Social Services Hub hours
The Tulsa Landlord Tenant Resource Center operates the Social Services Hub, which is the public-facing venue for LTRC services for anyone facing housing instability or eviction.
The hub is open to the public:
Monday through Thursday | 1-4:30 p.m.
Iron Gate | 501 W. Archer St., Tulsa
What is the Tulsa Landlord Tenant Resource Center?
The Tulsa Landlord Tenant Resource Center (LTRC) launched in October 2020 to provide free services in legal information, pro bono referrals, “know your rights” information for both landlords and tenants, and referrals to housing-supportive social services through the UniteUS Network. LTRC is part of Housing Solutions, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making homelessness in Tulsa rare, brief, and non-recurring. The LTRC operates the Social Services HUB (Eviction Diversion Program) at Iron Gate Mon-Thurs from 1-4:30pm (onsite partners: Restore Hope, Community Cares Partners, Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Financial Empowerment Center, and more).
We believe transparent and accessible data is foundational to our work to make homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring. This dashboard exists to help the community, A Way Home for Tulsa, and all stakeholders understand the state of homeless prevention services offered by the Landlord Tenant Resource Center in the Tulsa City and County area.
While You're Renting
Yes, the landlord must keep the rental property in a fit and habitable (safe and livable) condition.
A landlord must make all repairs necessary to maintain the property in a safe and livable condition.
Only if the tenant or the tenant’s guest caused damage beyond normal wear and tear. Normal wear and tear is property deterioration that occurs from living in the property. For example, carpet wearing out, paint fading, or door handles loosening.
Under certain circumstances, a tenant can repair a rental property and deduct the cost of the repairs from a future rent payment, if they follow certain steps and inform their landlord in writing.
The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV)/Section 8 program is a three prong partnership between the Tulsa Housing Authority (THA), the tenant and the landlord.
The Safe and Healthy Homes Program is a voluntary program through the Tulsa Health Department that provides Tulsa County property owners free courtesy inspections of homes and apartment units to ensure a healthy and safe home for their tenants. Qualifying properties will be enrolled as a THD Safe & Healthy Home.
The Working in Neighborhoods (WIN) department was created by the City of Tulsa to focus on: Housing, Neighborhood Services, Neighborhood Investigations (Code Enforcement) and Animal Welfare.
The City of Tulsa’s Gold Star Landlord Program provides incentives and rewards for landlords and property managers who engage in the best rental practices.
A landlord must make all repairs necessary to maintain the property in a safe and liveable condition.
No, it is illegal for a landlord to lock out a tenant if the tenant breaches the lease.
A landlord must ensure that all rental units are able to have electricity, heat, and running water. That includes maintaining everything needed for those utilities in good and safe working order.
Your tenant has a duty to leave the rental unit clean and without damage (beyond normal wear and tear).