Mayor Cornett - the Facts on MAPS
Keep our economy strong, create jobs, and improve public safety by putting more police and firefighters on the street. Vote YES on Dec 8 for OKC.
Leaders Agree - Vote YES for MAPS Dec. 8
Ron Norick, OKC Mayor 1987-1998
George Nigh - OK Governor 1979-1987
David Prater - OK County District Attorney
Jane Jayroe - Former OK Tourism Director and
Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry all agree - the leaders of OKC have a proven track record we can trust. Vote YES on Dec. 8
YES for MAPS on Dec. 8 - Testimonials
You don't have to take our word for it -- local citizens speak out on MAPS. A YES vote will not raise taxes, and will help our community in so many ways - economically, physically, socially, and more - all while keeping us safer. Vote YES on Dec. 8 to keep OKC moving!
More Testimonials for MAPS - YES on Dec. 8!
You don't have to take our word for it -- more local citizens speak out on MAPS and its numerous positive effects. Vote YES on Dec. 8, and let's keep building a city in which we want to live!
Learn even more about the new MAPS proposal at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's Breaking Through Luncheons. This special three-part series will feature Mayor Cornett and guest speakers giving details and answering questions about the new MAPS projects.
Session 3 - Nov. 16: Embracing Oklahoma City's recreation and health
The Breaking Through sessions on MAPS have now been completed. See video of all three presentations here!
Luncheon #3 ("Embracing OKC's Recreation and Health" with Mayor Cornett and Mayor Patrick Hays, North Little Rock, Arkansas):
Miss the second luncheon ("Creating a dynamic world-class destination park")? No problem! Watch it here:
Missed the first luncheon? No problem! Check out the video archive below.
Video of Session #1: convention center, river improvements / public whitewater facility, and State Fair Park improvements featuring Mayor Cornett and Joe Jacobi, Olympic Gold Medalist (Whitewater Canoe Slalom) and Acting Executive Director USA Canoe / Kayak
Downloads & Animations
Post-MAPS home video from the future!
Wonder what a post-MAPS OKC might look like? Check it out: