The Quality of Life Plan was adopted in April 2011 as a policy document that establishes the guiding development principles for the future growth and quality of life in Owasso.
A new Owasso Zoning Code was adopted by City Council on June 19, 2018. Regulations include but are not limited to permitted uses, height, area, density, landscaping, tree preservation, screening, and signage. These codes should not be used as a substitute for contacting the Community Development Department. The Community Development Department can inform you of any recent updates or other important information that may concern your situation.
The arrangement of parcels of land in Owasso for residential, office, commercial and industrial uses and for public needs, such as streets and
easements, etc. will to a large degree determine the health, safety, economy and quality of life in the city. Such amenities are a public concern. The Owasso Subdivision Regulations are intended to insure the development and maintenance of a safe, healthy, attractive, and efficient
community and provide for the conservation of its human and physical resources.