Nine Tulsa neighborhood groups learned Wednesday morning they had selected as part of the cityâ€™s Vision 2025 Neighborhood Enhancement projects.
City officials say 141 proposals were submitted and after several months of consideration, 9 neighborhoods were awarded funding in phase 1 of the program. [see the list below]
In all, the city of Tulsa eventually plans to spend $2-million on the Vision 2025 Neighborhood Fund. The money will pay for things like clear and visible signage in residential areas, to neighborhood entranceways or gateways.
Phase 2 of the process is expected to start later this summer.
PHASE 1 PROJECTS...
1. Suburban Hills Enhancement Project [56th Street North and Cincinnati] $24,853
2. Tamarac 2025-Vision Becomes Reality [South 129th East Avenue at East 28th Place] $1,100
3. Burning Tree Beautification, Phase 1 [South 85th East Avenue and East 64th Street] $1,185
4. Southmont/Hidden Valley Beautification Project [South 61st Street and South Irvington-SW corner] $8,653
5. Parkvalley Redfork Project 2025 [West 41st and South 25th East Avenue] $22,278
6. Phase II Park Renovation [3607 S 90th East Avenue] $25,000
7. YWCA, Vining Acres and Neighborhood Residentsâ€™ Community Walking Trail [5424 North Madison Avenue] $25,000
8. Chamberlain Area Neighbors Improvement [East 49th Street North and North Cincinnati-east side and East 49th Street North and North Frankfort Avenue-west side] $25,000
9. 2025 Sungate â€“ City of Tulsa Park [East 56th Street and South 72nd East Avenue] $8,559