Negotiators for Oklahoma City and two unions have reached tentative agreements on new contracts, City Manager Jim Couch said Monday.
Deals with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and the Fraternal Order of Police will first go to union members for ratification.
Couch declined to provide details of the agreements until union members could look at the proposals.
AFSCME represents 1,369 employees across a variety of city departments. The FOP represents 1,042 police department employees.
The city earlier reached a one-year deal with union firefighters. That agreement increases overall budget for fire protection to $103 million, a 3 percent increase over the last contract.