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PLANiTULSA tells the story about how Tulsa can change over the next 20 to 30 years. Mayor G. T. Bynum invites you to celebrate PLANiTULSA's accomplishments and let the City know what matters most to you.

29 registered responses


What is your age?

Response Percent Response Count
18 to 30 years 37.9% 11
31 to 50 years 37.9% 11
51 to 65 years 17.2% 5
Over 65 years 6.9% 2

I am best described as a ...

Response Percent Response Count
Full-time student 13.8% 4
Working professional 75.9% 22
Retired person 10.3% 3

Time living/working in the Tulsa area

Response Percent Response Count
All my life 24.1% 7
20+ years 27.6% 8
7 to 20 years 13.8% 4
0 to 7 years, since PLANiTULSA was adopted 31.0% 9
Returned to Tulsa after college, for a job change, or other reasons 3.4% 1

Familiarity with PLANiTULSA

Response Percent Response Count
Never heard of it 17.2% 5
Followed PLANiTULSA, but did not actively participate 41.4% 12
Actively participated in PLANiTULSA activities 20.7% 6
Somewhat familiar 20.7% 6

Interest in city planning and local government

Response Percent Response Count
Only in matters that directly affect me and my property/neighborhood 3.4% 1
More than before PLANiTULSA 13.8% 4
Medium 31.0% 9
High 48.3% 14
Other 3.4% 1

PLANiTULSA concepts I care about. (1=not important, 5=very important)

Downtown development including Brady District, Guthrie Green, Blue Dome
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.9% 2
2 6.9% 2
3 6.9% 2
4 10.3% 3
5 65.5% 19
Attractions & events for young families, professionals, and folks of all ages
Response Percent Response Count
2 6.9% 2
3 13.8% 4
4 31.0% 9
5 44.8% 13
Livelier restaurant and bar scene
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 13.8% 4
3 27.6% 8
4 31.0% 9
5 17.2% 5
Museums & the Arts
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 3.4% 1
3 20.7% 6
4 24.1% 7
5 48.3% 14
Festivals & events like Mayfest and Tulsa Tough
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.9% 2
3 20.7% 6
4 20.7% 6
5 48.3% 14
Street improvements
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 6.9% 2
3 3.4% 1
4 20.7% 6
5 65.5% 19
Transportation choices like Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
3 13.8% 4
4 20.7% 6
5 62.1% 18
Walkability & cycling options
Response Percent Response Count
1 6.9% 2
4 13.8% 4
5 79.3% 23
Riverfront improvements
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 3.4% 1
3 31.0% 9
4 27.6% 8
5 34.5% 10
Having a voice in local planning issues
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
3 20.7% 6
4 34.5% 10
5 41.4% 12
Small area plans in focused areas
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
3 20.7% 6
4 34.5% 10
5 41.4% 12
Housing choices
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
3 24.1% 7
4 31.0% 9
5 41.4% 12
Equity and opportunity for everyone
Response Percent Response Count
2 6.9% 2
3 13.8% 4
4 20.7% 6
5 58.6% 17
Environment and sustainability
Response Percent Response Count
2 3.4% 1
3 6.9% 2
4 24.1% 7
5 65.5% 19

The PLANiTULSA Progress Report identifies activities to focus on over the next the next 5 years. Click on each item for details. From this list, what are YOUR priorities? (click/drag/drop)

Average priorities over 29 responses
  1. Develop a public projects prioritization methodology, for better project coordination and to better deliver the full array of transportation options.  A Strategic Mobility Plan funded through Improve Our Tulsa will be a product of this task. 

    Coordinate Development Process, Transportation Planning, and Capital Improvement Program
  2. Proactively revitalize key areas of the City by continuing to restore vacant or underutilized properties and achieve desired outcomes. This task expands the Redevelopment Strategy of the original PLANiTULSA Strategic Plan.

    Create a Redevelopment Strategy
  3. Continue small area planning in targeted areas of the City, to address local issues and apply the Comprehensive Plan's broad, city-wide ideas to neighborhoods.

