Citizen Advisory Team
Citizen Advisory Teams serve as the "sounding boards" for small area plans. They represent residents (homeowners and tenants), business and residential property owners, and developers with interests in the plan area.
Citizen Advisory Team members were invited by their respective City Councilors.
West Highlands/Tulsa Hills
Advisory team members are expected to provide direct feedback to planning staff on data and issues, and in turn, are also expected to convey that information back to the groups they represent, to insure that as many citizens as possible are involved in the planning process.
All meetings of citizen advisory teams are open to the public, and all attendees will have the opportunity to participate in the discussions. Schedules, agendas and meeting notes will be posted at www.planitulsa.org/smallareaplans.
Citizen advisory teams are not considered to be boards, authorities or commissions of the City of Tulsa, thus their meetings are not subject to open meetings laws, and members will not formally vote on details of the plans.
Final small area plan drafts will be forwarded as proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan for consideration by the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (TMAPC). From that point forward, TMAPC's procedures for public meetings will be followed.
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