From city size to civic issues, OKC and Houston have much in common.
MAPS 3 projects, related development and Chamber-member arts venues were cited as catalysts for OKC's inclusion. "Oklahoma City is officially hitting its stride as an arts and culture destination."
If you live in Oklahoma City, today is your chance to support the most comprehensive MAPS package to date by voting YES at the polls in support of MAPS 4.
As 2019 winds down, itís always a good idea to reflect on the past year before launching into all that awaits the Oklahoma City metro in 2020.
The Chesapeake Energy Arena is one of several venues that are big drivers in the cityís tourism industry. Other important venues are the Jim Norick Arena at the OKC Fairgrounds and USA Softball Championship Stadium.
This MAPS 4 package of projects is the right combination of what is needed to keep OKC moving forward.
Early voting begins today, Dec 5, and continues on Friday, Dec. 6, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the county election board office in the county where you are registered to vote.
Many of the projects included in the MAPS 4 proposal deal with human needs, health and quality of life.