Proposed executive session for the purpose of conferring on matters pertaining to economic development, including the transfer of property, financing, or the creation of a proposal to entice a business to remain or to locate within the North Tulsa area, where public disclosure of the matter discussed would interfere with the development of products or services or would violate the confidentiality of the business, pursuant to Title 25, Section 307(C)(10) of the Oklahoma Statutes.
Jane A. Malone Center at Chamberlain Park, 4940 N. Frankfort Avenue - Upcoming Trunk or Treat, Friday, October 30, 2020) from 6-8:00 p.m.
Next Monthly Meeting is scheduled for November 9, 2020
"Rebuilding North Tulsa One Project at a Time"
Greenwood Art Project - NTEDi' Honoring Simon Berry
TULSA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (NTEDi) is proud to Honor the Legacy of
Black Wall Street Entrepreneur & Trailblazer on Greenwood, Tulsa,
Simon Berry (July 6, 1890 – Unknown)
June 19, 2020 (Lets Talk About History, Experience, Current Events)
NTEDi is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for families in north Tulsa. It is important that we work together and do more to help support the continued development of the north Tulsa community. NTEDi members have worked for more than eight years to design and support revitalization plans for the north Tulsa and the Tulsa community. NTEDi invites you to join us in our efforts, by becoming a member. Please consider membership with us, membership fee for individuals is $50.00 a year.
Membership dues are for 12 months and effective at the time payment is received. We look forward to your and/or the organizations membership in NTEDi, an organization focused on providing support to community based economic development endeavors and building healthy communities.
Get Involved with North Tulsa Economic Development Initiatives
NTEDi is a non-profit organization recognized in the State of Oklahoma; an organization desiring to expand its influence in support of the low income underserved north Tulsa Community. However, in an effort to expand our ability to positively impact the community and Tulsa as a whole we found it necessary to seek non-profit 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue Service.
Economic Development via a public/private partnership (corporation) to ‘Rebuilding North Tulsa one project at a time’. One aspect of the program is to provide a vehicle to create, attract, retain, and expand business,which is primarily carried out through various initiatives listed below: