Downtown Coordinating Council (DCC)
The Downtown Coordinating Council is an advisory board comprised of downtown property owners, government officials, and business owners that provide support and advice for planning and management of improvement, maintenance, and marketing of downtown Tulsa. The DCC works to actively develop Downtown Tulsa as a vibrant center of commerce, arts, entertainment, and education.
How is the DCC funded?
The Tulsa Stadium Improvement District is comprised of properties located within the Inner Dispersal Loop and expires in 2039. Owners of these particular properties pay a fee as part of the TSID. Certain organizations such as religious organizations, government agencies, and some homeowners are exempt. A portion of the TSID fee goes to pay bonds on ONEOK Field. The other portion goes to pay for services such as maintenance, marketing downtown, and management of improvement, which is overseen by the Downtown Coordinating Council. Approximately $1.1 million goes toward downtown services annually.
Downtown Coordinating Council Members
|Tulsa Mayor (or designee)||Kian Kamas|
|Tulsa City Councilor||Blake Ewing|
|Tulsa County Commissioner||Karen Keith (Vice-Chair)|
|Greenwood Chamber of Commerce||Brandon Jackson|
|Tulsa Metro Chamber||Gordy Guest|
|Tulsa Community Foundation||Phil Lakin|
|Brady Arts District||Tom Wallace|
|Tulsa Parking Authority||Craig Abrahamson|
|Tulsa Stadium Trust||Jeff Scott|
|Economic Development Commission||Elliot Nelson|
|BOK and Convention Center||Jeff Nickler|
|Restaurant||Libby Billings (Chair)|
|Property < 500,000 sf||Chris Armstrong|
|Property > 500,000 sf||Greg Stone|
|Property > 500,000 sf||Chris Bumgarner|
|Updated: April 2018|