Posted by: Jennifer Cope, Assignment Editor - email
Colorful signs are going up in neighborhoods around Tulsa to enhance the city's image.
We spotted signs in Brookside and on the west side of town in Carbondale.
The purpose is to enhance the visibility as visitors enter the neighborhoods.
However small the gesture, it gives communities a sense of identity and comes under the city's Working in Neighborhoods program.
"If an existing neighborhood association is interested in finding a particular neighborhood project, I would encourage them to contact our office, and talk to one of the neighborhood liaisons, Ms. Laura Hendrix, and we can get them through the process," says Dwain Midget with the city.
The city also helps groups with cleanup projects as well as identifying sponsors and volunteers.
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