If you saw Kings of Leon for free at Scissortail Park’s grand opening or you’ve taken a ride down the Bricktown Canal, then you’ve experienced at least two MAPS projects.
Do you want to be cool? Then, you should make sure you’re registered to vote by Nov. 15. That is the last day you can register to vote if you want to cast your ballot in the MAPS election, being held Dec. 10.
With the holidays approaching, you might be in the search for small-talk topics. We have one that will wet your whistle.
In less than a month, OKC residents will go to the polls to vote on MAPS 4.
The City Council is using Better Streets, Safer City funds to pay for hiring 129 additional police officers, and hiring 57 more firefighters to staff two additional fire stations as well as bring an idled fire engine back into service.
New 30-second TV spots will help highlight just some of the reasons why now is the best time ever to live in Oklahoma City.
November's Chamber Forum will be about how MAPS 4 will impact OKC's neighborhoods.