How can the community collaborate to help end long-term homelessness? Hear from the organizations and representatives working to address homelessness in OKC at July's Chamber Forum.
In order to vote in the July 9 election, Oklahoma City residents must register to vote or update your registration by June 14.
The Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT) has again earned the highest possible ratings from S&P Global Ratings (Standard & Poor’s) and Moody’s, two of the nation’s most respected financial rating agencies.
Councilman Greenwell recently took the time to sit down with VeloCity to talk a bit about his background, his experience on the Council, commuting via bike and bus, and his thoughts on OKC in general.
Since November 2017, the Oklahoma County CJAC has focused on implementing the six key reform recommendations made by the Vera Institute of Justice to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's task force on justice reform.
Navigating city hall when it comes to permitting and code can be intimidating to even the most seasoned developer or entrepreneurs in Oklahoma City. Enter Jane Ward, a 25-year-plus veteran of City Hall, as Oklahoma City’s development center liaison.
OKCPS District 6 will choose their next representative on Tuesday, April 2.
Another example of Oklahoma City investing in itself and building towards the future.