• 23 hours ago

  • Ever evolving... Brookside still is THE place to be!

    January 13

  • I did not see "The Crow Creek Association," at The meeting last night which was informative, well planned with neighbors that seemed to be interested in a better BrookSide, as a whole. I look forward to the next meeting. I will help for this to grow as I have for this past year. I moved to BrookSide almost 14 years ago. With in BrookSide, there is the "Crow Creek Assoication". They are active with cleaning "Crow Creek," which flows through BrookSide. I believe that "Crow Creek", should be at the next meeting. "Crow Creek", wants BrookSide to be a better place to live also.... Thanks For the meeting last night.....

    January 10

  • Full house at the Brookside Neighborhood Association meeting tonight thanks to Bill Leighty with Smart Growth Tulsa. Mr. Leighty told the crowd that their property values should increase with the opening of The Gathering Place. Also commercial development should increase along Peoria with the implementation of the Bus Rapid Transit Plan. Unfortunately, the Brookside Infill Plan (open the cityoftulsa link below) that acts as a guideline for any of this future development has been determined by the city to need updating. So what's next? BNA thinks that as a group of stakeholders we should be proactive rather than reactive, review the outdated infill plan and see what/how we proceed with asking the city for an update. Are you in?

    January 10

  • Tonight the BNA welcomes Bill Leighly of Smart Growth Tulsa. Discussing The Gathering Place, Rapid Transit Plan, Business turnover & Infill development and how they impact Brookside.

    January 10

  • More on what's happening with the demolition of Trinity United Methodist Church....

    December 31

  • December 27

  • This is your chance to be part of the new Brookside Neighborhood Association website! Submit your favorite photos of Brookside to this page, and the best will be considered for use on the redesigned BNA site!

    December 19

  • Details for our first meeting on Jan. 9th at 6pm at Southminster Presbyterian located at 3500 S. Peoria! Bill Leighty, Executive Director of Smart Growth Tulsa, http://www.smartgrowthtulsa.com, will be presenting on the different types of land use in Brookside. If you are not familiar with this organization, check out their Facebook page! Discussion points will include - Development Trends in the BNA A. Gathering Place B. Rapid Transit Plan C. Business turnover D. Infill Remember our boundaries are 31st to 51st - Riverside to Lewis and there is a lot that goes on in our area!

    December 18

  • Be a part of the change! With a new year the BNA will have a new format for its' monthly meetings! First 5 to 10 minutes will be a monthly update of what's going on in the neighborhood. Next 20 to 30 minutes will be a guest speaker or topic pertinent to the BNA. Last 15 minutes is open discussion where you as residents/members can bring your concerns/cares. Hope to see you on January 9th at 6:00 pm at Southminster!

    December 17

  • Mark your calendars for the dates of our upcoming meetings in 2017! Jan. 9th Feb. 6th March 6th April 3rd May 1st Meetings will begin at 6pm at Southminster Presbyterian located at 3500 S. Peoria, and will follow a new agenda, which will always include a program with speaker, zoning updates and an opportunity for any member to open a topic for discussion. We look forward to a productive year! Topics of each meeting will be announced closer to the date.

    December 13

  • Sad to see Sonoma Bistro close....

    December 12

  • Take a moment Thursday evening and visit another one of Tulsa's great neighborhoods!

    December 11

  • Newly elected councilman Ben Kimbro discussed his priorities for District 9 last night at the Brookside Neighborhood Association. Among his many objectives were: strengthening and empowering neighborhoods, improving the 61st and Peoria area, making Tulsa more walkable and bicycle friendly, changing driver behavior in Brookside and eliminating the adversarial relationship between the council and the mayor's office. Councilor Kimbro also asked if anyone was interested in serving on an authority, board or commission to please contact him. (His city email is not up yet but you can message Councilor Kimbro on Facebook.) A new councilor is a new beginning for District 9. Let's all pitch in and make Midtown a great place to live!

    December 06

  • Tonight we welcome new District 9 Tulsa City Councilor Ben Kimbro. #brooksideneighborhoodassociation

    December 06

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