- City of Tulsa Website
- From Harm’s Way: flood-hazard mitigation in Tulsa, Oklahoma
- From Rooftop to River: Tulsa’s approach to Floodplain and Stormwater Management
- Roadblock to LID: Webinar Slides
- Tulsa County Emergency Preparedness Resources
- Tulsa Pervious Concrete Demonstration
- Tulsa County Website
To learn more about Tulsa Partners view: Resilient Neighbors Network Community Profiles [pdf] Framework and Profiles
THE 22ND ANNUAL OFMA ANNUAL CONFERENCE “FLOOD RESILIENCE: THE NEW FACE OF FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT”
Tulsa Partners, Inc.
Tulsa Partners is a member organization of NHMA, and serves as the local coordinator for Tulsa’s
participation in the Resilient Neighbors Network. Several people involved with Tulsa Partners were
integral to the creation of NHMA.
Spotlight: Oklahoma Silver Jackets Coalition Focuses on Teamwork
By Ann Patton,
NHNA member from Tulsa Teamwork…it’s the way to get things done. That’s the vision behind a new Oklahoma coalition named Silver Jackets. The Oklahoma Silver Jackets Team is creating a new national model for collaboration to foster sound floodplain and hazard management. The new Oklahoma Silver Jackets (SJ) Team links together our state, local, and federal governments with grassroots citizens and nonprofit groups into a partnership working on specific problems and projects, Gavin Brady, the state’s flood program coordinator at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB),said. The Oklahoma initiative includes not only governments, but also diverse non-government partners. In addition to the OWRB, members of the evolving Oklahoma SJ Team include the US Army Corps of Engineers, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management, Tulsa’s city and county governments, Tulsa Drainage District #12, Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association, Tulsa Partners, and the Natural Hazard Mitigation Association.
Video: 2012 NHMA Workshop – Sheryl Siddiqui
Tulsa Pervious Concrete Demonstration