A comprehensive plan, planokc is a policy document used by city leaders, developers, business owners, and citizens to make decisions about future growth, development, policy, and capital improvements.
The Consolidated Plan covers July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2020. It's required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a prerequisite for receiving formula grant funds. The formula grant programs include the Community Development Block Grant (CBDG), Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA). The Plan is implemented through five annual Action Year Plans that allocate grant funds to specific program activities during a particular year.
2016-17 Second Action Year Plan -DRAFT (PDF)
2015-2020 Consolidated Plan and First Year Action Plan (PDF)
2014-15 Con Plan Amendment 21C Section 108 Loan Application-Final (PDF)
A Proposed Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery Grant Application to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce (PDF)
Downtown Development Framework
The Downtown Development Framework (PDF) reflects comprehensive efforts to define a vision for downtown Oklahoma City so that public and private investment can be coordinated to create a physical environment that defines the world-class downtown that we envision.
Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (2014)
The 2014 OKC Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (PDF) is part of the consolidated planning process. As a requirement for receiving HUD formula grant funding, the City of OKC performed this analysis to evaluate impediments to fair housing choice.
Employment Land Needs Assessment & Action Plan (2012)
The Employment Land Needs Assessment & Action Plan is a planning study aimed at quantifying and comparing the demand for and supply of vacant and readily buildable land in large sites for large industrial and business developments, and identifying actions to ensure a consistent supply of sites.
Intensive Level Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City (2009-2012)
The Intensive Level Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City, conducted in four phases between 2009 and 2012, is intended to identify and evaluate the historic and cultural resources present in Oklahoma City’s downtown core. The survey identified resources having the potential to be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, either individually or as contributing to a potential historic district. The survey inventoried 1,082 resources.
Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City Phase I
Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City Phase II
Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City Phase III
Survey of Downtown Oklahoma City Phase IV
Oklahoma Historical Society Surveys
The City of OKC participates in some Oklahoma Historical Society surveys.
Vacant & Abandoned Buildings (2013)
The Vacant & Abandoned Buildings in Oklahoma City (PDF) study looks at the financial and social cost of VABs, identifies the extent of the problem and recommends solutions.
PREVIOUS PLANS & STUDIES
Oklahoma City’s Bicycle Transportation Strategic Action Plan was the City’s first formal bicycle transportation plan.
The three main goals of the study included: assess existing parking conditions, project future parking
demand (5 and 10 year periods), and prepare a parking management, operating and implementation plan.
The Core to Shore Plan (PDF) is an opportunity for Oklahoma City to develop a public/private partnership to strengthen the City’s vitality, economy, and image from the southern edge of the downtown core to the Oklahoma River.
The Downtown Housing Strategies and Implementation Plan is a guide to leverage new housing provides data, analysis, and recommendations for creating policy and action towards a comprehensive, effective, and sustainable housing development program that builds off of the significant progress achieved in Downtown Oklahoma City over the past 20 years.
The subject of the study was an assessment of the potential demand for additional housing development in Downtown Oklahoma City.
The purpose of this Joint Land Use Study was to evaluate the current status of the implementation of recommendations issued in the 2006 Air Installation Compatible Use Zone Study for Tinker AFB and to
make recommendations for additional actions by local governments designed to improve land use decisions that may affect the missions of Tinker AFB.
The purpose was to develop strategies strengthening the economic environment and improving the quality of the neighborhoods.
As part of the OKC Plan, this Plan contains goals, objectives, policies and actions established to provide guidance for redevelopment and future development of the Corridor.
The Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust (OCEDT) engaged consultants to provide retail and architectural assessment services focusing on Park Avenue, a dense, three-block area located in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City’s Central Business District to assist with establishing an economic climate along Park Avenue that is attractive to a thriving mix of retail shops and restaurants.
The Oklahoma City Trails Master Plan offers recommendations for improving access to outdoor resources, close to where residents live and work, by building a network of off-road multi-purpose paved trails.