The Development Guide is a vital resource for anyone interested in how land is used in Oklahoma City. To learn more about our land use plan, infrastructure and investment, and the themes that guided the creation of the plan, browse the sections below.
Using the Interactive Map, you can browse planokc content based on a specific location. Map layers include the Land Use and Street Typologies, utilities and fire services availability, and environmental layers. Zoning is not included.
The result of the extensive research, analysis, and public outreach summarized in the “Why & How” section of planokc was seven “Big Ideas” that define the overall direction of planokc. These themes are incorporated throughout the Land Use Plan and Element Chapters. The following is an explanation of each of these Big Ideas, presented in no particular order.
The Land Use Plan creates a vision for development throughout the 621 square miles of Oklahoma City. Its formulation was guided by varying types of public input and technical analysis regarding housing, transportation, environment, and the efficiency of providing public services. The Land Use Plan is made up of five primary sections:
One of the most important of the City’s functions is to build and maintain our city’s infrastructure, including the transportation network, parks, and other facilities. This function has a profound influence on land use and place-making. The sections below are designed to provide clear direction to the City and the community about appropriate locations and types of infrastructure.
planokc is Oklahoma City's new comprehensive plan. If this is your first time here, click "Getting Started" to learn how planokc is organized.Getting Started