June 28, 2016

Engaged citizens providing public input are a critically important element of development in Oklahoma City. There are multiple ways in which citizens can get involved and provide feedback.

The city of Oklahoma City relies on more than 800 individuals who sit on approxim...

June 21, 2016

For many years there has been discussion, planning and progress toward the creation of a quiet zone along the Burlington-Northern Santa Fe rail line between NE Seventh Street and NE 16th Street in downtown Oklahoma City. In recent years the area of interest has expande...

June 16, 2016

Development is ongoing for many projects downtown. New towers are being added to the Oklahoma City skyline, housing and hotel amenities are increasing, and new space is coming to host major expos and events downtown.

The BOK Park Plaza building construction is underway...

June 7, 2016

Downtown Oklahoma City has become a hub of activity and entertainment, especially in the summer months.

Each year, more festivals and events are occurring downtown as Project 180 and other improvements continue to make the area pedestrian-friendly by providing more side...

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