Current Park Updates & Future Improvements

Current Park Updates

The parking lot at 31st & Riverside Drive as well as the City’s Midland Valley Trail from 26th Street to the east bank River Parks trail is closed to allow for construction of Tulsa’s Gathering Place. There is extensive underground utility work and tree work that is being done in the area and due to safety reasons, public access has been restricted. There will be temporary inconveniences before the long-term benefits are realized.

A major renovation of the River West Festival Park at 2100 South Jackson has been completed, and the park re-opened in September 2015.

Stay in tune with park updates as they happen on River Parks Authority Facebook and Twitter pages.

Future Improvements

Thanks to private and public donations, River Parks is moving forward on several key improvement projects.

The renovation of the east and west bank River Parks trails between 11th and 71st Streets is continuing. In 2012, the one incomplete section of east bank trail, from I-44 to 58th, was renovated in conjunction with an upcoming City of Tulsa sanitation project, as well as the widening of I-44, an Oklahoma Department of Transportation project. With the I-44 project, River Parks actually gained some land when a portion of Riverside Drive was realigned.