Tulsa Preservation Blog

News, announcements, links, thoughts and musings from TPC Staff.

COA Subcommittee Meeting Cancellations

Posted by Amanda DeCort on April 21, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

COA Subcommittee Meetings are cancelled for Thursday, May 7th at 11:00 AM and Thursday, June 4th at 11:00 AM. Please contact Kristin at kpack@cityoftulsa.org for further options or to schedule a COA Subcommittee Special Meeting for a different day.

Oklahoma City Wood Window Workshop!!!

Posted by Amanda DeCort on April 16, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

The Window Workshop hosted by the Tulsa Preservation Commission and Tulsa Foundation for Architecture is sold out!

Didn’t get to register? Don’t worry! Oklahoma City Preservation Commission is hosting a Wood Window Repair Workshop on May 15th and two day workshop on May 16-17th, taught by Bob Yapp! There are a few spots left! Please contact Katie Friddle at Kathryn.friddle@okc.gov for more information.

Participants are required to bring protective eye wear and a two-filter, half-face respirator with lead paint cartridges (purple filters). These can be obtained from a paint or hardware store, or purchased as part of the registration. Participants should be prepared for a full day’s work (8-5) and expect to get dirty.

May 15 Fees: $15 for participants/$5 for observers
May 16-17 Fees: $30 for participants/$10 for observers

If you interested in any workshops hosted by Tulsa Preservation Commission, please contact info@tulsapreservationcommission.org

May Workshops! hosted by the State Historic Preservation Office

Posted by Amanda DeCort on April 15, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

OHS The Oklahoma Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office is pleased to announce its May Workshop Series in TULSA! The sessions will be held May 6-9 on the third floor of City Hall. The workshops are FREE and anyone can attend, but you need to register by Wednesday April 29th.

Workshops will cover the Section 106 process, National Register of Historic Places, Federal and State Tax Incentives, and Rehabilitation! For architects, landscape architects, and interior designer who attend, you can receive continuing education credit!

For more information about classes: May Workshop Program
To register for the workshop: Register Now!

Route 66 - A String of Pearls! Event

Posted by Amanda DeCort on April 6, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

Route 66 String of Pearls

The Urban Design Studio at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa would like invite you to "Route 66, a string of pearls- An exhibit for the future of Tulsa’s Route 66"

When: April 9th 6pm-8:30pm
Where: The Numbered Car Co., 1132 S. Lewis Ave
How much: FREE!


Zoning Code Update: Public Review Draft Available

Posted by Amanda DeCort on February 18, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

We want your feedback! The Public Review Draft for the City of Tulsa Zoning Code is available now. Visit PLANitULSA to download a copy and find out how you can participate in the next phase of the drafting process.

Click on for a copy of the update.

Want to make a comment? Join the discussion at Feedback Tulsa!

Apply for the Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program Cost Share Grant!!!

Posted by Amanda DeCort on January 27, 2015    |  Link to this Entry  |  Email this Entry

Route 66

The National Park Service, Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program is dedicated to preserving the diverse history of U.S. Highway 66. The program provides financial assistance in the form of competitive cost-share grants for the preservation of the most significant and representative building, structures, road segments, and cultural landscapes along the length of the Route 66 corridor. Cost-share grants are also available for planning, research, and educational initiatives related to the preservation of Route 66!

Click on Route 66 flyer for more information.

Visit Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program for the application.