MAPS 3 is a capital improvements program in Oklahoma City that uses a one-cent, limited-term sales tax to pay for debt-free projects that improve our quality of life.
The construction phase of MAPS 3 is well under way, with the final project expected to be finished in 2021.
The City Council oversees MAPS 3 with the help of a Citizens Advisory Board composed of members the Mayor appoints and the Council confirms. A subcommittee chaired by an advisory board member guides each project from start to finish. The board and subcommittee members are Oklahoma City residents who are civic-minded stakeholders in the MAPS 3 projects.
- Projects: Convention Center | Downtown Public Park | Modern Streetcar and Transit | Oklahoma State Fairgrounds Improvements | Senior Health & Wellness Centers | Oklahoma River Improvements | Trails | Sidewalks
- Voter approved: Dec. 8, 2009
- Tax duration: April 2010 to December 2017
- Construction duration: 2012 to 2021 (scheduled)
- Total budget: $777 million