Oklahoma City, OK, City Council unanimously passed a resolution implementing a healthy vending policy, followed by a policy memorandum from the city manager detailing the policy requirements. – Legislative and Regulatory
Oklahoma signed into law Healthy Food Financing Initiatives. This enabling legislation will serve as a vehicle to begin securing public and private funding to address food access throughout Oklahoma. – Legislative
Oklahoma City voters approved a $967 million bond package and a temporary continuation of a penny sales tax to provide funding for infrastructure and public safety investments, including active transportation projects and improvements. – Ballot Measure
Tulsa, OK, adopted a healthy food procurement vending policy to ensure that healthy food and beverage options are served on city owned and leased properties. – Executive Order
The Oklahoma City Council adopted a Livable Streets policy to create opportunities for residents to be active and travel safely. The transportation policy included increasing bike lanes, sidewalks and crosswalks, ultimately leading to safer streets and improved community health.