- Est. 2012 -
photo : Doug Loudenback
Accident and injury medical care services
Residential and Commercial Real Estate
Financial Planning Services
Manual Physical Therapy Services
Financial Management for Businesses
Mental Health Services (therapy, rehab, outpatient)
Public Relations, Advertising & Marketing
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Restaurant & Bar
Christian Science Library and Historical Research Center
Council on American-Islamic Relations
Free Mental Health Services
Health Care Services
Counseling and Treatment for Children & Families
If you’re not a Founders District dues-paying member, now’s the time to join! Whether you live in, work in, promote business in, or play a supporting role, you’ll share in the beautification and restoration of the historic Founders District and its networking opportunities. Your annual paid membership enables you to help provide and maintain an appealing and safe neighborhood, vote on items presented at the annual business meeting, be listed in the district directory, and participate in district networking events and social gatherings.
Please email us for more information or to join!
Donations are always welcome and needed to cover the costs of neighborhood beautification projects and are tax deductible when made to our fund
(FS # 1163) at Communities Foundation of Oklahoma, a 501c3 organization.
__________$120 Very Small Businesses with less than 10 full-time employees
__________$250 Small Businesses with 10 to 49 full-time employees
__________$500 Medium-sized Businesses with 50 to 99 full-time employees
__________$1000 Large Businesses with 100 or more full-time employees
WHEN: April (Details TBA)
Established in 2012, the purpose of the association shall be to promote a better community through group action. We aim to improve and beautify our neighborhood, educate our members in the prevention of crime and vandalism by working cooperatively with OCPD, and improve our neighborhood and community relationships.
We serve the community within these boundaries:
North: NW 59th
South: NW Expressway
West: Independence Avenue
East: N. May Avenue
In the Heart of NW OKC
Archivist, Daystar Foundation & Library
Leasing and Sales, LaGree Associates
- Added irrigation and landscaping to medians
- Association formed
- 36 trees planted as a result of OKC Beautiful grant
- Member organization, Daystar Foundation & Library receives Chesapeake Energy Corporate Award for United Founders Blvd. beautification project on behalf of the neighborhood
- 1st Litterblitz held
- Street lights installed after major fund-raising campaign
- Metal Founders District signs installed on new street light poles
- Founders District 52 year anniversary banners installed (for two separate 90 day periods) along NW Expressway recognizing those contributing to the 2013 street light project
- 10 trees planted along Drexel
-Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb speaks to UFNA members at luncheon organized by the association
-1st Annual Summer Social
-1st Annual Founders District Heritage Night in conjunction with National Night Out, Neighborhood Alliance, and Okie Mod Squad
- Sign toppers installed over street signs
-5th Litter Blitz held
-2nd Annual Summer Social held to celebrate opening of Residence Inn
-2nd Annual Fall Food Truck Friday held
photo : Doug Loudenback
Founders District is a historical business and residential community in northwest Oklahoma City. Originally platted in 1963 as United Founders Life Plaza, it is anchored by two architecturally significant buildings both erected in 1964, the 275 foot United Founders Life Tower and the mid-century modern Founders Bank building, locally famous for its soaring arches.
For many years, the area was considered an attractive and vibrant part of Oklahoma City. But over a period of ensuing years, the integrity of the area was compromised as properties were sold, business operators changed, and the City in general experienced the economic challenges of the mid-1980s.
However, recently, a vision among property owners has propelled a restoration--a revitalization and re-beautification--of the area. In addition to the major 2007 conversion of the historic and iconic Founders Tower in to over 60 luxury residences, since 2010 ten of the neighborhood's boulevard medians have been irrigated and landscaped, street lights have been added, trees have been planted, buildings have been purchased and renovated, and new businesses have been established.
This neighborhood association has been incorporated to administer and promote the neighborhood's revitalization process.