Click this link to optimize FeedbackTulsa for screen readers Skip to Content
Feedback Tulsa Logo Powered by PLANiTULSA

As part of a site selection criteria survey and community needs assessment, we are asking for input on what types of redevelopment and priorities are important to the success of the Route 66 Corridor.

14 registered responses


Rank the potential of various project sizes to benefit the development of the Route 66 Corridor, from most to least important.

Average priorities over 14 responses
  1. Example of a 6.6 acre site

    i.e. large plazas, museums, shopping centers

    Medium (2-10 acres)
  2. ​​​​​example of a .86 acre site

    small-scale shops, homes, plazas

    Small (0-2 acres)
  3. Example of a 40 acre site

    i.e. regional hospitals, large arenas, central parks

    Large (10+ acres)

Rank the importance of all three transportation amenities to the successful redevelopment of the Route 66 Corridor.

Average priorities over 14 responses
  1. A Tulsan bike lane

    Bike/Pedestrian
  2. Tulsa Transit

    Public Transit
  3. A light rail car

    Rail/Distribution

Rank the importance of all three access and visibility types to the successful redevelopment of the Route 66 Corridor.

Average priorities over 14 responses
  1. Corner entrances

    On Corner
  2. An arterial-facing set of entrances

    Fronts Arterial
  3. Collector-street retail

    Fronts Collector

In which order would you would address the redevelopment of current land use types?

Average priorities over 14 responses
  1. A vacant strip mall

    Vacant
  2. Commercial land use

    Commercial
  3. An example of industrial reuse

    Industrial

In which order would you address various site condition types along the Route 66 Corridor?

Average priorities over 14 responses
  1. Abandoned land uses

    Abandoned
  2. A vacant land use

    Vacant
  3. Underutilized land uses

    Underutilized

I believe ______________ reuse projects have the most potential to ensure the success of the Route 66 Corridor.

Response Percent Response Count
announced/existing 50.0% 7
unannounced/hypothetical 50.0% 7

Rank what types of development are most important to the success of the corridor.

What specific retail/commercial uses would you like to see?

Answered
13
Skipped
1

What specific housing uses would you like to see?

Answered
12
Skipped
2

What specific education uses would you like to see?

Answered
9
Skipped
5

What specific healthcare uses would you like to see?

Answered
10
Skipped
4

What specific sports and recreation uses would you like to see?

Answered
10
Skipped
4

What specific entertainment uses would you like to see?

Answered
11
Skipped
3

What specific cultural uses would you like to see?

Answered
9
Skipped
5

What specific community facilities would you like to see?

Answered
8
Skipped
6

What specific business/industrial uses would help the area?

Answered
5
Skipped
9

What specific transportation facilities would help the area?

Answered
8
Skipped
6
Thomas Costner inside District 4
October 7, 2019, 8:43 PM
  • Rank the potential of various project sizes to benefit the development of the Route 66 Corridor, from most to least important.
    1. Example of a 6.6 acre site

      i.e. large plazas, museums, shopping centers

      Medium (2-10 acres)
    2. ​​​​​example of a .86 acre site

      small-scale shops, homes, plazas

      Small (0-2 acres)
    3. Example of a 40 acre site

      i.e. regional hospitals, large arenas, central parks

      Large (10+ acres)
  • Rank the importance of all three transportation amenities to the successful redevelopment of the Route 66 Corridor.
    1. A Tulsan bike lane

      Bike/Pedestrian
    2. A light rail car

      Rail/Distribution
    3. Tulsa Transit

      Public Transit
  • Rank the importance of all three access and visibility types to the successful redevelopment of the Route 66 Corridor.
    1. Corner entrances

      On Corner
    2. An arterial-facing set of entrances

      Fronts Arterial
    3. Collector-street retail

      Fronts Collector
  • In which order would you would address the redevelopment of current land use types?
    1. A vacant strip mall

      Vacant
    2. Commercial land use

      Commercial
    3. An example of industrial reuse

      Industrial
  • In which order would you address various site condition types along the Route 66 Corridor?
    1. Abandoned land uses

      Abandoned
    2. A vacant land use

      Vacant
    3. Underutilized land uses

      Underutilized
  • I believe ______________ reuse projects have the most potential to ensure the success of the Route 66 Corridor.
    • unannounced/hypothetical
  • Rank what types of development are most important to the success of the corridor.
    1. Retail/Commercial
    2. Entertainment
    3. Cultural
    4. Housing
    5. Transportation Facilities
    6. Community Facilities
    7. Sports & Recreation
    8. Education
    9. Healthcare
    10. Business/Industrial
  • What specific retail/commercial uses would you like to see?
    • Gift and Souvenir related to Route 66 and Tulsa
    • Food
  • What specific housing uses would you like to see?
    • Affordable
  • What specific education uses would you like to see?
    No response.
  • What specific healthcare uses would you like to see?
    No response.
  • What specific sports and recreation uses would you like to see?
    No response.
  • What specific entertainment uses would you like to see?
    • Museums
  • What specific cultural uses would you like to see?
    • Historic and Fun
  • What specific community facilities would you like to see?
    No response.
  • What specific business/industrial uses would help the area?
    No response.
  • What specific transportation facilities would help the area?
    No response.
FeedbackTulsa is not a certified voting system or ballot box. As with any public comment process, participation in FeedbackTulsa is voluntary. The responses in this record are not necessarily representative of the whole population, nor do they reflect the opinions of any government agency or elected officials.

