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What are your thoughts on the draft concepts and strategies for the Arena District Master Plan?

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Would you currently consider walking between the Arena District and the Central Business District?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 82.8% 24
No 17.2% 5

Would the improvements shown in the images above make you feel more comfortable walking around the Arena District?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 100.0% 29

Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.

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What other improvements or connections would enhance transit, bikability, and walkability in downtown?

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Would the mixed-use environment shown in the images above encourage you to spend more time in the Arena District?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 86.2% 25
No 13.8% 4

Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.

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Would these improvements encourage people to live in the Arena District?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 79.3% 23
No 20.7% 6

Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.

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It is important to concentrate initial investments in the core area (shown in the images above).

Response Percent Response Count
I agree with this statement. 58.6% 17
I somewhat agree with this statement. 34.5% 10
I do not agree with this statement. 6.9% 2

Please explain your response to the previous question.

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What public space improvements would you like to see happen in the Arena District?

Response Percent Response Count
Activated public space around the BOK Center 62.1% 18
Improved Civic Center Plaza 72.4% 21
New signature park 51.7% 15
Linear park streets 62.1% 18
Other 24.1% 7

What activities and/or spaces would draw people to the area?

Response Percent Response Count
Farmer's market 65.5% 19
Pop-up retail shops 65.5% 19
Public art and lighting displays 69.0% 20
Programming and event spaces 62.1% 18
Social spaces 58.6% 17
Activity areas and playgrounds 62.1% 18
Other 27.6% 8
Michael Barnett inside District 1
August 16, 2018, 7:01 PM
  • Would you currently consider walking between the Arena District and the Central Business District?
    • Yes
  • Would the improvements shown in the images above make you feel more comfortable walking around the Arena District?
    • Yes
  • Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.
    I need a map to show where to go, I am new To Tulsa
  • What other improvements or connections would enhance transit, bikability, and walkability in downtown?

    Signs saying where stores are in downtown.

  • Would the mixed-use environment shown in the images above encourage you to spend more time in the Arena District?
    • Yes
  • Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.
    I like to shop in down town.
  • Would these improvements encourage people to live in the Arena District?
    • Yes
  • Please explain why you answered "Yes" or "No" to the previous question.
    Yes. I need to know the city Districts better than I do , only here two years.
  • It is important to concentrate initial investments in the core area (shown in the images above).
    • I agree with this statement.
  • Please explain your response to the previous question.
    To help build thecity.
  • What public space improvements would you like to see happen in the Arena District?
    • New signature park
  • What activities and/or spaces would draw people to the area?
    • Pop-up retail shops
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Section 1: Streets and Connectivity

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