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A lot goes into moving to a new city. We've curated some of our most frequently sought after resources in one place for your convenience.

If you would like to suggest a resource to be added to this webpage, please submit your recommendation in this form: Community Resources Suggestion Form.

The Arts

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Arts Alliance Tulsa: Sustains Tulsa’s thriving nonprofit arts community through united fundraising and support.

Arts and Humanities Council: Locally known as ahha, The Arts and Humanities Council, works to cultivate a more creative Tulsa.

Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges: Provide opportunities for persons with physical disabilities to enhance the quality of their lives

Circle Cinema Foundation: Circle Cinema is Tulsa’s oldest-standing movie theatre that originally opened in 1928 and now operates as the only nonprofit cinema in the area. Circle Cinema provides selected features and programs that expose and connect our community to global issues, environments, and cultures.

Guild of Tulsa Opera: Produces bold, brave, and brilliant, fresh productions of opera classics by identifying excellent young singers, then pairing them with conductors and stage directors who can improve their artistic talents.

Indian Health Care Resource Center: The mission of the Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa, Inc. (IHCRC) is to provide quality, comprehensive health care to Tulsa-area Indian people in a culturally sensitive manner that promotes good health, well being and harmony.

Oklahoma Project Woman: Breast Health Care for the Uninsured – Oklahoma Project Woman is here to help you. We provide free mammograms, diagnostic procedures and surgical services for Oklahomans of any age with no health insurance and limited financial resources.

Tulsa Ballet: Tulsa Ballet has partnered with over 50 social service agencies and has welcomed nearly 5,000 clients from organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, DVIS, Family & Children’s Services, Mental Health Association of Tulsa and The Salvation Army to attend dress rehearsals as well as a special production of The Nutcracker at no cost.

Tulsa Spotlight Theater: The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra is a community service organization that entertains, educates, heals, and inspires through musical excellence, innovation, and collaboration.

Tulsa Youth Symphony Orchestra: The Tulsa Youth Symphony is a 501c3 organization that was founded in 1963 with a stated mission to provide advanced orchestral training and performance experience for talented young musicians in northeastern Oklahoma. Our goal is to improve problem-solving skills, stimulate creativity, expand the imagination and to instill a love and passion for music thereby developing an ability to recognize beauty and formulate an appreciation for the arts.

Emergency Services

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12 & 12: An addiction recovery center, that offers adults suffering from the brain disease of addiction, or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders recovery tools to support their ability to achieve individualized recoveries

American Red Cross of Oklahoma: Responsible for the safety and preparedness of 77 counties in the state through four chapters and hundreds of selfless volunteers.

CASA for Children: Works to ensure the rights to safety within the home, and permanency in a family, are protected through advocacy and education within Judicial District 15, State of Oklahoma.

Child Abuse Network: Provides collaborative intervention services to child abuse victims, so they are encouraged to embrace a future driven by hope.

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma: The Food Bank feeds the hungry of eastern Oklahoma through a network of Partner Agencies and engages local communities in ending hunger.

DVIS: Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. is the only nonprofit agency in Tulsa, and the surrounding communities to provide comprehensive intervention and prevention services to men, women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence.

Emergency Infant Services: EIS is a nonprofit organization that provides temporary assistance to children five and younger in the Tulsa area whose families are in financial crisis. The organization provides the most basic of needs: food, formula, clothing, and diapers, along with other children’s items.

Family Safety Center Tulsa: Promotes safety and justice in Tulsa County through co-located multi-disciplinary services that offer protection, hope, and healing to victims of interpersonal and family violence.

Food On The Move: Food On The Move, Inc.’s mission is to transform food deserts and the legacy issues created by living in a food-insecure area.

Iron Gate: Iron Gate is a soup kitchen and grocery pantry located in downtown Tulsa, but we provide more than a meal. We offer a safe, friendly and welcoming place to get out of the storm for a couple of hours every day.

John 3:16 Mission: The Mission is funded solely with donations from supporters (individuals, companies, foundations, churches, etc.) in the Tulsa community and beyond. This allows John 3:16 Mission to share the Gospel and administer Christ-centered relief and recovery programs in the best ways we know how without government interference.

