HP Zoning District Maps & Design Guidelines

On January 11, 2017, the Tulsa City Council approved the resolution adopting the revisions of the Unified Design Guidelines for the six Historic Preservation Overlay Districts.  The revisions became effective on February 22, 2017.  Below are Printable Versions of the Unified Design Guidelines – Residential Structures and the Unified Design Guidelines – Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Structures.

Unified Design Guidelines – Residential Structures

Unified Design Guidelines – Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Structures

As you review the guidelines, please refer to the section that is most appropriate for the type of project being considered—an addition to a residence, for example.  Please contact TPC Staff for any assistance with interpretation of the guidelines.  Note the site of the Council Oak Tree and Stickball Park are protected by an overlay with its own specific set of design guidelines.

Historic Preservation Overlay District Maps

Brady Heights District Map
Gillette District Map
North Maple Ridge District Map
Swan Lake District Map
Yorktown District Map
Elmwood District Map

On the maps, properties inside of the green lines lie within the boundaries of the historic district.

Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is responsible for maintaining the City of Tulsa’s zoning. Please contact INCOG with inquiries about zoning or for official verification that a property lies within an Historic Preservation Overlay District.