Reducing Evictions

Maple Park in Tulsa, OK.

Helping Landlords Avoid the Cost of Eviction

PartnerTulsa is working with landlords to solve the eviction crisis. Tulsa has the 11th highest eviction rate in the country, with eviction coming with a high cost for many landlords. In a 2020 survey, 75% of landlords said they never or rarely collect eviction judgments for rent and damages, even with the help of an attorney. Landlords also said they spent over $1,500 on average when preparing a rental unit for a new tenant after an eviction. PartnerTulsa works with community organizations to provide landlords with essential services and resources to help them avoid the high cost of eviction, such as rental assistance and mediation.

  • Emergency Rental Assistance Program 
  • Early Settlement Mediation Program
  • Housing Solutions’ Landlord Tenant Resource Center
Emergency Rental Assistance Program 
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Emergency Rental Assistance Program

The City of Tulsa has partnered with Restore Hope to provide rent and utility assistance to eligible residents. The Restore Hope Ministries (RHM) COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program is a rental assistance program designed to provide relief to low- and moderate-income households in Oklahoma. For more information, visit:

Early Settlement Mediation Program
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Early Settlement Mediation Program

Tulsa County’s Early Settlement Mediation Program provides free mediation for landlords and tenants to resolve concerns and reach a long-lasting, mutually beneficial agreement. For more information, visit:

Housing Solutions’ Landlord Tenant Resource Center
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Housing Solutions’ Landlord Tenant Resource Center

The Landlord Tenant Resource Center provides free legal information, pro bono referrals and “know your rights” information for landlords. For more information, visit

The Stories That Inspire Us

September 20, 2022

PartnerTulsa Releases Inaugural Annual Report

City of Tulsa celebrates $275 million in new investments during organization’s first year. Today, PartnerTulsa released its inaugural annual report – a report that reflects the shared accomplishments the organization and the City of Tulsa…
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September 2, 2022

Tulsa Awarded $38.2 Million EDA Build Back Better Grant

Tulsa Coalition Plans to Create a World-Class Advanced Mobility Corridor, Creating Thousands of High-Paying Local Jobs The Biden Administration and the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) announced today that Tulsa is one of 21 recipients…
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June 17, 2022

New Initiative to Break Link Between Housing Instability and Incarceration

Tulsa has been selected as one of four communities/entities to participate in the launch of the Just Home Project, a national program launched by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Urban Institute…
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Contact Us

Kristin Maun
Director, Housing Development and Incentives (918)-218-9589