Air Quality

Ozone Alert! Program

Transportation Resource Center

Water Quality

Green Country Stormwater Alliance

Energy Programs

Tulsa Area Clean Cities

Metropolitan Environmental Trust (M.e.t.)



The Environmental and Engineering Services Division helps local governments manage clean water and clean air programs. It offers engineering assistance to member governments by reviewing engineering plans and specifications, preparing bid specifications, reviewing subdivision designs, and performing waste load allocations and stream total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) for member governments.

This division works with area governments, state agencies, and the federal government to implement air quality programs, such as the Ozone Alert! and Clean Cities programs.

INCOG is the adminstrator of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant program for both Creek and Tulsa counties. This program is designed to increase the energy efficiency of the county facilities and provide assistance to non-profit organizations to use more sustainable methods of energy use.

INCOG provides special studies, and other engineering assistance as requested.