When Oklahoma City’s downtown and nearby districts began to see economic revival, the city teamed with struggling neighborhoods to revive their areas.
“No one knows more about the neighborhoods than the citizens,” said Kristy Yager, City of Oklahoma City public information director.
Neighbors Night Out includes fun neighborhood events as well as talks with local officials and police.
Local programs help the city reduce maintenance costs and clean up blighted neighborhoods.
Georgie Rasco supports the proposed median ordinance and says it addresses safety concerns for all.
Social media and old-fashioned pavement-pounding work to bring residents closer than ever.
Oklahoma City public schools hire for new positions, OKC church honors victims of Charleston shooting, Bob Barry is mourned, homes receive repairs and OKC Pride was a hit.
Oklahoma City police officers offered crime prevention tips and talked about neighborhood design in a recent meeting in south OKC.
Georgie Rasco talks with Oklahoma Gazette about the importance of neighborhoods and the work of neighborhood associations.
That’s where the Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma comes in. The organization has an online survey inviting people to help prioritize how the MAPS 3 Trails and Sidewalks Subcommittee should allocate $10 million for the construction of sidewalks along major streets. Neighborhood Alliance Executive Director Georgie Rasco said sidewalks are important for beautification, safety and…