As part of the development of the City of Oklahoma City’s new comprehensive plan, planOKC, six workshops will be held next week throughout Oklahoma City to gain input from the public. With a population of about 600,000 expected to grow by 50% over the next four decades, planOKC is intended to plan for the future of Oklahoma City’s environment, communities, transportation and economy.

Already, planOKC has gathered public input through a series of online surveys as well as CrowdGauge, an interactive platform that enabled users to express how they would invest in the City of Oklahoma City’s future. Everyone is invited to these free, public workshops to share their ideas about planOKC and how the City of Oklahoma City can manage and sustain growth.

Monday, March 3rd

11:30AM to 1:30PM
Leadership Square, First Floor
211 North Robinson Avenue

4PM to 7PM
Metro Technology Centers, Springlake Campus
Business Conference Center
1900 Springlake Drive

Tuesday, March 4th

4PM to 7PM
OSU-OKC, Student Center
Third Floor
900 North Portland Avenue

Thursday, March 6th

4PM to 7PM
Oklahoma City Community College
Lobby Area
7777 South May Avenue

Saturday, March 8th

9:30AM to 11:30AM
Northwest Library, Room B
5600 NW 122nd Street

2PM to 5PM
Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads
7000 Crossroads Boulevard

All of these workshops are open to the public, free and require no registration.

For more information, you are encouraged to call (405)-297-2283 or email Additionally, you can visit the planOKC website, join the planOKC mailing list, follow planOKC on Twitter and like planOKC on Facebook.

Translate »

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This