    Conduct Small Area Planning
  4. Assemble representatives of different departments and agencies like Engineering Services, Parks, Planning, INCOG, MTTA, and the Tulsa Regional Chamber to more effectively implement PLANiTULSA's long-range vision.  

    Create PLANiTULSA Implementation Team
  5. Link the Comprehensive Plan and Small Area Plans to the CIP to help prioritize infrastructure projects (including transportation services and utilities) for more efficient allocation of public resources.

    Connect Capital Improvement Program (CIP) the Support Comprehensive Plan Implementation
  6. Pursue housing initiatives identified in the Comprehensive Plan to ensure that all Tulsans have access to a diverse range of housing types, affordable for both renters and homeowners.  Housing options keep and attract residents who will live, work and shop within the City limits.

    Enhance Housing Choices
  7. Through guidelines and criteria, promote sustainable building practices to increase energy efficiency in development projects and protect the natural environment.  A Low Impact Development (LID) manual will be a product of this task.

    Develop Sustainability Toolkit
  8. Analyze retail markets to create strategies that generate more sales tax revenue that is essential for the City to provide basic services to Tulsa's citizens.  

    Launch Commercial Strategy
  9. Ensure that these regulations are aligned with the updated Zoning Code, effective 1/1/2016, and goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. The new regulations should encourage better connectivity and public amentiies in new neighborhoods and centers.

    Revise Subdivision Regulations

How are you most likely to participate in PLANiTULSA's implementation over the next several years? (1=not likely; 5=most likely)

Discussions on the FeedbackTulsa online forum
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 10.3% 3
3 13.8% 4
4 41.4% 12
5 31.0% 9
Online surveys
Response Percent Response Count
2 3.4% 1
3 6.9% 2
4 27.6% 8
5 62.1% 18
Public meetings and workshops
Response Percent Response Count
1 3.4% 1
2 3.4% 1
3 41.4% 12
4 27.6% 8
5 24.1% 7
Speaking at public hearings
Response Percent Response Count
1 20.7% 6
2 17.2% 5
3 31.0% 9
4 20.7% 6
5 10.3% 3
Likelihood of participation
Response Percent Response Count
2 3.4% 1
3 34.5% 10
4 37.9% 11
5 24.1% 7

How did you find out about this topic and survey?

Response Percent Response Count
Announcement from FeedbackTulsa 44.8% 13
City of Tulsa website 17.2% 5
City of Tulsa Facebook 6.9% 2
City of Tulsa Twitter 3.4% 1
Word of mouth / networking 17.2% 5
Other 17.2% 5

Please share your thoughts on the PLANiTULSA process, including ways to expand community engagement and participation.

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September 10, 2019, 10:11 AM
  • What is your age?
    • 18 to 30 years
  • I am best described as a ...
    • Working professional
  • Time living/working in the Tulsa area
    • 0 to 7 years, since PLANiTULSA was adopted
  • Familiarity with PLANiTULSA
    • Followed PLANiTULSA, but did not actively participate
  • Interest in city planning and local government
    • High
  • PLANiTULSA concepts I care about. (1=not important, 5=very important)
    • Downtown development including Brady District, Guthrie Green, Blue Dome - 5
    • Attractions & events for young families, professionals, and folks of all ages - 4
    • Livelier restaurant and bar scene - 5
    • Museums & the Arts - 3
    • Festivals & events like Mayfest and Tulsa Tough - 5
    • Street improvements - 5
    • Transportation choices like Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) - 4
    • Walkability & cycling options - 5
    • Riverfront improvements - 5
    • Having a voice in local planning issues - 5
    • Small area plans in focused areas - 5
    • Housing choices - 3
    • Equity and opportunity for everyone - 3
    • Environment and sustainability - 4
  • The PLANiTULSA Progress Report identifies activities to focus on over the next the next 5 years. Click on each item for details. From this list, what are YOUR priorities? (click/drag/drop)
    1. Continue small area planning in targeted areas of the City, to address local issues and apply the Comprehensive Plan's broad, city-wide ideas to neighborhoods.

