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River Parks to host community input sessions for Turkey Mountain planning

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Posted at 11:17 AM, Feb 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-25 12:17:52-05

TULSA — Starting in March, the River Parks Authority will be holding a series of community input sessions to gather ideas and desired experiences for plans for the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness area.

“Turkey Mountain has long been appreciated for the ecological and recreational benefits it provides to Tulsa and the communities that surround it,” River Parks Authority Executive Director Matt Meyer said. “Through this planning process, we’re excited to learn more about how park visitors interact with Turkey Mountain and how together we can plan for its future.”

The first planning event will be March 7 at 5:30 p.m. at Crowne Plaza Tulsa Southern Hills. The meeting will be focused on the management, preservation and programming regarding Turkey Mountain.

See the full schedule of planning events below:

· March 7 - Crafting a Master Plan for Turkey Mountain

· April 17 – Access and Circulation

· May 30 – Site Conditions and Natural Systems

· July 18 – Partnerships and Programming

· Sept. 19 – MVVA Shares Learnings with Community

RELATED: City of Tulsa reaches 50-year master lease agreement to preserve Turkey Mountain, River Parks

RELATED: Title on 200 acres of Turkey Mountain land transferred to River Parks Authority

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