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2024 REDI Board

James Schaffer - Chairperson

Rosalie Griffith

Tommie Grigg

Scott Roy

Donnie Chasteen

Nick Perry

REDI Current Projects

Fleming Park

-  Full Remodel of Park

-  Funded by Grants & In-Kind Labor

Safe Routes to Schools

-  Manage project & approvals

-  Manage construction of new

    sidewalks and walking paths

-  Funded by Grants & In-Kind Labor

Other Projects that encourage Economic Growth for the Inola Area.

Note:  REDI does not have the authority to make changes to Inola City Limits.  

Inola City Limits Map


Rural Economic Development of Inola

Note:  REDI meets the third Monday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Inola City Hall.

Rural Economic Development of Inola (REDI) is a non-profit organization that aids the Inola city council in public works projects.  Meetings are open to anyone and participation is highly valued.


Rural Economic Development of Inola is committed to the economic development of new and existing businesses in the Town of Inola and surrounding area.


All actions of REDI are fundamentally focused on bringing new businesses and residents to our community.  We can create a more vibrant and cultivated community by:

  • Serving as a conduit between the commercial economic interests in Inola and the municipal government.

  • Encouraging the economic well-being and expansion of the existing commercial businesses located with the town.

  • Responsibly assisting in development properties within Inola in an effort to improve the aesthetics of the town while providing additional revenue, and,

  • Reviewing the Town ordinances, policies, and practices to determine their impact on existing and proposed commercial businesses.

Involvement is encouraged at every level whether you:

  • check the Facebook page once a month to comment on proposals and features you like or don't like

  • show up to meetings and participate in person

  • choose to help write grants and volunteer your time in project completions


You can find out more about REDI by calling City Hall during normal business hours, or emailing Rosalie Griffith directly by clicking HERE.

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