Dozens of Tulsa government and community leaders meet to plan the city’s path to resiliency.
The city is part of the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities program. Mayor Dewey Bartlett said that means planning for a vast array of contingencies.
"The normal disasters, but also things that probably aren't normal, like financial downfalls, ... immigration issues," Bartlett said. "It could be immunization problems, disease problems, lack of adequate supplies of energy, for example, or even food."