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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!

What Will MAPS Do For Our Community?

All about MAPS: About MAPS and why we need to continue our momentum
Download About MAPS video here

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:

Download whitewater center video

Download convention center rendering

Download transit / streetcar animation

Download World-class Destination Park concept rendering

Download World-class Destination Park concept rendering - bird's eye

Download YES for MAPS logo here

Contact us:
YES for MAPS Coalition
PO Box 2331
OKC, OK 73101

Sign up for email alerts, volunteer, or request yard signs / stickers here and text alerts below (or text YESMAPS to 41411), be our friend on our social media sites (and spread the word to your friends), and donate to the campaign.


Paid for by the YES for MAPS Coalition


Join the Coalition!

  • Bricktown Association
  • Greater Oklahoma City Metro Hotel Association
  • OKC Beautiful
  • American Institute of Architects - Central OK Chapter
  • Neighborhood Alliance of Central Oklahoma
  • Downtown OKC Inc
  • Oklahoma City All Sports Association
  • Triathlon Club of OKC (TRI-OKC)
  • Greater Oklahoma City Chamber
  • Olympic Sports Engagement Committee
  • 2012: Friends of the Oklahoma River
  • OnTrac
  • Modern Transit Project
  • Oklahoma City Asian District Association
  • Capitol Hill Main Street
  • Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association
  • Oklahoma Transit Association
  • Downtown Club of Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma City University
  • The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools
  • Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park
  • Oklahoma State Fair, Inc.
  • Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma - Building Chapter
  • Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Oklahoma City
  • Oklahoma City Metropolitan Association of Realtors
  • Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association
  • Oklahoma City Trails Advisory Committee
  • OKC Velo Club
  • South Oklahoma City Chamber
  • Arts Council of Oklahoma City
  • Commercial Real Estate Council (CREC) of Oklahoma City
  • The Northwest Chamber
  • Stockyards City Main Street
  • Oklahoma Bicycle Society
  • Automobile Alley
  • Myriad Gardens Foundation
  • Sierra Club - Cimarron Group
  • National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) - Oklahoma Chapter
  • Oklahoma Fit Kids Coalition
  • Plaza District Association
  • Alliance for Public Transportation
  • Hispanic Action Coalition
  • Nuestra Comunidad Spanish / English Newspaper
  • Capitol Chamber of Commerce
  • YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City
  • Block 42 Owners Association
  • Urban Neighbors
  • Oklahoma Building and Trades Council
  • Bricklayers & Allied Craft workers Local 5
  • Electrical Workers Local 1141
  • Elevator Constructors Local 63
  • Insulators Local 94
  • Ironworkers Local 48
  • Laborers Local 107
  • Operating Engineers Local 627
  • Painters Local 807
  • Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 344
  • Roofers Local 143
  • Sheet Metal Workers Local 124
  • Sprinkler Fitters Local 669
  • Dustin Sadler
  • Jill Adler
  • Casey C. Harness
  • Ernest Abrogar
  • Rob Anderson
  • Michael Kennedy
  • Aaron M. Arnall
  • Alonzo J. Adams
  • Keith McKinney
  • Ronald D. Payne
  • Gene Goforth