Your answers will NOT be saved

This is the form that was used to collect responses. It's here so you can try it and see how it worked when the topic was open.

The topic is now closed, and anything you enter into this form will not be saved.

Sign in and be yourself

Sign in and let others know who you are and what you think. You can sign in now or after you submit your response. You'll be able to read your response on this website and change it if you change your mind.

Read more about privacy >
* required

Be anonymous

Even though your response will be shared with staff, it won’t be shown on this public website so other community members won’t have the opportunity to see it.

Concerned about sharing your contact information with OpenGov?

Read more about privacy >

Read more about privacy >

FeedbackTulsa has two participation channels:

  • The Registered Channel: Sign in before or just after you submit your response. Either way, Community Feedback will show your response on this website.
  • The Unregistered Channel: Don't sign in and remain anonymous. Community Feedback will just share your response with Tulsa staff.

Note: The first time you sign in, you'll need to register (establish an account on FeedbackTulsa). Registration is free.

The City of Tulsa has contracted with Community Feedback to monitor responses shown on this website.

  • To prevent any single user from dominating the forum, the City of Tulsa restricts the number of responses any one user can post on selected topics. Registration helps Community Feedback enforce this restriction.
  • Users, staff and government leaders often want to know the neighborhood from which a response is posted. Community Feedback uses registration to show the neighborhood next to each response (not the address).
  • If a user posts a response that does not meet the City of Tulsa guidelines for civility, Community Feedback uses the user's email address to invite the user to resolve the issue.

Community Feedback will get your contact information. The company is under contract with the City of Tulsa to hold it in strict confidence per their privacy policy.

  • Since you'll see your own response on FeedbackTulsa, you'll be able to confirm that your response was posted as you intended.
  • You'll be able to change and/or delete your response as long as the topic is open.

Yes. Sign out, then set your privacy preference to be "No - just show it without my name to staff". You won't need to register.

While no authentication procedure can perfectly detect every fraudulent registration, Community Feedback is able to secure the registered channel against systematic fraud: cases where users submit enough statements with fraudulent registrations to sway the overall interpretation of the feedback.

Community Feedback is unable to secure the unregistered channel against systematic fraud, because unregistered users are anonymous.

Neither the registered nor the unregistered channel represent a certified voting system or ballot box - and that caveat is footnoted on every page of feedback. Instead, both are additional channels for feedback to government.

Users can participate on the registered channel (by signing in) or on the unregistered channel (by remaining anonymous). The City of Tulsa offers both channels in order to broaden participation and maximize decision makers' insights.

The registered channel enables users to assure decision makers that their feedback comes from a real person in a specific neighborhood. It also enables users to participate in a public discussion on the website, as well as manage their own response after posting it.

The unregistered channel is for users who want to provide quick feedback without registering, and/or whose privacy concerns would prevent them from participating if required to register. Because many users with valuable insights will only share them anonymously, this channel gives decision makers the option to consider those insights in their deliberations.

OpenGov is a non-partisan company whose mission is to broaden civic engagement and build public trust in government. The City of Tulsa has contracted with OpenGov to administer FeedbackTulsa.

The next six questions ask you to prioritize what types of redevelopment projects could be most beneficial to the revitalization of the Route 66 Corridor.


Item Up Down Remove
Item Up Down Remove
Example of a 6.6 acre site

i.e. large plazas, museums, shopping centers

​​​​​example of a .86 acre site

small-scale shops, homes, plazas

Example of a 40 acre site

i.e. regional hospitals, large arenas, central parks


Item Up Down Remove
Item Up Down Remove
A Tulsan bike lane

A light rail car

Tulsa Transit


Item Up Down Remove
Item Up Down Remove
Collector-street retail

Corner entrances

An arterial-facing set of entrances


Item Up Down Remove
Item Up Down Remove
An example of industrial reuse

A vacant strip mall

Commercial land use


Item Up Down Remove
Item Up Down Remove
Abandoned land uses

Underutilized land uses

A vacant land use


Check out our guidelines for civility
Back to Intro  
  Page 1 of 2