City Strategic Plan, July 2022
The City Strategic Plan focuses on financial excellence, economic growth, infrastructure and community partnership, outlines the City’s vision, mission and values and identifies strategic priorities and key objectives that will guide City operations over the next three to five years.
Commissioned by the Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Bartlesville in 2012, the Angelou Strategic Plan evaluated the conditions of Bartlesville’s quality of life and retail market and offered potential strategies for improvement. The plan is broken into five phases: Economic and Demographic, Quality of Life Assessment, Strategic Recommendations and Community Scorecard.
Downtown Master Plan: A Community Vision, February 2004
Completed in 2004, the Downtown Master Plan served as a community guide to help Bartlesville maintain a vibrant and health downtown area. This plan covers downtown buildings and streets, business and residential use, as well as parking and landscaping.
This 2009 plan offered an in-depth look at downtown Bartlesville and potential strategies and improvements.
U.S. Highway 75 Corridor Study and Master Plan, September 2003
This plan looks specifically at the needs and development possibilities along the U.S. Highway 75 corridor.
West Bartlesville Redevelopment Plan, April 2011
A comprehensive vision applying specifically to the western portions of Bartlesville, this 2011 plan provides a framework for improvements for west Bartlesville neighborhoods and identifies potential catalyst project for change.
Parks & Recreation Development Plan, October 2009
This 2009 plan served as a 10-year road map for the Parks and Recreation Department. The plan provides direction and strategies for parks, land, recreation programming and recreation facilities.
In 2008 the City Council formed the Affordable Housing Task Force and directed it to initiate a self-evaluation of its ordinances, codes, regulations, policies and procedures and report back with possible modifications that might assist in increasing the supply of affordable housing in the community. This plan is the result of that effort.
This 1998 five-part plan looks at the planning process, early history and significant physical characteristics of Bartlesville, projections and forecasts for the metropolitan area, and standards and physical development of the community.