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Tulsa Vision 2025 neighborhood projects announced

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Nine Tulsa neighborhood groups learned Wednesday morning they had selected as part of the city’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.

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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 Residents’ 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 – City of Tulsa Park [East 56th Street and South 72nd East Avenue] $8,559
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