Tulsa, Oklahoma is encouraging digital nomads to relocate.
The City of Tulsa, Oklahoma and the George Kaiser Family Foundation have announced a new program that will offer a $10,000 grant to move and work remotely from Oklahoma for a year.
The Tulsa Remote program is hoping to bring in more workers into the area to contribute to the community. The grant will be spread out over the course of the year and will be handed out to remote workers and entrepreneurs.
Participants will be given an initial $2,500 towards relocation costs, an additional $500 a month, and $1,500 at the end of the year-long program.
Other benefits apart of this program include discounted rent in certain neighborhoods, such as the Tulsa Arts District. Participants will also gain free access to 36 Degrees North, a coworking space that will offer meetups, Wi-Fi, snacks and beverages, and more.
Tulsa is a blossoming city with low living cost and high quality of life, according to Mayor G.T. Bynum.