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MAPS 4 Survey Calls for Citizen Input

The City of Oklahoma City released an online survey to allow citizens to voice ideas and improvements for MAPS 4 initiatives.

The survey can be taken in English and Spanish, and it will remain open through May 2023.

In addition, the city will host a series of eight public open house events. The first group of meetings will be held in December with additional meetings in January and February 2023.

The events and survey focus around the $69.6 million budgeted through MAPS 4 to improve parks in Oklahoma City, dealing with issues like accessibility and amenities, among other concerns.

In addition to improvements at existing parks, the earmarked funds also will create new parks in Oklahoma City.

Click here to take the survey and learn more about the public open house events. 

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