Doing Business

Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum meets with officials at the Zink Dam groundbreaking in Tulsa, OK.

A Welcoming Surprise for Business

Businesses aren’t assigned numbers in Tulsa. Instead, each receives individualized services that bolsters industry success. With a streamlined permitting process at an average of five days and forward-leaning momentum that is driven by a commitment to an equitable future, the question isn’t how your business will fit into Tulsa, it’s how Tulsa can support your business’s growth.

PartnerTulsa has formed solid relationships with area agencies that allow us to affect change without compromising integrity. Businesses receive support for everything from incentives to permitting in a city that is ranked in Inc. Magazine’s 50 Best Places to Start a Business. The Amazon facility in Tulsa received its building permit in 30 days — a timeframe unheard of for facility development.

Oasis Fresh Market grocery store in Tulsa, OK
Impact Story

Oasis Fresh Market: Paving the Way Towards a Better Tulsa

North Tulsa’s food desert prompted the City to partner with the local community, non-profit organizations, and the local Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI). The neighborhood now has its own 16,425 sq. ft state-of-the-art grocery store on Peoria Avenue called Oasis Fresh Market.

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Michelle Barnett
Svp, Economic & Workforce Development (918) 805-0292