About Us

The Renaissance Neighborhood Association (RNA) was established in 1995 when a group of neighbors got together to help stop the destruction of the historic Max Campbell Building.  The building is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

The Campbell Hotel has been completely renovated and is open for business.  

The Renaissance Neighborhood is nestled in the heart of Tulsa's historic midtown.  It is defined by the area between 11th Street to 15th Street and from Harvard to Lewis.  

Flanked by "Cherry Street" (15th) and Route 66 (11th), this neighborhood enjoys many local restaurants, boutique shops, art galleries, antique shops and funky vintage stores.  Homes in this area were built mostly in the 1920s and 1930s.  Various architectural styles are found here including the Craftsman Bungalow, Colonial and Tudor Revival which are framed beautifully by mature trees and landscaping.  We value Tulsa's history by preserving the integrity and style of our homes and environment.

Current Board Members (Volunteer):

President: Angela Flax
VP: Casey Morgan
Treasurer: Glenn Hall
Secretary: Arena Marsh Mueller
Webmaster: Carla Robinson
Members at large: Bucky Cordray, Juli Couch, Amber Helvey and Tom Neal 

General information about the neighborhood:

  • We are in City Council District 4. Our current city councilor is Blake Ewing
  • We are in the school districts of Kendall-Whittier Elementary and Nathan Hale Jr/Sr High School.
  • The closest grocery store is Reasor’s at 15th and Lewis
  • We have two parks within the neighborhood; "Gary Park" on Gary Ave. between 12th and 13th and "City View Park" is at 13th and Atlanta Pl.
Highlights of RNA accomplishments:
  • Picnic tables placed at City View Park
  • Utilizing the City of Tulsa's free dumpster program for spring and fall cleaning
  • RNA website 
  • Annual neighborhood "Chili Challenge"
  • Annual summer "Park Fest"
  • Installation of speed humps to calm traffic concerns