      Conduct Small Area Planning
    2. Proactively revitalize key areas of the City by continuing to restore vacant or underutilized properties and achieve desired outcomes. This task expands the Redevelopment Strategy of the original PLANiTULSA Strategic Plan.

      Create a Redevelopment Strategy
    3. Through guidelines and criteria, promote sustainable building practices to increase energy efficiency in development projects and protect the natural environment.  A Low Impact Development (LID) manual will be a product of this task.

      Develop Sustainability Toolkit
    4. Pursue housing initiatives identified in the Comprehensive Plan to ensure that all Tulsans have access to a diverse range of housing types, affordable for both renters and homeowners.  Housing options keep and attract residents who will live, work and shop within the City limits.

      Enhance Housing Choices
    5. Analyze retail markets to create strategies that generate more sales tax revenue that is essential for the City to provide basic services to Tulsa's citizens.  

      Launch Commercial Strategy
    6. Ensure that these regulations are aligned with the updated Zoning Code, effective 1/1/2016, and goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. The new regulations should encourage better connectivity and public amentiies in new neighborhoods and centers.

      Revise Subdivision Regulations
  • How are you most likely to participate in PLANiTULSA's implementation over the next several years? (1=not likely; 5=most likely)
    • Discussions on the FeedbackTulsa online forum - 2
    • Online surveys - 5
    • Public meetings and workshops - 3
    • Speaking at public hearings - 3
    • Likelihood of participation - 3
  • How did you find out about this topic and survey?
    • Other - Googled "Tulsa City Plan"
  • Please share your thoughts on the PLANiTULSA process, including ways to expand community engagement and participation.

    I know it would be a lot of money, but Tulsa (if we want to move into the technology era like Gov. Stitt wants) needs a better, acessible, user-friendly website that is also mobile-friendly. Reach the younger generation through social media to encourage participation in online surveys,

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Downtown development including Brady District, Guthrie Green, Blue Dome
Attractions & events for young families, professionals, and folks of all ages
Livelier restaurant and bar scene
Museums & the Arts
Festivals & events like Mayfest and Tulsa Tough
Street improvements
Transportation choices like Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
Walkability & cycling options
Riverfront improvements
Having a voice in local planning issues
Small area plans in focused areas
Housing choices
Equity and opportunity for everyone
Environment and sustainability
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Proactively revitalize key areas of the City by continuing to restore vacant or underutilized properties and achieve desired outcomes. This task expands the Redevelopment Strategy of the original PLANiTULSA Strategic Plan.

Analyze retail markets to create strategies that generate more sales tax revenue that is essential for the City to provide basic services to Tulsa's citizens.  

Link the Comprehensive Plan and Small Area Plans to the CIP to help prioritize infrastructure projects (including transportation services and utilities) for more efficient allocation of public resources.

Ensure that these regulations are aligned with the updated Zoning Code, effective 1/1/2016, and goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan. The new regulations should encourage better connectivity and public amentiies in new neighborhoods and centers.

Assemble representatives of different departments and agencies like Engineering Services, Parks, Planning, INCOG, MTTA, and the Tulsa Regional Chamber to more effectively implement PLANiTULSA's long-range vision.  

Pursue housing initiatives identified in the Comprehensive Plan to ensure that all Tulsans have access to a diverse range of housing types, affordable for both renters and homeowners.  Housing options keep and attract residents who will live, work and shop within the City limits.

Develop a public projects prioritization methodology, for better project coordination and to better deliver the full array of transportation options.  A Strategic Mobility Plan funded through Improve Our Tulsa will be a product of this task. 

Through guidelines and criteria, promote sustainable building practices to increase energy efficiency in development projects and protect the natural environment.  A Low Impact Development (LID) manual will be a product of this task.

Continue small area planning in targeted areas of the City, to address local issues and apply the Comprehensive Plan's broad, city-wide ideas to neighborhoods.


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