OKC City Hall Notes, parking

OKC Council update – neighborhoods receiving new money

Neighborhood development in core areas of the metro received more attention in the Oklahoma City Council's first meeting of 2018. Adventure District After a year of...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

OKC Council update – Parking plan for convention center draws questions

The last big pieces of Oklahoma City’s new Core to Shore project are parking facilities to serve Scissortail Park, the new convention center and...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

OKC council update – Small biz, community policing, high-tech parking meters

Strengthening small business beyond downtown, community policing and a new on-street parking system were among actions taken by the Oklahoma City Council Tuesday. First Loan The...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

Traffic-calming plan for residential streets moves forward, but who will pay?

There may be a more substantial answer to speeders terrorizing residential streets by the end of December, but only if each neighborhood can afford...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

Streetcar update – First car, first loop nearing completion

The first streetcar is scheduled for delivery in January and the first loop for the streetcar system is scheduled for March 2018 if plans...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

OKC Council modifies panhandling ord, prepares to end color events

Also hears reports about Streetcar and Draper Lake Trails progress The City of Oklahoma City Council voted unanimously to modify the controversial panhandling ordinance passed...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

Innovation District gets green light for further dev

Over the next 21 days planners will be submitting big ideas about what to do next in the Innovation District east of downtown. The district...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

Alcohol to be served at new Lifetime Fitness Center

Once a massive new Lifetime Fitness Center is complete on the northwest side of Quail Springs Mall you will be able to drink alcohol...
OKC City Hall Notes, parking

Council vote allows Okla City Clinic to move to NE side

The Oklahoma City Council voted Tuesday to provide $1.3 million in up-front funding to help start one of the first new developments along NE...

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