Broken Arrow Secures $50 Million Reserve Center

City of Broken Arrow officials have been informed that their city will be the site of a new Armed Forces Reserve Center.
Rather than locating the $50 million center in north Tulsa, the Oklahoma Military Department made a decision to purchase land inside Broken Arrow’s fence line.
The 40-acre site, which is being purchased for $800,000 by the OMD with funds allocated by the state, is at 261st East Avenue, bounded on the south by 101st Street and on the north by the Muskogee Turnpike.
The center will provide full-time jobs for more than 60 people and provide a training site for Armed Forces reservists.
It will take about two years to construct the design-build project that will be contracted through the state’s Department of Central Services.



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