2023 By the Numbers


What has led to the reinvention of Oklahoma City? The simple answer is the citizens of Oklahoma City. This is a community where the citizens have decided to invest in themselves to recreate Oklahoma City not only for today but to set the stage for even more growth with future generations. Since the original MAPS (Metropolitan Area Projects) passed in 1993, Oklahoma City has an outstanding track record of passing initiatives that have completely rebuilt OKC’s quality of life and educational system and invested heavily into infrastructure, police and fire protection, job creation, the human needs of our citizens and more.

MAPS I Passed: 1993 Completed: 2004 Projects Funded:

•Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark •Bricktown Canal •Cox Convention Center •Paycom Center •Civic Center Music Hall •State Fair Park improvements •Ronald J. Norick Downtown Library •Oklahoma River •Oklahoma Spirit Trolley

MAPS FOR KIDS Passed: 2001 Completed: 2022

The "MAPS for Kids" school program includes hundreds of construction, transportation and technology projects -- all for the benefit of Oklahoma City's public school students.

MAPS 3 Passed: 2009

Completed:2022 Projects Funded:

•Scissortail Park •RIVERSPORT Rapids & other OK River improvements •Bennett Event Center at State Fair Park •OKC Streetcar •Senior Health & Wellness Centers •Oklahoma City Convention Center •Trails & sidewalks


Oklahoma City BY THE NUMBERS 2023

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