  • Matthew Mclarty
  • Casey Cornett
  • Joe Bosley
  • Jason D. Brown
  • Mary Blankenship Pointer
  • Michael Morrison
  • Boldt Construction
  • Judy Hatfield
  • Sharon Freeny
  • Schnake Turnbo Frank | PR
  • Timberlake Construction Co., Inc.
  • Dustin Gabus
  • Joey Allen
  • King's Limousine & Private Jet
  • Allen Brown
  • Bryan Newell
  • Devery and Karen Youngblood
  • Ronald Zawisza
  • Corbin See
  • JHBR Architecture, Inc.
  • Elena Listen
  • Midwest Wrecking Co
  • Leslie V. Batchelor
  • Cy Perkins
  • Jeff Click Homes
  • Midwest Housing Equity Group, Inc.
  • Kenyon Morgan
  • Jason Black
  • Hans and Torrey Butzer
  • Trina Kopacka Morrison
  • 308 Design Collaborative
  • Ani Dominguez
  • Mark Bledsoe
  • Wheeler Dealer Bicycle Shop
  • Matthew Woodson
  • Sara Cowan of Deluxe Indie Craft Bazaar
  • Tristan Shutt
  • John Roy
  • Michael Hinchey
  • gsb-inc architects
  • Kresta Logan
  • Tony Cancemi
  • Cindy Mason
  • Caitlan Russell
  • Walter R. Floyd
  • Lenice Keim
  • Mary Jo Hope
  • Joanna DeMoe
  • Midtown Deli
  • Jeff Napoliello
  • Mark Pogemiller
  • Clayton and Marnie Taylor
  • Robert Mercer
  • Cynde and Kenny Holloway
  • Doug Dowler
  • Rodney Hall
  • Kurtis Johnson
  • Jim Rogers
  • Jamie Martin
  • Traci Bentley
  • James Bentley
  • Matthew Allen
  • True Wallace
  • Caroline Mathis
  • Blake Jackson
  • Jeri Montgomery
  • Mark S. Beck
  • T.J. Harrison II
  • Frank Miskovsky IV
  • Harold and Sheila Patterson
  • Caleb Hill
  • Adrienne Burden
  • Lester L. Cowden III DDS
  • Greg Fox
  • Jane Garner
  • Jessica and Patrick Ockershauser
  • Nathan & Patricia Berry
  • Bradley Wynn
  • Brandon Rader
  • Ryan Einer
  • Zach Gilliam
  • Stephen Roberts
  • Daniel Theisen
  • Richard Bruner
  • Margaret Dawkins
  • Hugh and Timi Burch
  • Dr. Dodge and Lori Hill
  • Chris Lambert
  • Joe Cornforth
  • Brian Bogert
  • Steve Vaughan
  • Jane Kirton
  • Matt Marcacci
  • David Tedford
  • J.L. "Bart" Bartholomew
  • Peacock Restaurant
  • Frank Miskovsky IV
  • Christiane Faris
  • John and Shanne Cochran
  • Marty and Tiffany Lawson
  • David Shipman
  • Nancy Kitchen
  • Nan Graham
  • Zachary Carrel
  • W. Craig Henry
  • David K. and Toni R. Ragsdale
  • Lyn M. Campbell
  • Dana & Deanne Summers
  • Houston Smith
  • Scott Sanders
  • Thomas Ishmael
  • Damon Hayes-Milligan
  • Christy Hanna
  • Dr. J. Mark Felton
  • Drew Hill
  • Sonny Wilkinson
  • John Wilkinson
  • Blair Summers
  • David & Mona Hedrick
  • Atlee Hickerson
  • Andy Mahbubani/GQ Fashions
  • Lindsay Alyea
  • Ben Housley
  • Levi Dobrinski
  • Dennis Wells
  • Steve Roberts
  • Lambert Dunn
  • AllTec Computers
  • Chris White
  • Titus Construction
  • Todd Lynes
  • Arbor Glen Apartments
  • Fuller Miller Construction
  • The Grant Group
  • Corann Zimmerman
  • Clay Hubbard
  • Gian Santoro
  • Ken and Lindy Adams
  • John and Donna Fink
  • Callie Lawrence
  • John Ricardo
  • Nate Ison
  • Jeff Groves
  • Rachel Hageman-Grose, Realtor
  • Danny K. Houck
  • Phillip A Reed
  • Karel Ford
  • Zora Braun
  • Ron Hooper
  • Melissa Hyatt
  • ...and more! Join today!

MAPS is one of the most aggressive and successful public-private partnerships ever undertaken in the U.S. The original MAPS ($363 million) spurred over $3 billion in private investment.

MAPS for Kids was the first-ever partnership between a city and local school districts.

The new MAPS proposal will NOT raise taxes from current levels.