Between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018, Oklahoma City exceeded $15 million in total hotel room taxes for the first time in history, an increase over FY17 by 7.5 percent.
Since Nov. 9, 2000, Jim Couch has admirably served Oklahoma City as its city manager.
Did you ride one of the original Oklahoma City streetcars? The City of OKC wants to hear your story.
With the recent groundbreaking of the MAPS 3 downtown convention center, all of Oklahoma City’s MAPS 3 projects are either in progress or complete.
The two biggest questions around the streetcar are “What’s the status of the system?” and “How will all this work?” Read on for answers to those, and more.
With voter-approved funding from sales tax collections, the City of Oklahoma City continues to invest in infrastructure and public projects throughout the community.
Construction on the north portion of Scissortail Park is not quite at the halfway mark, but much visible progress is evident.
“Every time I go rafting or climb the Sky Trail, I’m reminded just how much pure fun it is.”