This month, City Council Ward 6 candidate JoBeth Hamon spoke to us about the issues. Here’s the video in case you were unable to make it. Apologies as there are some glitches and gaps. Thanks to our host Stella Nova for the venue and refreshments!
Join your neighbors at the newest downtown coffee shop, Stella Nova, opened just weeks ago, for our November social. Also, while still civically minded, two days after a major election, come listen to JoBeth Hamon speak about the issues she’ll stand for if elected as your Ward 6 council person.
Electric scooters are all the rage in downtown OKC currently, but there’s some public confusion on the policies for riders. If you didn’t attend our October Social, watch City of Oklahoma City Public Works Director Eric Wenger present the latest on the topic in our video (don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!):
Here are a few photos from the event as well:
Get a great view of of our beautiful downtown skyline from one of the original rooftop destinations at The Montgomery! Our speaker this month will be Public Works Director, Eric Wenger, addressing the topic of electric scooters, just two days after ordinance changes are scheduled to be discussed at a City Council Meeting.
If you had hoped to hear Ward 6 candidate Nathaniel Harding speak but were unable to make it, you’re in luck, as his entire talk is available on video (don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!):
Here are a couple of photos as well:
Get a great view of our beautiful downtown skyline from one of the newest rooftop destinations, Walker Terrace! Food is courtesy of MassMutual Oklahoma, and drinks are provided by UN. Our guest speaker this month will be Ward 6 (West Downtown) Candidate Nathaniel Harding.
Parking is available in the lot immediately north of the Walker Building (SE corner of 13th and Walker).
Neighbors Night Out is a city-wide event organized by the Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma, with participation from the Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma City Fire Department, Waste Management and local Target Stores. Each neighborhood celebrates in its own way, and in 2017, thousands of OKC Metro Area citizens celebrated at over 90 Neighborhood Events. Join your downtown neighbors at the Urban Neighbors Community Garden. BYOB and/or BYOP(icnic) and get to know your neighbors!
Neighbors, this month we step just outside our boundaries to visit the historic Henry Overholser Mansion (405 NW 15th St). We’ll meet and greet with refreshments, provided by our neighborhood Homeland, in the Carriage House, hear from our guest speaker Cayla Lewis, executive director of Preservation Oklahoma, and close with a tour of the mansion. Street parking in the neighborhood is the norm for this venue.