Oklahoma City Meeting Planning Guide
Oklahoma City is re-opening at a careful pace and taking the necessary precautions to ensure that your next meeting or convention is not only safe, but also easy and enjoyable.
Meeting Planning Resources
Hotels & Meeting Venues
For easy planning, hotels near downtown Oklahoma City that can accommodate meetings of up to 50 attendees can be found here. All open hotels are committed to cleaning and safety protocols that align with expert guidance; these measures can be found on each hotel's website.
Getting Here & Getting Around
Throughout the travel journey to and from Oklahoma City, it is important to know the COVID-19 guidelines in place for each airport or stop along the way. Visit FlyOKC.com for the most recent updates from OKC's Will Rogers World Airport, including the current procedures its major airlines are following.
While in the city, there are several convenient options for getting around, like the downtown Oklahoma City Streetcar or private transport services. All open public transit modes have adjusted their daily operations to prioritize sanitizing efforts.
Attractions & Things to Do
From high-flying thrills to cultural experiences to outdoor adventures, meeting attendees can choose from many attractions to enjoy while in Oklahoma City that are each carefully following current sanitizing and social distancing guidelines.
Oklahoma City restaurants, bars and other similar venues are now able to open their dining areas provided they follow Oklahoma City-County Health Department guidelines. These locations are currently open for dine-in service and conveniently located in and around downtown OKC.
Oklahoma City Resources
In accordance with state and national guidelines, Oklahoma City's Mayor Holt is consistently evaluating relevant data to determine OKC's next steps and phases for recovery. His most recent proclamation, in addition to other useful information, can be found here.
For the most current updates regarding COVID-19 in Oklahoma, click here.
Medical Community Rules & Capacity
As one of the nation's major centers of health delivery, Oklahoma City employs more than 60,000 health care sector workers. The city's 20 general medical and surgical hospitals, four specialized hospitals and two federal medical installations combine to offer more than 5,000 beds.
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