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Senior Transportation Planner

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(Tulsa Planning Office)




As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 situation, our employees are working remotely to the greatest extent possible while continuing to serve our mission.
We strongly encourage our governmental partners and the public to contact us by email or phone during regular business hours. Click here for a list of staff contacts.

Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment New Applications

The Tulsa Planning Office has resumed accepting all applications, though applicants are still encouraged to submit documents by email and by appointment, as most of our employees continue to work remotely.
You can download the appropriate forms online, fill them out, and submit them via email to A member of Tulsa Planning Office staff will contact applicants by telephone to review applications and materials. The cut off dates remain as posted and are available at:

When conducting business in person, face coverings and social distancing are required.

Pursuant to City of Tulsa Ordinance Title 27 Sec 409

Section 5310 Call for Projects and Application Submittal
INCOG, as the designated recipient of the Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities – Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Program funds, is announcing a call for projects. The available funds are for projects that improve transportation for elderly individuals, and people with disabilities.

The deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m., October 30, 2020.

Click here to learn more about the program and access the applications and guidelines.

Transportation Alternatives Projects (TAP) Applications
The Transportation Alternatives Program is an extension of program that began with MAP-21 and extended under the FAST Act legislation signed into law July 6, 2012. For FFY 2019-2020, INCOG expects to have approximately $2.3 million available for projects in the Tulsa Urbanized Area. Examples of eligible projects include, but are not limited to, multi-use trails, sidewalk gaps, mid-block crossings and wayfinding signage for corridors.

The deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m., November 20, 2020.

Click here to learn more about the program and access the applications and guidelines.

It is estimated that a community could miss out on approximately $1,700 per person per year for those who do not respond to the 2020 Census. Do your part in making sure your community does not miss out on funding for transportation, community and economic development, senior services, education and health programs, and much more.

We will be updating these figures daily, but you can track your community's response rate here.

Community 2010 Response Rate

2020 Response Rate
(as of 10/16/2020)

  County 2010 Response Rate

2020 Response Rate
(as of 10/16

Bixby 74.2% 69.1%   Creek 61.0% 61.0%
Broken Arrow 73.9% 78.7%   Osage 59.8% 49.4%
Claremore 69.0% 68.3%   Rogers 67.5% 70.0%
Collinsville 74.0% 75.6%   Tulsa 66.3% 67.6%
Coweta 64.6% 65.6%   Wagoner 64.3% 68.8%
Glenpool 64.7% 75.5%        
Jenks 75.3% 75.6%        
Okmulgee 62.9% 55.8%   State of Oklahoma 62.3% 61.0%
Owasso 74.2% 76.0%   U.S. Response Rate 66.5% 67.0%
Sand Springs 72.1% 72.1%        
Sapulpa 69.1% 67.5%        
Skiatook 66.6%


Tulsa 64.7% 63.9%        
Wagoner 63.3% 64.2%        

Click here to respond to the 2020 U.S. Census online!