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Landscape Ordinance Open House on March 21

The Tulsa Planning Office invites the public to provide input on proposed changes to the landscaping chapter of Tulsa’s zoning code during a community event next Thursday, March 21, 2019, 4-6 p.m. in the Central Center at Centennial Park, 1028 E. 6th St.

A draft of the proposed changes, along with illustrations, will be available at the event and online. After public comments from this meeting are considered, a finalized draft will head to the Planning Commission and then to Tulsa City Council for adoption.

All comments, suggestions, and questions are welcome. For more information, contact Dwayne Wilkerson with the Tulsa Planning Office at dwilkerson@incog.org or 918.579.9475. The draft of the landscape chapter update can be found below:

Landscape Ordinance Final Draft
Landscape Ordinance Illustrations
Survey

 

 

Short-Term Rentals, Zoning Code Amendments

The TMAPC public hearing for proposed regulations on short-term rentals and associated amendments to the City of Tulsa Zoning Code is scheduled for March 20, 2019, 1:30pm at 175 East 2nd Street, 2nd Level.  Please contact Nathan Foster at nfoster@incog.org or 918.579.9481 if you have any questions.

View the proposed amendments by clicking here.  

 

City of Tulsa
Voluntary opt-in Mixed-use (MX) rezoning incentive program

On August 29, 2018, the City Council initiated a voluntary opt-in MX rezoning incentive program along the Peoria Avenue BRT route.  (link for Mixed-use zoning information.)  This program is available to owners of properties located within ½ mile radius of identified enhanced BRT stations that are recommended for MX zoning (link to maps) in the Framework with no application fee. Typically MX rezoning application fees average around $2,000. 

Please call 918.584.7526 or esubmit@incog.org if you have any questions.

 

Merger Ushers In New Era for Planning In Tulsa

In January, the City of Tulsa’s and INCOG’s Planning Departments merged, creating the new Tulsa Planning Office, housed at INCOG. The unification of the two departments was announced in October by Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum, who sought to provide better service to the public, streamline planning efforts, and create efficiencies while elevating the role that planning plays in Tulsa’s development.

The INCOG Board of Directors officially approved the agreement in December, and crews completed an extensive build-out in January to accommodate the 12 new employees. Susan Miller, AICP, who has led INCOG’s planning efforts since 2012, heads the combined department.

With the move also came a new, program-based structure. The Current Planning division will continue to oversee cases that come before the Planning Commission and City & County Boards of Adjustment, and now will include staffing for the Tulsa Preservation Commission. The Long-Range division includes teams focused on updating the City’s Comprehensive Plan, implementing and tracking existing plans, and developing strategic plans for smaller areas. The department also includes the City’s new Destination Districts program, which seeks to revitalize commercial districts across Tulsa.

For more information, contact Susan Miller, AICP, Director of the Tulsa Planning Office, at smiller@incog.org or 918.579.9470.

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

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