Landscape Ordinance Feedback
We would love to hear your thoughts or feedback on Tulsa's new landscaping regulations. You may view the proposed language at
. All questions are optional. For more information or questions, contact Dwayne Wilkerson at
The proposed code generally requires more trees, shrubs, and landscaping in and around the edges of parking lots than the existing code (see illustration below). Do you think...
The proposed code should require more trees, shrubs, and landscaping.
The proposed code should stay as written.
The proposed code should require fewer trees, shrubs, and less landscaping.
Should landscaping standards apply city-wide, or should different standards be applied to specific areas (e.g. downtown)?
Standards should apply equally city-wide.
Base requirements should be applied citywide, and certain areas should have higher standards.
Base requirements should be applied citywide, but certain areas should have lower standards.
Should the ordinance do more or less to encourage 'green' infrastructure (e.g. bioswales, permeable pavement, rain gardens, green roofs), also known as Low Impact Development?
How easy is it to read and understand the new landscaping and lighting requirements?
Did you attend the open house on March 21?
Do you have any comments, questions, or suggestions about specific parts of the proposed ordinance?
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