all that apply)
    • City of Tulsa website www.cityoftulsa.org
    • Local broadcast television
    • Utility bill stuffer
  • Do you use or subscribe to any of these news sources for City information? (check all that apply)
    • Channel 6 KOTV
  • What social media platforms do you use, generally? (check all that apply)
    • Nextdoor
  • Prioritize these communications methods in order of importance. (click/drag/drop)
    1. Mailed to your home or business

      Utility bill stuffer
    2. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

      Social media
    3. www.cityoftulsa.org

      City of Tulsa website www.cityoftulsa.org
  • What topics or topic categories would you like to discuss on FeedbackTulsa?

    Saving Tulsa History

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Tell us other methods you use

City Council, Commissions, town halls, captial projects meetings, personal interaction with staff

Tusla World, Tulsa Frontier, Okalhoma Eagle (print or online) 

Local government access - archived and live meetings

  • WIN
  • Planning & Development
  • Parks
  • Streets & Stormwater

Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Call Customer Care Center 311 or tulsa311.com

www.cityoftulsa.org

Online forum www.FeedbackTulsa.org

Mailed to your home or business



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