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Tulsa County Parks


 

Tulsa County Parks

All Tulsa County Parks projects included in Vision 2025 were developed from citizen requests for improvements and upgrades to existing facilities. Leisure and recreational facilities, programs and activities are a vital part of a growing community seeking to enrich the lives of its citizens. The 12.7 million allotted provides many park improvements from additional land acquisition around O'Brien Park, to upgrades of lighting, electrical and water systems, to new accessible restrooms and a new community center for the Jenks / Glenpool area.

We look at all our parks as regional facilities that draw people from all over the county, state and nation. While Tulsa County Parks did not receive funding for every project proposed, we were pleased the Vision 2025 Leadership Committee selected the projects they did.

Recreation and leisure activities are a growing part of our culture and Tulsa County is the only county in the State of Oklahoma that maintains a park system. Tulsa County Parks and other leisure facilities are enjoying increasing demand from area residents and visitors. With Vision 2025 the goal is to provide and prepare not just for today, but for generations to come.

Project: County Commission District #1
Status: Master Plan beginning development.
Maximum Allocation: $2,216,500
Project Description: :

Funds are provided to construct the following improvements to O'Brien Park located at 6149 N. Lewis; a new ADA accessible restroom/concession building for the youth baseball complex located in the park, a golf driving range, indoor batting cage building, a Bermuda grass green Pitch & Put nine-hole golf course, and the required support buildings. Upgrade of the parks existing water and electrical, and lighting systems, environmental remediation, upgrade of park entrance features, additional adjacent land purchases.

Contract has recently been signed with Architect Howell Vancuren.

Project: County Commission District #2
Status: Master Plan is under development.
Maximum Allocation: $3,950,000
Project Description: :

Vision 2025 funds are provided to purchase land and develop a new Glenpool/Jenks Corridor Community Center. The location of the facility has recently been selected at approximately 137th Street South and the west side of Peoria Avenue. Roughly sixteen acres will be utilized for the Center. Colleman-Johnson-Clyma was recently selected as architect for the project.

Project: County Commission District #3
Status: Larry Edmondson & Associates selected as architect for LaFortune project. Master Plan proposal under development.
Maximum Allocation: $6,593,000
Project Description: :

Vision 2025 fund are provided to renovate the existing Par 3 golf course at LaFortune Park located at the south east corner of 51st & S. Yale, construct 3 new picnic shelters in the picnic area of the park about 5700 S. Yale, develop and construct facilities identified in the existing master plan for the property know as the Gardens of LaFortune at 51st and S. Hudson. Construct a recreation facility to include a new tennis center at the existing tennis center location about 5300 S. Hudson. Allocation: $4,633,000.

Install additional playground equipment at Haikey Creek Park 11301 S. Garnett, and build a community center. Allocation: $1,960,000

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