Tulsa Travel Guide

Health & Safety

Take precautions as you would in any other larger American city. Generally speaking, the areas of Tulsa immediately north and east of downtown have a rough reputation and caution should be taken.
The tornado sirens are tested at noon on Wednesday, but they are not tested if it is rainy, stormy, or very windy. You might want to check the tornado safety page if you are visiting Tulsa. Tornado season is normally in the spring and early summer, but they can occur anytime during the year.
Oklahoma Weather is very harsh on road conditions and road repairs are needed on an almost yearly basis. Please be prepared to slow down or stop for road workers as fines double for accidents in work zones as specified by Oklahoma State Law.
Swimming in the Arkansas River is inadvisable due to the large amounts of pollution and the currents created by the dams near downtown.
The intersections along 71st Street, especially the one at Memorial, are amongst the most dangerous in America. Drive defensively.

source: Wikivoyage

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