La Cosecha: Established in 2015, La Cosecha provides members of our community in need with groceries and other essential items on a weekly basis. An average family of four receives a week’s worth of food at each disbursement. Additionally, La Cosecha stocks a clothing and furniture pantry. Recently, La Cosecha was gifted the opportunity to provide financial assistance to our undocumented clients through a partnership with the Tulsa Immigrant Relief Fund. Prior to the pandemic, La Cosecha served approximately 400 families a week, no questions asked. The need for assistance has doubled since the last week of March. Today, our volunteer team serves an average of 2,000 families per week.

Oklahoma Blood Institute: Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) is the sixth-largest, nonprofit blood collector in America.

Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice: We are a human relations organization dedicated to achieving respect and understanding for all through education and dialogue. OCCJ seeks to facilitate understanding and empower individuals to create inclusive communities through dynamic, diversity and inclusion programming for all ages.

Tulsa Day Center for The Homeless: We serve those who are experiencing or at risk for homelessness. Through our work, we treat both the symptoms and the causes of homelessness — pursuing a future where every Tulsan has a home.

Entertainment and Dining

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There are always great things to do in Tulsa. Here are some of our favorites.

Root Tulsa: a Tulsa events calendar and a growing list of guides.

Choose Tulsa: Follow this account for more great ideas of what to do around town.

Outdoor Dining Guide for Downtown: Downtown Tulsa’s guide to outdoor seating options to safely socialize.

The Tulsa Sound: A Guide to the Local Music Scene

Get Involved

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Animal Rescue Foundation

Barre Society: Community of young professionals who are interested in arts advocacy and deepening their connection to Tulsa Ballet.

Leadership Tulsa: Programs designed to build leadership skills and create a deeper understanding of the Tulsa community.

Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits: The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits is a nonprofit organization equipping and strengthening the Oklahoma nonprofit sector through training, consulting, advocacy, membership, networking and awards.

Oklahoma Performing Arts: Variety of programming centering on the arts.

OSSO Sports & Socials: Adult sports leagues with a social twist in Tulsa

Root Tulsa: Your guide to all things Tulsa.

Slack: An engaged Tulsa Remote Member community sharing tips and tricks about life in Tulsa.

The Dennis R. Neill Equality Center: The center serving the LGBTQ+ community of Tulsa.

The Trevor Project: Provides information & support to LGBTQ young people 24/7, all year round.

Tulsa Area United Way: explore the TAUW 59 partner agencies

Tulsa Chamber Membership: Connect with Tulsa business owners.

Tulsa Panhellenic Chapter: Meet local sorority alumnae from chapters all over.

Tulsa Small Business Connection: Connect with Tulsa business owners.

TYPROS: Tulsa Young Professionals.

Volunteer Match: VolunteerMatch matches inspired people with inspiring causes.

Health Care

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Find and establish yourself with local healthcare providers.

COVID Vaccination: If you or someone you know needs to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine,  you can do so using this link.

Healthcare.gov

Hillcrest Health System

Resources and Facilities with Disability Services

St. Francis Health System

Tulsa County Health Department

Jobs/Employment

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Is your partner looking for a new, local job? Are you looking for new, remote work? We have local partners who can help you in your search.

Talent inTulsa: Talent inTulsa is a talent matchmaking driver with a single civic mission – empowering Tulsa to be a hub of diverse companies and communities committed to the region’s growth. For more information, follow the link above!

#jobs Slack Channel: The #jobs slack channel is a space for remote job postings or other paid opportunities in Tulsa accessible only to Tulsa Remote Members.

Holberton: If you, a partner or family member are looking to make a career change in the tech industry, consider enrolling at Holberton, Tulsa’s coding school, and joining the exploding tech scene.

We Work Remotely: We Work Remotely is the largest remote work community in the world. If you're looking for remote jobs, WWR is a great resource.

