Overview

Aerial Photography
 
Demographics
 
Map and Data Resource Links
 

Map Gallery

 

 

 

Overview

Since 1967, INCOG has been collecting and using geographic information to support the decision and policy making of elected officials and community planners. Using geographic information systems (GIS), INCOG maintains a strong regional and local mapping program. INCOG continues to provide a variety of mapping and data resources to support our agency programs and member governments. GIS is a proven tool in spatial analysis and support of how local governments operate.

In addition to providing high quality map products to our member governments and agency departments, we also offer mapping services to the public. The list below provides an example of mapping products that are available for purchase.

  • Historical Aerial Photography (dating back to 1950)
  • Current Aerial Photography
  • 2-foot Digital Elevation Contours
  • Regional Corporate Limits Maps

As computer technology has advanced, INCOG has migrated our spatial data and aerial imagery into an Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) ArcSDE Enterprise geodatabase. This has given us the capability to migrate many of our mapping products to online web maps that remain up to date and available to the public to at no charge.

By optimizing the acquisition, organization, analysis, and dissemination of authoritative GIS data and aerial imagery, INCOG has become a respected and reliable regional spatial data warehouse serving the needs of its member communities.

For more information, contact:
Barbara Gibson, Manager
918-579-9428
bgibson@incog.org

Aerial Photography
We contract with a reputable vender to collect, process, and deliver high quality, color aerial ortho-imagery.

Our coverage area is approximately 942 square miles and encompasses all the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County, as well as the City of Sapulpa in Creek County, the cities of Sand Springs and Skiatook in Osage County, the cities of Catoosa, Collinsville, Claremore, Owasso and Verdigris in Rogers County, and the city of Broken Arrow in Wagoner County. INCOG members within the coverage area receive a set of aerial photographs either in digital format, for those with GIS, or large size paper plots for those communities not using GIS currently.

Aerial photographs are made available to the public for a fee.  See maps and pricing list for more details.

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Demographics
Demographic data is the basis behind many of our planning department efforts, transportation planning models and projections, and agency wide grant applications. INCOG works closely with our members and departments to provide the most up to date demographic information available. The Map Gallery has a host of maps displaying a variety of different data topics. Topics include Land use, Zoning, school district boundaries, census boundaries, traffic counts, and floodplains, to name a few.

The table below shows the area communities population change over time. Other links to data sources for demographics can be found in the maps and data resources links.


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Map and Data Resource Links

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