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Local Emergency Alert System

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The City of Tulsa is implementing a location-specific emergency alert system. This system, which launches in June, will alert residents by phone of emergency or threatening events in their area.

All landline phones will automatically be registered to receive emergency notifications. Residents can also opt to be notified by email or to receive a call or text message to a mobile phone.

The system will also push non-emergency notifications to landlands, emails, and mobile phones. To receive these notifications, all residents must opt in. 

City Hall in Your Neighborhood Returns

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Mayor Dewey Bartlett and Tulsa's City Councilors announced a new slate of City Hall in your Neighborhood meetings. These meetings bring together constituents and elected officials to discuss improvements and concerns for the City of Tulsa and its residents.

Upcoming meetings will also focus on information and public comments about funding city needs with the Third Penny Sales Tax and General Obligation Bond Issue. This issue would go to voters in November 2013.

City of Tulsa Brownfields Meeting

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from cityoftulsa.org

 

The City of Tulsa will present the final report from its recently completed Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Grant project at a public meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, 175 E. 2nd Street, Second Floor.

City of Tulsa Neighborhood Meetings Scheduled

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City of Tulsa representatives will meet with community and neighborhood leaders and any interested citizens to discuss community needs and priorities for federal funding for programs and projects in the coming year.

The meetings will all be at 6 p.m. on the following dates and locations.

City Website Hacked... Were You Affected?

The City of Tulsa website was hacked on Sept 12 and since then has been unavailable. When the hack was first discovered the City announced that personal information of utility customers was not compromised, though now it seems other personal information was compromised. Today the Tulsa World reported the City of Tulsa is sending letters to individuals whose personal information might be compromised as a result of the hack.

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