Oklahoma City residents continue to be more satisfied with their community than most Americans who live in big cities.
The focus in Oklahoma County on reducing incarceration and improving processes in our justice system continues to attract attention from across the country.
The Oklahoma County Criminal Justice Advisory Council is a key component of enacting smart, safe criminal justice reforms in the area.
The National Network of Criminal Justice Coordinating Councils approved membership for our local Chamber-formed group after an application process, allowing representatives to attend the NNCJCC annual meeting in Salt Lake City.
You can download a voter registration form at ok.gov/elections. Read on for more registration options, a list of candidates and more information about the seat.
“If you’re keeping people in jail, you’re not improving anything, especially if it’s because they can’t afford to pay and post bail.”
The Greater OKC metro area was well-represented among the biggest population gainers the U.S. Census’ annual analysis of population data estimates.
With voter-approved funding from sales tax collections, the City of Oklahoma City continues to invest in infrastructure and public projects throughout the community.