Scissortail Park is a 70-acre urban oasis extending from the core of downtown Oklahoma City to the shore of the Oklahoma River. Design plans for the park call for everything from a cafe and sports facilities to a tranquil lake and nature walks. The Skydance Bridge will connect the north section of the park to the south section.

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Quick facts

  • Project budget: $132 million
  • Construction: Under way on the north section with scheduled completion in 2019; South section scheduled completion in 2021.
  • Size: 40-acre north section, 30-acre south section.
  • Location: The north section of the park extends from the new Oklahoma City Boulevard south to Interstate 40, and from S Hudson Avenue east to S Robinson Avenue. The south section is bordered on the north by I-40, extending south to SW 10 between S Walker Avenue and Robinson, and to SW 15 between S Harvey Avenue and Robinson. Click here to see a map of the north section.
  • Plans: Download and watch a presentation about the north section's final plans and specifications.


The Downtown Public Park subcommittee meets monthly at 420 W Main St. in the 10th floor conference room. Click here for a list of current and recent City meetings and agendas. Meetings are subject to time changes and cancellations.


Kimberly Lowe, Chairwoman
Michael Dover, Vice Chairman
Bill Cameron
Kari Watkins
Anthony McDermid
Teresa Rose Crook
Miles Tolbert
Desmond Mason
Fred Hall
Rusty LaForge
Maureen Heffernan
Jane Jayroe Gamble

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