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.

Tulsa Metropolitan Area
Subdivision and Development Regulations update
scheduled for TMAPC public hearing

The City of Tulsa engaged a project work group consisting of industry professionals and subject matter experts led by Duncan Associates to complete an update to the existing subdivision regulations, now called the Subdivision and Development Regulations.  The project addresses the quality of physical development guided by the City's comprehensive plan (PLANiTULSA).

The TMAPC has held several work sessions to discuss the process and details of the proposed Subdivision and Development Regulations and related zoning code amendments. The initial public hearing drafts were presented at the December 6, 2017 TMAPC meeting.

At the meeting TMAPC voted to continue the public hearing and directed staff to meet with the Subdivision and Development Regulations work group to resolve outstanding issues. Revised drafts of the following documents have been prepared and will be presented at the February 7, 2017 TMAPC public hearing:

Tulsa Metropolitan Area Subdivision and Development Regulations link
City of Tulsa Zoning Code amendments link
Tulsa County Zoning Code amendment link

At the February 7 public hearing the TMAPC will consider adoption of the Subdivision and Development Regulations.  Also, at that hearing, the TMAPC will prepare its recommendations and submit the City of Tulsa Zoning Code amendments to the City Council and Mayor of the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma for consideration and possible approval and submit the Tulsa County Zoning Code amendments to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) for Tulsa County, Oklahoma for their consideration and possible approval.

Please contact Nathan Foster at 918.579.9481 or nfoster@incog.org or Travis Hulse at 918.576.5685 or thulse@cityoftulsa.org if you have any questions.







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