Live Music

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NAME

ADDRESS

AREA OF TOWN

GENRE OF MUSIC

Bar 473

2224 E Admiral Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74110

Kendal Whittier

Eclectic mix

Blackbird on Pearl

1336 E 6th St, Tulsa, OK 74120

Pearl District

Eclectic mix

BOK Center

200 S Denver, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Touring artists

Bull in the Alley

201 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Jazz piano

Cain's Ballroom

423 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Amazing mix

Cellar Dweller

417 W 7th St, Tulsa, OK 74119

Downtown

Eclectic mix

Cimmaron Bar

2619 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK 74129

East Tulsa

Rock and roll

Coffee House on Cherry Street

1502 E 15th St, Tulsa, OK 74120

Cherry Street

Eclectic mix

Deco Lounge

607 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74109

Downtown

Blues, Country

Doc's Food and Wine

3509 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

Midtown

Jazz

Duet Jazz

108 N Detroit Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Jazz, Blues

Dusty Dog

5107 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135

South Tulsa

Rock and roll, DJ

Fassler Hall

304 S Elgin Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Eclectic mix

Hodges Bend

823 E 3rd St, Tulsa, OK 74120

East Village

Jazz

Inner Circle Vodka Bar

410 N Main St Unit A, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Eclectic mix

Lefty's on Greenwood

10 N Greenwood Ave Unit A, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Jazz, Rock, Blues, Karaoke

Los Cabos

300 Riverwalk Terrace Unit 100, Jenks, OK 74037

Jenks

Rock and roll, Country

Margaritaville

8330 Riverside Parkway, Tulsa, OK 74137

Southwest Tulsa

Rock and roll, Dance music

Mercury Lounge

1747 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74119

South Boston

Americana, Rock, Country

Mixco Bar

S Denver Ave & W Third St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Eclectic mix, Dance music

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

5 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Jazz, Blues

Rabbit Hole

116 S Elgin Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Hip hop, Mix

Retro Grill & Bar

800 N Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106

North Tulsa

Hip hop, DJ

Saturn Room

209 N Boulder Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Eclectic mix

Shady Keys Piano Bar

111 S Detroit Ave Suite B, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Dueling piano

Shot Happens

8101 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74137

South Tulsa

Rock and roll, Country

Sidecar Barley & Wine Bar

1515 E 15th St Suite 501, Tulsa, OK 74120

Cherry Street

Eclectic mix

Skyline Event Center @ Osage Casino

951 West 36th St N, Tulsa, OK 74127

North Tulsa

Touring bands

Slo Ride Bar Brookside

4133 S Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

Brookside

Open mic, Rock

The Chalkboard

1324 S Main St, Tulsa, OK 74119

South of Downtown

Jazz, Guitar

The Colony

2809 S Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74114

Midtown

Americana

The Cove @ River Spirit Casino

8330 Riverside Pkwy, Tulsa, OK 74137

South Tulsa

Touring bands

The Hunt Club

224 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Rock and roll, Punk, Hip hop

The Juicemaker Lounge

3508 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK 74112

East Midtown

Hip hop, Soul, R&B

The Mayo Rooftop

115 W 5th St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Rock and roll, Mix

The Run

3141 E Skelly Dr, Tulsa, OK 74105

South Midtown

Rock and roll, Country, DJ

The Soundpony

409 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

DJ, Hip Hop, Rock

The Tulsan Bar

412 E 2nd St, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Eclectic mix, DJ

The Vanguard

222 N Main St, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Punk, Rock and roll, Hip hop

The Whittier Bar

2405 E Admiral Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74110

Kendal Whittier

Electronic, Rock, Indie

The Tulsa Theater

105 Reconciliation Way, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Touring bands

Venue Shrine

112 E 18th St, Tulsa, OK 74119

South Boston

Funk, Rock, Jam Band

Waterfront Grill

120 S Aquarium Dr, Jenks, OK 74037

Jenks

Rock and roll, Easy listening

Mental Health Resources

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We take mental health seriously. Below is a list of both free and paid resources.

City of Tulsa | Mental Health Resources: Mental Health Resources offered in Tulsa.

National Alliance on Mental Health | Tulsa: NAMI Tulsa is heavily focused on education, support groups, public policy, and training.

