Tulsa Remote has a wealth of resources to help you plan, move, and get excited about a unique opportunity in a growing and supportive community.
Get to know all of the wonderful things that make Tulsa one-of-a-kind – from iconic music and performing arts, to world-class dining and international eats, to amazing outdoor activities and local experiences.
Experience the wide array of museums, galleries, and performing arts.
Toast to Tulsa’s vast local flavors and global cuisines.
Vibe along to Tulsa’s rhythm across our incredible venues and local musicians.
Celebrate the unique festivals and events that help define Tulsa.
Explore the parks, green spaces, and waterways in your backyard.
Get to know the vibrant districts that make up our city.
Check out these videos of some of Tulsa’s most unique and vibrant neighborhoods including Brookside, Cherry Street, South Tulsa, and the International District.
Tulsa's Unique & Vibrant Neighborhoods
With rich cultural history, mouth-watering eats and drinks, a vibrant music scene, and beautiful outdoor spaces, Tulsa’s welcoming community has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to buy a home or lease an apartment, click to watch and explore all Tulsa's neighborhoods have to offer.
East Tulsa: The 918's International District
The perfect place to grab a bowl of pho or delicious carnitas tacos, located just 15 minutes from the heart of the city, East Tulsa is known also known as "The International District."
Welcome to Brookside
From starter homes to historic estates, everyone can enjoy Brookside's walkability and vibrant boutiques and restaurants.
South Tulsa: Suburban Paradise
Welcome to South Tulsa. Just 20 minutes from downtown, this suburban paradise is known for its beautiful amenities.
Life on Cherry Street
Tulsa Remote is a unique recruitment initiative aimed at attracting talented individuals to Tulsa. The program brings remote workers and digital nomads to the community by providing $10,000 grants and numerous community-building opportunities. Each grant is distributed over the course of a year to eligible remote workers or entrepreneurs living outside of Oklahoma. Funding is currently provided by George Kaiser Family Foundation. The City of Tulsa, and other community organizations lend their support to ensure program participants are fully immersed and engaged in the community. Since the program's launch, the Oklahoma Remote Quality Jobs Incentive Act was passed through the State Legislature to help other programs and employers attract remote workers to Oklahoma.
Making Tulsa Home
Tulsa Remote members looking to purchase a home in Tulsa have the option to receive their $10,000 in one lump sum through our Homeownership Initiative program. In order to receive the grant money at one time, applicants must purchase a qualifying home and attend member orientation.