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About INCOG

The Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is a voluntary association of local and tribal governments in the Tulsa metropolitan area in northeast Oklahoma. Established in 1967, INCOG is one of 11 Councils of Governments in the State of Oklahoma, and one of several hundred regional planning organizations across the country. INCOG provides planning and coordination services to assist in creating solutions to local and regional challenges in such areas as comprehensive planning, transportation, community and economic development, environmental quality and energy programs, public safety, and services for older adults. INCOG serves Creek, Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties, more than 50 cities and towns located in those counties, and the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), and Osage Nations.

Services

Tulsa Planning Office. The office administers the zoning and planning process for the City of Tulsa and unincorporated areas of Tulsa County and staffs the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (TMAPC), and the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County Boards of Adjustment. The Tulsa Planning Office also includes Destination Districts program, which seeks to revitalize commercial districts across Tulsa.

Transportation Planning and Programs. INCOG is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Tulsa area. As such, INCOG facilitates a cooperative effort with federal, state, and local governments and other transportation agencies to assess the area’s transportation requirements and to develop comprehensive, multi-modal plans and programs that address the needs and goals of the region.

Environmental and Energy Planning. INCOG works with state and federal governmental agencies to implement clean water, air quality, and energy programs for the region.

Community and Economic Development. INCOG provides grant writing and adminstration services to local governments related to programs for public infrastructure improvements, housing, and economic development projects.

Aging Services. As the designated Area Agency on Aging (AAA), INCOG promotes quality of life for seniors in Creek, Osage, and Tulsa counties through advocacy, education, and support of community-based services.

Public Safety. INCOG administers programs that ensure the safety of residents within the region as well as the protection of physical assets through the Regional 9-1-1 Board, Rural Fire Defense, and Homeland Security Region 7 programs.

GIS Resources and Maps. INCOG provides extensive mapping and GIS capabilities for member government needs as well as INCOG programs. Map products are also available to the public for a fee.

Legislative Program. INCOG advocates for and monitors legislation which impacts member governments through the Coalition of Tulsa Area Governments (CTAG).