Mental Health Association Oklahoma: Cultivating healthy minds through advocacy, education, service, and housing.

Tulsa 911 Mental Health Collaborative: A partnership of the City of Tulsa 911 Public Safety Communications (PSC), Tulsa Police, Family & Children’s Services Community Outreach Psychiatric Services (COPES), and the Tulsa Area United Way. When calling 9-1-1 in a mental health crisis, this team is deployed.

The Tristesse Grief Center: The Grief Center offers an innovative approach to address Oklahomans’ need for grief counseling to assist the bereaved as they journey towards improved health and a renewed sense of worth in the wake of loss.

Family and Children Services | COPES: Family & Children’s Services promotes, supports, and strengthens the well-being and behavioral health of adults, children, and families.

The Calm Center: The CALM Center is a safe and caring place for youth ages 10-17 to receive immediate support, assessment, and stabilization for an emotional, behavioral, or substance abuse crisis any time of day or night. Care is provided regardless of ability to pay, and a referral is not necessary.

Backline: Mental health resources for the music industry.

Eastern Oklahoma 2-1-1: A program of the nonprofit organization, Community Service Council, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Free and confidential link to provide help and hope for those in need, 24/7.

Therapists & Counselors

Beach Stone Counseling: Member recommendation

Betterhelp: Online Therapy Best Counseling Services

Danielle Miner: Member recommendation

Oklahoma Therapists: This is a list of therapists and other mental health professionals who come from and/or serve marginalized identities. It was created to help women of color, queer people, feminists, and others in Oklahoma (primarily Tulsa) find counseling in a cultural environment with very few options. The list is made up of recommendations from clients and publicly available information. Open the spreadsheet and click “following tab” to see a list of providers.

Psychology Today: Online resource to find a therapist

Stephanie Forbes, D.O.: Member recommendation

Museums

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MUSEUM

ADDRESS

AREA OF TOWN

HIGHLIGHTS

Bob Dylan Center

116 E Reconciliation Way, Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Through exhibits, public programs, performances, lectures, and publications, The Center aims to foster a conversation about the role of creativity in our lives.

DECOPOLIS: Tulsa Art Deco Museum

511 S. Boston Ave. Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Art Deco exhibits, gift shop, and cafe in the Philcade building.

Discovery Lab

560 N. Maybelle Ave., Tulsa, OK 74127

West Tulsa (West of Downtown)

Provides a variety of programming for children, group reservations

Gilcrease Museum

(currently closed due to renovations)

1400 N. Gilcrease Museum Rd., Tulsa, OK 74127

Northwest Tulsa

Gardens, Eddie Faye Gates Tulsa Race Massacre Collection, extensive online catalog.

Greenwood Cultural Center

322 N. Greenwood Ave., Tulsa, OK 74120

North Tulsa

The pictorial exhibit, Mable B. Little Heritage House, photos & anecdotes from Tulsa Race Massacre survivors.

Greenwood Rising

23 N. Greenwood Ave. Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

The holistic history of the African American experience in Oklahoma, tells the whole story of the Tulsa Race Massacre and the resilience of Greenwood’s denizens.

Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame

5 S. Boston Ave., Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Oklahoma Pop Museum

422 N. Main St., Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

Installations and interactive exhibits display the effect of Oklahoma’s impact on pop culture.

Philbrook Museum of Art

2727 S Rockford Road, Tulsa, OK 74114

Midtown

Gorgeous Tuscan estate complete with a variety of art and a lavish garden.

Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art

2021 E. 71st St., Tulsa, OK 74136

South Tulsa

The SMMJA is a leading resource for citizens of Oklahoma and nationwide (worldwide) to learn about the Holocaust.

The Ousiders House Museum

731 N. St. Louis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74106

North Tulsa

Rare photographs of the filming of the movie, student tours, VIP screenings.

Fassler Hall

304 S Elgin Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120

Downtown

Eclectic mix

Tulsa Air & Space Museum & Planetarium

3624 N 74th E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74115

North Tulsa

Oklahoma aerospace history, science-based learning through discovery, planetarium.

