Mayor David Holt and the Oklahoma City Council approved an ambitious and unique MAPS 4 package for voters to consider in a special election on Dec. 10.
The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is pleased to see the inclusive MAPS 4 projects list that will be considered by the city council for a public vote. Greater Oklahoma City Chamber President and CEO Roy Williams said the package of projects is the right combination of what the city needs to keep moving forward.
Leaders from the Homeless Alliance, City Care, The Curbside Chronicle and The Alliance for Economic Development discussed homelessness and its causes at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's July Forum.
The process for identifying which projects will make the cut for the next MAPS initiative, expected to be decided by Oklahoma City voters this December, is well underway.
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.