At Mohawk Park, Vision 2025 funds will add signage, shelters and soccer facilities. Improvements to the facility will include two new shelters with restrooms located at the east and west ends of the park, a lighted Mohawk Park sign, new picnic tables near Pielsticker Park, the replacement of picnic tables around the park, new toilets adjacent to the shelters, renovation of restrooms and new roofs for shelters. Soccer fields will be constructed in groups of four and integrated with the park in open spaces to preserve the existing wooded areas.
These improved facilities will allow more people to utilize Mohawk Park and are expected to add $2.1 million to the economy each year. Improvements to the park will both enhance the quality of life for area residents and serve as a tourist attraction for area visitors.
Project: Mohawk Park
Status: The City of Tulsa is studying to determine the potential project scope prior to selecting a design team.
Maximum Allocation: $6.4 Million
Project Description: :
Each year, approximately 52,000 rounds of golf are played at Mohawk, more than 534,000 people visit the Tulsa Zoo and approximately 42,000 people attend the Oxley Nature Center. This improved center of many interests on the city's north side is expected to add $2.1 million to the economy each year.
|Design Advisory Committee:
||Mohawk Park, Tom Warren, Mayor?s Office; Mary Collins, Tulsa Zoo Friends|
|Public Works Project Manager:
||Paul Zachary / Terry Ball|