Tulsa Historical Society

2445 S. Peoria Ave Tulsa, OK 74114

Midtown

Eight rotating Tulsa history exhibits.

Vintage Sewing Machine Museum

5528 S. Peoria Ave, Tulsa, OK 74105

South Tulsa

Use and learn about domestic and industrial sewing machines.

Woody Guthrie Center

102 E. Reconciliation Way Tulsa, OK 74103

Downtown

The largest archive of Woodie Guthrie’s primary resources in the world.

Neighborhood Associations

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Neighborhood associations are a great way to meet your neighbors and give residents a level of ownership and pride in their neighborhood

City of Tulsa Interactive Map: This interactive map allows you to enter your address into the search bar (upper left corner), see association boundaries, and contact persons for your specific neighborhood.

NextDoor: Happenings in your neighborhood, and very helpful for missing pets, local stuff

Parks

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Tulsa has no shortage of green, outdoor spaces with something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re taking the kids to a playground, dogs out for a stroll or going for a run – you’ll have plenty of options for time outside in the fresh air.

Centennial Park

Gathering Place

LaFortune Park

Owen Park

Oxley Nature Center

River Parks

Whiteside Park

Woodward Park

Zink Park

Pets

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Your furry friends need resources too.

Humane Society: The Humane Society of Tulsa is a private non-profit organization committed to the promotion of responsible pet ownership and pet population control.

Microchip Registration: make sure that you update your pet’s microchip information in case they’re lost.

Pet Licensing: The city of Tulsa requires you to keep an active license for each of your furry friends.

Tulsa SPCA: The Tulsa SPCA mission is to improve the lives of dogs and cats, and their human companions.

Pet-Friendly Patios

Pet-Friendly Hotels

Dog Parks

Slack

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Welcome to Slack! Here you will find an engaged community sharing tips and tricks about life in Tulsa.

The Tulsa Remote Slack Workspace: learn about the parameters of your Slack access.

The Tulsa Remote Slack Terms of Use: all Tulsa Remote Program Participants and Alumni are obligated to abide by the following Terms of Use in both spirit and letter.

Tulsa Remote Slack User Guide: a guide on best practices and how to navigate the TR slack.

Slack Introduction Video: a brief video that walks you through setting up your Slack account.

Tax Information

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All Tulsa Remote disbursements (both monthly and Homeownership Initiative Lump Sum) are reported as taxable income. In January, members will receive a 1099-MISC reflecting their payments for the previous calendar year.  Tulsa Remote does not provide individual tax advice, and no withholdings are done at the time of disbursement.

Accountants and/or Services Recommended by The Community

CCK Strategies: a local Tulsa firm.

FreeTaxUSA

Jackson Hewitt

NextGen Tax Services: a local Tulsa accounting agency.

TaxAct

Turbo Tax

Tulsa Tours

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Tulsa Bicycle Tours: 2-4 hour tours of downtown with a focus on architecture & Tulsa’s history. Some tours stop at breweries.

Tulsa Tours: Options: Tunnel Tour, Art Deco Tour, Deco-Greenwood, Downtown Tour, Mural Tour, Black Wall St Tour, they also take requests.

Tulsa Historical Society & Museum: Take a guided tour through the central business district and learn more about the history and architecture of many buildings along the way. (tours currently closed as of 11/8/21)

Kode Ransom Black Wall St Tours: Black Wall St Tours every other Saturday.

Tulsa Spirit Tours: Walking and bus tours that cover a variety of Tulsa’s colorful and ‘haunted’ history.

Tulsa Foundation for Architecture: TFA Second Saturday Tours feature a different historical area or topic each month. Tulsa has a rich architectural heritage and TFA is passionate about sharing our knowledge with you. Grab your coffee and join in the fun! Screen reader support enabled.

Transportation

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How to get around town, so you can make the most of Tulsa.

Register your Vehicle

  • This must be done at the Tulsa Central Tag Agency (walk-ins only but we recommend calling ahead to save time). If you are still making payments on your car and are moving from a title-holding state, bring:

    • Vehicle registration
    • Proof of Oklahoma car insurance
    • Oklahoma Driver’s License
    • Vehicle itself (will check VIN)
  • If you own the car outright, bring:

    • Title to vehicle
    • Proof of Oklahoma car insurance
    • Oklahoma Driver’s License
    • Vehicle itself (will check VIN)
  • Payment (cash, card, or check). Note: a charge applies for credit card payments. Checks must show an Oklahoma address, and temporary checks cannot be used.

Register your Vehicle

  • Oklahoma is not yet a Real ID state but has started the transition (click link for more details)
  • Get an Oklahoma License/ID card

    • Visit this link first.
    • Generally, if you already have an out-of-state license, you will follow a two-part process:

      • Go to a Driver Exam Site

        • These sites can get quite busy. We suggest you make an appointment to save time HERE.
        • Bring: two forms of ID (confirm they’re the approved types in the link above), existing driver’s license, social security number, and documentation to prove name, if different from your license. Current COVID procedures require face mask usage.
        • Take: Vision test conducted onsite
        • Get: approval paperwork (the form is called “DL-10”)
      • Go to the Central Tag Agency to get an Oklahoma license (you may be able to go to other locations, but this is the recommended one)

        • Bring the DL-10 form, above
        • Identification used, above
        • Payment (cash, card, or check). Note: a charge applies for credit card payments. Checks must show an Oklahoma address, and temporary checks cannot be used.
        • Note: this is also where you will register your vehicle, as detailed below.

Oklahoma Department of Safety MEGACENTER:

The Oklahoma Department of Safety MEGACENTER offers limited ID services which are listed below. For more information, you can follow the link below!

Location​: Kensington Business Center, 7130 S. Lewis Ave. Suite 190, Tulsa, OK 74136

Services Offered:

  • Renewals and replacements of both Class D and commercial driver licenses and identification cards (both REAL ID and non-REAL ID compliant.
  • REAL ID renewal (no documents necessary unless there has been a name change)
  • Out-of-state transfers, original ID issuance, and learner permits provided the customer has completed driver’s education and has a certificate of completion or has taken the written (knowledge) test and passed at an Oklahoma Career Tech and has the required documentation.

Tulsa Transit: The Tulsa Transit System

Downtown Parking App. Note: Tulsa has free parking downtown after 5pm and weekends!

Tulsa Airport

Utility Providers

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Electric

Public Service Company of Oklahoma

www.psoklahoma.com | 888-216-3523

Gas

Oklahoma Natural Gas

www.oklahomanaturalgas.com | 800-664-5463

​​Water/Sewer/Trash/Recycling

City of Tulsa

www.cityoftulsa.org/utilities.com

Call 311 or email Tulsa311@cityoftulsa.org (Mon – Fri, 8am- 5pm)

Visit City Hall at 175 E. 2nd Street – Utilities Customer Service (Mon –Fri, 8am- 5pm)

Phone/Cable/Internet

AT&T

att.com | 844-685-0215

COX

cox.com | 833-413-1458

Utility Providers

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12 & 12: An addiction recovery center, that offers adults suffering from the brain disease of addiction, or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders recovery tools to support their ability to achieve individualized recoveries. Volunteer Here.

A New Leaf: Provides people with developmental disabilities with life skills, marketable job training through horticultural therapy, community-based vocational placement, and residential services to increase their independence and individual choices. Volunteer Here.

Alzheimer’s Association of Oklahoma: Provides education and support to all those facing Alzheimer’s and other dementias throughout our community, including those living with the disease, caregivers, health care professionals and families. The Alzheimer’s Association is also committed to advocating for the needs and rights of those facing Alzheimer’s disease and advancing critical research toward methods of treatment, prevention, and ultimately, a cure. Volunteer Here

American Red Cross of Oklahoma: Responsible for the safety and preparedness of 77 counties in the state through four chapters and hundreds of selfless volunteers. Volunteer Here.

Arts and Humanities Council: Locally known as ahha, The Arts and Humanities Council, works to cultivate a more creative Tulsa through advocacy, education, and innovative partnerships, which contribute to the quality of life and economic vitality of the greater community.

