Oklahoma County began the process of amending the current master plan in the fall of 2013 with a public survey. Oklahoma County staff complied a report of the survey results to get a better understanding of what Oklahoma County citizens want included in the next Master Plan.
UPDATE - September 22, 2017
ACOG (Association of Central Oklahoma Governments) has completed a water study for Oklahoma County. The study was requested by Oklahoma County staff to specifically look at the northwest portion of Oklahoma County. The rapid development in that area in combination with the makeup of the Garber-Wellington Aquifer has raised many concerns. The purpose of the study is to help staff and citizens with the Master Plan Amendment and to inform citizens of the conditions that currently exist. If you have any questions about the study contact Erik Brandt.