Where is District 4?

While every city councilor has a responsibility to look out for all Tulsans, your own city councilor should be most specifically attentive of the needs of their own constituents. District 4 comprises some of the most active arts, culture, and entertainment hubs in Tulsa.

Register by October 12th in order to vote November 6th.

Where is District 4?

Where is District 4?

While every city councilor has a responsibility to look out for all Tulsans, your own city councilor should be most specifically attentive of the needs of their own constituents. District 4 comprises some of the most active arts, culture, and entertainment hubs in Tulsa.

Register by October 12th in order to vote on November 6th.

The following neighborhoods are in District 4:

Downtown, Tulsa Arts District, Blue Dome District, Greenwood District, East Village District, Pearl District, Kendall-Whittier, Cherry Street, Barden Heights, Turner Park, Terrace Drive, Riverview, Tracy Park, Swan Lake, Central Park, Yorktown, Gillette Historic District, Renaissance, Florence Park, Tulsa Fairgrounds, Maple Ridge, Terwilleger Heights, Utica Square, Bryn Mawr, Lakewood Heights, Florence Park South, Mayo Meadow, Owen Park, and Crosbie Heights.

 

Tulsans who live in District 4 describe it as:

 

Tulsans who live outside of District 4 describe it as: