Public invited to provide input on proposed 36th Avenue NW reconstruction project

The City of Norman and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation are hosting a virtual public meeting on a proposed reconstruction project on 36th Avenue NW from Tecumseh Road to Indian Hills Road. The purpose of the meeting is to gather input from members of the public and stakeholder groups on the proposed project.

The online meeting will be held Thursday, July 30 at 6 p.m. on the City’s YouTube channel, Cox channel 20 and AT&T Uverse channel 99. For those who do not have access to the broadcast, there will be limited seating in the City Council Chambers.  However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we ask that, if you can attend remotely, you do so, and that those attending in person wear a mask while in the building.  

The proposed project consists of widening 36th Avenue NW from north of Tecumseh Road to north of Indian Hills Road from two lanes to a four lane roadway with five-feet-wide on street bike lanes. This project also includes intersection improvements at Franklin Road and Indian Hills Road. The upgrades to 36th Avenue NW will provide a safer and more efficient transportation corridor for the traveling public.

Those wishing to submit comments to assist in identifying critical social, economic, and environmental effects of the project should do so by filling out a public input form. The form can be submitted by email at Comments are due by August 13.

The City of Norman strives to accommodate the needs of all residents, including those who may be disabled.  If you would like to attend this meeting but find it difficult because of a disability, architectural barrier, or another special need, please contact Mr. Paul D’Andrea at (405) 366-5319, by email at   


View the presentation for the meeting here