2023 By the Numbers

MAPS 4 Passed: 2019 Completed:TBD Projects to be funded: •Parks •Youth Centers

OKLAHOMA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOND Passed: 2022 Completed: TBD Oklahoma City Public Schools voters approved a $955 million school bond which will cover renovations, maintenance, and equipment at every school in the district, where the average school building is 72 years old. It will also support the cost of maintenance for charter schools that occupy buildings owned by Oklahoma City Public Schools. This is the largest bond package in OKCPS history.

•Senior Wellness Centers •Mental Health and Addiction •Family Justice Center •Transit •Sidewalks/bike lanes/trails/streetlights •Homelessness •Paycom Center •Animal Shelter •Fairgrounds Coliseum •Diversion Hub •Innovation District •Freedom Center & Civil Rights Center •Beautification •Multipurpose Stadium

BETTER STREETS, SAFER CITY Passed: 2017 Completed: TBD

Oklahoma City citizens routinely pass city bond issues to make sure the infrastructure needs of the growing city are met. Most recently, the Safer Streets, Better OKC initiative invested more than $1 billion in the city’s infrastructure needs and the additional hiring of more police officers and firefighters. In total, the package allowed for the hiring of 129 more police officers and 57 firefighters with an annual $26 million boost for public safety and day-to-day operations. The city continues to make progress on resurfacing roads, building sidewalks and bike lanes, and adding to the trail system thanks to the package passed by citizens in 2017. The 10-year bond package, also allowed the city to expand the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium and build new club houses at three of the city’s golf courses.

Oklahoma City BY THE NUMBERS 2023


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