Oklahoma River Attractions & Redevelopment
Pictured above is a seven-mile
portion of the North Canadian River flowing through the
middle of Oklahoma City that was, in 2004, renamed
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of the Oklahoma River
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Event & Development Issues
|The Oklahoma City Riverfront Redevelopment
Authority is a Trust of the City of Oklahoma City
charged with administering the City's riverfront assets
along the Oklahoma River. The Mayor has appointed a
surrogate trustee, as well as three City Council members
to serve with five other Trustees, confirmed by the City
Council. The Riverfront Authority makes recommendations
to various City agencies and the Council with regards to
event permits and other activities. The Riverfront
Authority receives incomes from several sources,
including oil & gas leases and sand mining contracts.
Questions concerning the Riverfront Authority's Operation should be directed to General Manager, OCRRA, 200 N. Walker, Oklahoma City, OK (405) 631-8820. Agendas for the Authority's meetings are published on Oklahoma City's website at http://www.okc.gov/AgendaPub/meet.aspx.
The Oklahoma City Zoning Code provides for a "Scenic River Overlay Design District" to provide additional zoning and development controls, and is administered by the "Riverfront Design Committee" (RDC), whose members are nominated by the Chairman and Trustees of the Riverfront Redevelopment Authority, appointed by the Mayor, and confirmed by the City Council. The Riverfront Design Committee (RDC) has the opportunity to review all matters regarding property or sites situated within the overlay district and provides a non-binding recommendation prior to final action by the Planning Commission, the Traffic Commission, the Board of Adjustment, or the City Council.
Portions of the Oklahoma River are included in one of Oklahoma City's Business Improvement Districts (BID). An independent non-profit organization, Downtown OKC has been contracted by Oklahoma City to implement various BID initiatives.
North of the Oklahoma River's Regatta District is Capitol-Medical Center District, consisting of approximately 950 acres and 20 miles of roadway. The District is supervised by the Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning Commission, an eleven-member body created by the State to develop and maintain a comprehensive land use plan for the orderly development of the district within and surrounding the State Capitol Complex and the Oklahoma University Medical Center. Commission promulgates zoning regulations to support the dictates of the land use plan, and contracts with the City of Oklahoma City for implementation of various initiatives.
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