In 2003, Tulsa County voters approved a 13-year, 6/10 of one penny sales tax increase to fund regional economic development and capital improvement throughout Tulsa County.
Today, Broken Arrow residents are benefiting from the many positive changes Vision 2025 has made in our community. Vision 2025 funded significant economic, educational and quality of life projects, such as expansion of NSU Broken Arrow, the Rose District, the Nienhuis Aquatic Center and more.
Vision 2025 funded many improvements throughout Broken Arrow. The photos below represent some of the projects citizens are enjoying now.
Nienhuis Aquatic Center, 3201 N. 9th Street
Farmers Market Pavilion, 418 S. Main Street
Historical Society Museum, 400 S. Main Street
Gateway to Main Street, Washington & Main
Northeastern State University Broken Arrow, 3100 E. New Orleans Street
City Manager's Office