Our mission is to provide unbiased advice to the Tulsa City Council and the Tulsa County Board of Commissioners
on development and zoning matters, to provide a public forum
that fosters public participation and transparency in land development and planning, to adopt and maintain a comprehensive plan for the metropolitan area, and to provide
other planning, zoning, and land division services that promote the harmonious
development of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area and enhance and preserve
the quality of life for the region’s current and future residents.
City of Tulsa draft Zoning Code
is Open for Public Review
The City of Tulsa is currently updating the zoning code and seeking public input. Public meetings will be held in which City of Tulsa Planning staff and INCOG/TMAPC staff will present the zoning code, answer questions, and gather public input. Please visit http://zoningcode.planittulsa.org to download the document and learn of public meetings as they are scheduled. An online forum provides an additional opportunity to participate in the public review process, found at http://www.feedbacktulsa.org
Tulsa's Zoning Code, adopted in 1970, is out-of-date and does not provide development regulations that are in line with those expressed by thousands of Tulsans in the 2010 Comprehensive Plan update - PLANiTULSA. As a result of that planning proces, citizens said they wanted modern building options for living and working, more walkable shopping areas nearer home and new ways to move around the city. An updated zoning code will make this type of growth easy to build. It will provide new clarity and predictability for both residents and builders. Click here to view video: http://youtu.be/wLc7UH0KDkw
At the final stage of the public review process, the TMAPC will hold public hearings to review the final draft of the zoning code and forward a recommendation to the City Council. Please contact Susan Miller at 918.579.9470 or email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the TMAPC or zoning code process.
City of Tulsa Development Services Contacts
City of Tulsa Board of Adjustment
Tulsa County Board of Adjustment
Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG)