The City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD), and the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber launched a campaign today urging the community to follow public health guidelines regarding mask wearing during the coronavirus pandemic: MASK UP OKC - it’s for you, it’s for me, it’s for OKC.
The Crystal Bridge at Myriad Botanical Gardens is getting a new name and an updated look, featuring a complete renovation of the interior conservatory spaces. Construction is expected to be completed in the summer of 2022.
School districts across the metro are improving their learning environments. There are more buildings slated to open in spring 2021.
The Mask Up OKC campaign will feature local celebrities and opinion leaders.
Area school districts are using varying approaches to deliver student instruction during the pandemic.
New 'AudaCity' podcast: Mask Up OKC, supporting local biz, back to school, good news updates, the '90s, more
We’re back in person (albeit outside and safely distanced from one another)! We talk being back in the office, how much is too much when it comes to mask coordination, our Mask Up OKC campaign, supporting local businesses and some good experiences we’ve had at local shops lately, some good news blurbs you may have missed and more.
The Chamber is asking everyone in our community to join together and wear face coverings.
Oklahoma City is ranked ninth in places to start employment after graduation.