Overview
Air Quality
Ozone Alert! Program
Water Quality
Green Country
Stormwater Alliance
Energy Programs
Tulsa Area Clean Cities
Hazard Mitigation Planning
CPACE
Metropolitan Environmental Trust (M.e.t.)


 

 

Overview

The Office of Energy and Environmental Sustainability offers assistance to member governments through a variety of programs focusing on water quality, floodplain management, air quality, alternative fuels, hazard mitigation, and energy.

The Office of Energy and Environmental Sustainability manages state, regional and local sustainability programs, including Tulsa Air Quality’s Ozone Alert, Green Country Stormwater Alliance, Tulsa Clean Cities, and OK C-PACE.

We work with state and federal agencies on behalf of all our member governments on a wide variety of environmental, health, and energy issues, and provide grant and education support to help improve the quality of life for the residents of Oklahoma. For more information about our programs, please visit their respective websites or webpages through the links provided on the sidebar menu.

 

For more information, contact:
Clinton Johnson, Director
Office of Energy and Environmental Sustainability
918-573-9468
cjohnson@incog.org