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HOUSING

INCOG provides policy development, planning and administrative services for the Metropolitan Tulsa (Tulsa County) HOME Consortium. The Consortium is a collaborative effort of twenty-four Tulsa area governments working together to provide affordable housing with assistance through the federal HOME Program. 

Program components include:

  • Elderly Congregate Housing
  • Homebuyer Downpayment and Closing Cost Assistance
  • New Construction of Affordable Single Family Housing

For more information about the HOME Consortium,
Click here for theTulsa County Consolidated Plan 2018-2022

Click here for the Tulsa County 2020 Annual Action Plan for HOME and CDBG

Click here for the Substantial Amendment to the
Tulsa County HOME Consortium& Tulsa County Community Development Block Grant Urban County
Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Action Plan

Click here for the Draft Tulsa County FY2021 Annual Action Plan

Click here for the Tulsa County 2019 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)


Notice of Availability of Tulsa County Annual Action Plan 2021
for Home Investment Partnerships Program and Community Development Block Grant Program

Tulsa County annually prepares a Consolidated Annual Action Plan which describes how HOME and CDBG funds will be invested to address housing needs for the 18 cities and 6 Counties within the Metropolitan Tulsa HOME Consortium area and non-housing community development needs for the 11 cities within the Tulsa County CDBG Urban County. Tulsa County will receive $1,129,626 in FY 2021 HOME funds and $1,463,125 in FY 2021 CDBG funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Beginning April 15, 2021, a draft 2021 Annual Action Plan covering these funding allocations will be available for a 30- day public review period. The Annual Action Plan will be available online at www.tulsacounty.org and www.incog.org The public is invited to review the document online and make comments on the proposed projects. The Plan will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by May 15, 2021. Please address any questions or comments to INCOG, 2 West 2nd St., Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103.

Tulsa County annually prepares a Consolidated Annual Action Plan which describes how HOME and CDBG funds will be invested to address housing needs for the 18 cities and 6 Counties within the Metropolitan Tulsa HOME Consortium area and non-housing community development needs for the 11 cities within the Tulsa County CDBG Urban County. Tulsa County will receive $1,129,626 in FY 2021 HOME funds and $1,463,125 in FY 2021 CDBG funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Beginning April 15, 2021, a draft 2021 Annual Action Plan covering these funding allocations will be available for a 30- day public review period. The Annual Action Plan will be available online at www.tulsacounty.org and www.incog.org The public is invited to review the document online and make comments on the proposed projects. The Plan will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by May 15, 2021.

Please address any questions or comments to INCOG, 2 West 2nd St., Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103.


For more information, contact:
Claudia Brierre,
Principal Community Development Planner
918-579-9431
cbrierre@incog.org

Elderly Housing Program
Since the inception of the HOME Consortium, INCOG has partnered with community-based organizations to provide affordable elderly housing. The housing developments are designed especially for seniors who are at least 62 years old, have limited resources, and are socially and functionally independent. 

Each apartment has its own kitchen, small living area, private bath, large closet, and either one or two bedrooms.  The apartments also have individually controlled central heat and air-conditioning. All apartments meet or exceed the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act and at least two apartments are specifically designed for disabled residents. The facilities include extensive common areas and a variety of services and amenities that typically include meeting rooms, space for arts and crafts, beauty salons, and more. Properties are owned by Vintage Housing, a subsidiary of Life Senior Services and managed by Wilhoit Properties.

Apartment complexes developed through the efforts of INCOG include:

  • Pioneer Village, Jenks, OK
  • Carriage Crossing, Coweta, OK
  • Hickory Crossing, Sapulpa, OK
  • Vandever House, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Cardinal Heights, Collinsville, OK
  • Autumn Park, Bixby, OK
  • West Oak Village, Skiatook, OK
  • Woodland Village, Bristow, OK
  • Redbud Village, Glenpool, OK
  • Prairie Village, Owasso, OK
  • Kenosha Landing, Broken Arrow, OK
  • Heartland Village, Sand Springs, OK

Contact Wilhoit Properties at 417-883-1632 for resident qualifications and unit availability.

For more information, go to: www.seniorline.org/seniorline/vintagehousing.asp

Two other apartment buildings developed through the efforts of INCOG include:

  • Wells Building, Sapulpa, OK
  • Berryhill Building, Sapulpa, OK

Contact Metro Plains at https://www.metroplains.com/index.html for resident qualifications and unit availability.

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Other Housing Programs
Homebuyer Downpayment and Closing Cost Assistance
Direct downpayment and closing cost assistance of up to $5,000 to income qualified homebuyers to facilitate the home purchase process. This program is administered by Community Action Resource Development (CARD) and Housing Partners of Tulsa (HPT) 

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