Updated Maps of Potential Flooding Areas

UPDATE: Here are maps showing FEMA 100 yr flood (Blues), City of Tulsa 100yr Regulatory Flood zones (Greens), the extent of 1986 flood (yellow), and the 1984 Memorial Day Flood (Pink). This information if from City of Tulsa and available at https://meshek.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html… The website works best on desktop, click on the various tabs or dropdown menus… Read more »

Trail lights disabled. DO NOT USE THE TRAIL AFTER DARK.

Due to flooding, we ask you not use the trails after dark. Do not enter flooded areas and be aware that water is still rising so a trail might not be passable on your return trip.

Flooding causing numerous issues including sink holes and power outages along trail.

It’ll take us a while to get these fix and with more rain coming, we expect issues to continue.

Trail Warning at 68th and Riverside area.

TRAIL UPDATE: several trees down, and at 68th a significant bank erosion problem which caused one of the trail lights to collapse into the river. We are turning off the power so will be faced with no trail lights there for some time.

Introducing the newest addition to the NatureWorks collection at River Parks at 41st and Riverside

Introducing the newest addition to the NatureWorks collection at River Parks at 41st and Riverside. Thanks to all who helped and all who joined us to enjoy the unveiling of Great Blue Heron at River Parks Thursday. Special thanks to sculptor Raymond Gibby of Spanish Fork, Utah, and his parents Greg and Barbara who traveled from… Read more »

The trail behind River Spirit Casino will be closed until high the high levels of the river subside. You can still use the old trail in front of the casino.

The trail behind River Spirit Casino will be closed until high the high levels of the river subside. You can still use the old trail in front of the casino.

Here’s where to check the Arkansas River water releases from Keystone Dam

http://www.swt-wc.usace.army.mil/KEYS.lakepage.html

Warning: Poison Ivy is out and about

Stay on the trails and you’ll be fine. Go into the bushes and you’ll be sorry!  

Asphalt Repair on East Bank during February 2019 – Detours possible

Crews will be filling cracks on the east bank trails over the course of the next few weeks (Feb 2019). During this time, small sections of trail will be detoured to allow the hot tar to be applied. Please avoid these areas. Thanks!