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Longtime Civil Servant Named Tulsa City Administrator

City of Tulsa

The Tulsa City Council tabs Patrick Boulden to serve as Council Administrator for the Council Office beginning August 20.
Boulden recently served as a Special Assistant City Attorney for the City of Stillwater, where he focused on land-use planning and rights-of-way management and is currently the City Prosecutor for the City of Jenks, as well as an Associate Municipal Judge in Tulsa’s municipal court.
“I’m thrilled to have Pat Boulden return to the City of Tulsa,” Council Chair David Patrick said. “His background and extensive knowledge of municipal law will be an invaluable asset to the City Council. Pat will provide excellent leadership for our staff as we continue to serve the citizens of Tulsa.”
Boulden began his career serving eight years as a police officer for the City of Tulsa. He then continued his work with Tulsa, serving 28 years in the City Attorney’s Office. During this tenure, Boulden worked in the fields of human resources, criminal prosecution, labor relations, contracts, zoning, condemnation, environmental law and telecommunications law. While in the Tulsa City Attorney's Office, he served as the manager of the Contracts and Condemnation Division, the Criminal Division and the Real Property and Zoning Division.