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  • We received this information about an upcoming Board of Adjustment hearing concerning a residence in our area which has a proposed car port addition. I apologize for my scanner not working, but I have transcribed the information, as we wanted to make the neighbors aware. ACTION REQUESTED: Special Exception to allow a carport in the street setback on a RS-3 zoned lot and allow the area of the carport to exceed 20’-0” x 20’-0” (400 sq. ft.)(Section90.090-C.1) LOCATION: 3132 S Owasso Ave. HEARING DATE, LOCATION, AND TIME: Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 City Council Chambers City Hall 2nd Level, 175 East 2nd St. Tulsa, OK

    March 23

  • Donuts coming to the heart of Brookside!

    March 16

  • COFFEE with COPS Join the Tulsa Police this Wednesday, March 8th for "Coffee with Cops" at McDonald's at 4780 S. Harvard Av. Tulsa Police Department will be there from 8 AM to 10 AM, sharing conversation and greetings.

    March 07

  • Another great BNA meeting tonight in our series of meetings to inform the membership about the existing plans that affect Brookside. Dawn Warwick, Tulsa Planning Department and Susan Miller, INCOG, informed the membership about the existing Brookside Infill Plan which was adopted in 2002 and governs development in Brookside. Parts of the plan are current and parts need updating. A big concern from the membership is the issue of inappropriate residential infill in Brookside which the plan does not address. However, since the adoption of the new zoning code the BNA does have a new tool, a residential character overlay, to address the issue of inappropriate infill. At our April meeting we will have Up With Trees to discuss the Tulsa tree overlay for the first part of the meeting. For the second part of the meeting we will have a members only meeting to discuss if the membership wants to proceed in adopting a residential character overlay, what that would look like and how would we make that happen.

    March 07

  • Brookside Infill "Either you're in or you're out." Heidi Klum could not have said it better. There are lots of issues with infill in Brookside - check out this http://m.tulsaworld.com/outlook2017/quality2017/gathering-place-effect-brookside-real-estate-market-surging/article_187239cd-734b-5c77-a224-165603335011.html?mode=jqm in the Tulsa World about the recent surge in our real estate market. Some of it is good news, some of it ---not so much. If you want to learn about the official Brookside Infill Plan, please join us on Monday, March 6th at 6pm at Southmister Presbyterian. Our guest will be Susan Miller. Director of Land Development Services at INCOG to discuss the Brookside Infill Plan. In addition to Susan, we will have updates on zoning issues and upcoming special events! Please check out the attached Brookside Infill plan and bring your questions! http://www.cityoftulsa.org/media/1550/brookside_infill.pdf Date- Monday, March 6th Time - 6pm Location - Southminster Presbyterian Church - Brookside

    February 28

  • February 28

  • Get ready Brookside, we're less than two weeks away from the St. Patrick's Day Run! Street closing notices will be mailed this week. Just be sure to plan your routes around the run on Saturday, March 11th.....

    February 27

  • Real estate market surging in Brookside....

    February 27

  • Can someone please explain the pedestrian cross walks on brookside. Who has the right of way cars or pedestrians? I'm talking about the ones by Trader Joe's (there are signs and cross walk but no button to press like the ones by in the raw that do have buttons).

    February 26

  • Ol'Vine Fresh Grill opens in Brookside in the old So o a location.....

    February 22

  • J. Bradley's restaurant a unique newcomer to Brookside - review by Scott Cherry at Tulsa World....

    February 14

  • Tonight we welcome City of Tulsa's Planning & Development Project Manager, Jennifer Gates, discussing the Peoria Ave #BusRapidTransist land use study. Please join us on the first Monday night of each month at 6 pm for our monthly neighborhood meetings.

    February 07

  • February 02

  • For anyone interested in making Tulsa a better city, this is a great event to attend!

    February 01

  • It's all about the plans, people! And there are a lot of plans that affect Brookside. The first plan the BNA wants to present to the Brookside neighborhoods is the BRT. Please join us at our monthly BNA meeting on February 6th, 6:00 pm, Southminster Presbyterian Church Community Hall, 3500 South Peoria to talk about the Peoria Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Land Use Study. Jennifer Gates from the Tulsa Planning Department and Debbie Ruggles from Tulsa Transit will be available to answer any questions about the Bus Rapid Transit service route and stations. If you want to get informed on the subject before our BNA meeting there will be a February 1st meeting at the Central Center on 6th Street near Peoria. This workshop will be led by the consultants to gather feedback on recommendations for zoning and land use along Peoria Avenue around seven station areas. The Land Use Study has a website https://peoriabrt.wordpress.com/ and a Facebook page www.facebook.com/PeoriaBRT for additional information on the project and what has been completed to date.

    January 27

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