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahoma: Creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Volunteer Here.

Birthright Living Legacy: The organization was created to connect fathers through community events and workshops designed to improve parent-child relationships. In addition to these services, Birthright Living Legacy also provides support and counseling to families to create a strong community of fathers dedicated to breaking negative parenting cycles.

Bridges Foundation: Provides employment opportunities to people with special needs. Volunteer Here.

CASA for Children: Works to ensure the rights to safety within the home, and permanency in a family, are protected through advocacy and education within Judicial District 15, State of Oklahoma. Volunteer Here.

Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges: Provides opportunities for persons with physical disabilities to enhance the quality of their lives. Volunteer Here.

Child Abuse Network: Provides collaborative intervention services to child abuse victims, so they are encouraged to embrace a future driven by hope. Volunteer Here.

Child Care Resource Center: (CCRC) is a program of the Community Service Council (CSC) offering quality child care resources and referral services to families, child care providers, and the community. Employs a staff of child care professionals with expertise in child development, early childhood, nutrition, nursing, social work, and more. CCRC was formed in 1987 in response to a citizen-led task force examining the needs of Tulsa’s children. Volunteer Here.

Circle Cinema Foundation: Circle Cinema is Tulsa’s oldest-standing movie theatre that originally opened in 1928 and now operates as the only nonprofit cinema in the area. Circle Cinema provides selected features and programs that expose and connect our community to global issues, environments, and cultures. Volunteer Here.

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma: The Food Bank feeds the hungry of eastern Oklahoma through a network of Partner Agencies and engages local communities in ending hunger. Volunteer Here

Community Service Council: Works to confront challenges to health, social, education, and economic opportunities, and strategically advance effective community-based solutions through research, planning, networking, and mobilizing resources. Volunteer Here.

Dream Institute: The DREAM Institute is dedicated to the higher education of students with disabilities through academic and professional mentorship, academic assistance, and scholastic awards.

DVIS: Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. is the only nonprofit agency in Tulsa, and the surrounding communities to provide comprehensive intervention and prevention services to men, women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence. Volunteer Here.

Emergency Infant Services: EIS is a nonprofit organization that provides temporary assistance to children five and younger in the Tulsa area whose families are in financial crisis. The organization provides the most basic of needs: food, formula, clothing, and diapers, along with other children’s items. Volunteer Here.

Family and Children Services: Promotes, supports and strengthens the well-being and behavioral health of adults, children, and families. Volunteer Here.

Family Safety Center Tulsa: Promotes safety and justice in Tulsa County through co-located multi-disciplinary services that offer protection, hope, and healing to victims of interpersonal and family violence. Volunteer Here

Fold of Honor: Provides educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.

Food On The Move: Food On The Move, Inc.’s mission is to transform food deserts and the legacy issues created by living in a food-insecure area. Volunteer Here.

Foundation for Tulsa Schools: Enlists community support and business assistance in providing educational resources and opportunities for Tulsa Public Schools. Volunteer Here.

Goodwill of Tulsa: Goodwill helps people find jobs through education and training programs. Thanks to community donations, Goodwill diverts millions of pounds of clothing and household goods from landfills annually. Goodwill works hard to empower people to overcome the hurdles they face to obtain and maintain a job and experience the dignity and self-respect that comes from work. Donations and purchases help us reuse, resell, recycle AND reinvest! Volunteer Here.

Guild of Tulsa Opera: Produces bold, brave, and brilliant, fresh productions of opera classics by identifying excellent young singers, then pairing them with conductors and stage directors who can improve their artistic talents. Volunteer Here.

Tulsa Symphony: The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra is a community service organization that entertains, educates, heals, and inspires through musical excellence, innovation, and collaboration.

Voting Resources

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Don’t wait – sign up to vote and let your voice be heard in local elections!

918Votes: A nonpartisan 918 Vote campaign that aims to create a new generation of young, engaged voters and bring about more representative election outcomes.

League of Women Voters: Encourages informed and active participation in government; works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and Influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Online Voter Registration: Register for upcoming elections.

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