MAPS 3 is a capital improvements program in Oklahoma City that uses a one-cent, limited-term sales tax to pay for debt-free projects that improve our quality of life.
The construction phase of MAPS 3 is well under way, with the final project expected to be finished in 2022.
City Council oversees MAPS 3 with the help of a Citizens Advisory Board composed of members the Mayor appoints and the Council confirms. A subcommittee chaired by an advisory board member guides each project from start to finish. The board and subcommittee members are Oklahoma City residents who are civic-minded stakeholders in the MAPS 3 projects.
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Be Counted OKC: 2020 Census happening now
Most households in America will get information on how to respond from the U.S. Census Bureau beginning now. Check your mailbox. If you don’t get a letter or want to fill it out before you get one, you can still complete the questionnaire at my2020census.gov.
Access to some city buildings restricted to employees only during pandemic, public services not affected
Most City of Oklahoma City office buildings are restricting public access to protect visitors and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, but public services continue uninterrupted.
Oklahoma City businesses may apply for federal Small Business Administration disaster assistance loans for COVID-19
Oklahoma City businesses and nonprofit organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic are now eligible to apply for low-interest disaster loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA) at sba.gov/disaster.
Bares, gimnasios, teatros ordenados a cerrar, restaurantes servirán solo comida para llevar o entrega, con modificado estado de emergencia de la Cuidad de Oklahoma.
Alcalde de la Cuidad de Oklahoma David Holt anuncio el martes que modificara la proclamación de estado de emergencia para ordenar el cierre de todos los bares, gimnasios y teatros y restaurantes solo servirán comida para llevar o entrega, hasta el 12 de abril.
Bars, gyms, theaters ordered to close, restaurants to serve only take-out or delivery, with modified state of emergency in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt announced Tuesday he will modify the proclamation of a state of emergency to order all bars, gyms and theaters to close, and restaurants to serve only take-out or delivery food, until April 12.