The Problem: Parts of the North Tulsa community has suffered neglect when we could be thriving.

The Idea: Bring community members and resources together to make the Phoenix District (the 36th Street North Corridor) a food destination bringing bring people, investors, and positive attention to the community and jumpstart a cycle of growth.

The Hypothesis: If we build a place where food truck entrepreneurs can park in a designated space, community members will have a place to be in the community, support local entrepreneurs, and change the narrative of the North Tulsa and 36th ST. North and to be a spark for future ideas and investment. AND eat some amazing food.

The Experiment:
Tulsa Young Professionals Street Cred, Due North, Builders & Backers pebble grant recipient, Cheryl Lawson, The Phoenix District Development Council, Crossover impact, and other volunteer organizations came together to launch a food truck park in the heart of the Phoenix District, 36th St. North.

Our Soft Launch on Saturday, September 11, 2021, was a huge success and the community and food truck owners are already asking for more dates.

The grand opening on September 18, 2018, was the perfect #918Day activity.

Visit Cheryl’s Builders and Backers Page

Our Goals:

  • Provide access to food in the Phoenix District
  • Encourage economic development
  • Support food entrepreneurs
  • Make 36ST N a food destination in Tulsa

How you can Help:

The Park has reopened for the 2022 season. We’re now booking trucks Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 11 am – 3pm Check our Calendar  

1. We are looking for more trucks to book in the space. The cost is $25 per day for advanced bookings. (down from $35). Please share with food truck owners that you know.
2. If you would like to host a meeting or event in the space, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We want to make sure we have a space for the community to gather.
3. Please follow us @EAT36STN on your favorite platform(s) and share our updates and information.


ABOUT the Location:
Crossover Community Center.