The City of Tulsa and neighboring communities have contracted with the Indian Nation Council of Governments (INCOG) to coordinate city and county planning services. INCOG is a gold mine of information. Their interactive maps are powered by ESRI, a private company in California that does maps for just about anyone, especially the US government.
These maps are constantly being updated, therefore they surpass any other maps for current information.
Here is a dynamic map of neighborhood associations within the City of Tulsa.
Interactive Map of City of Tulsa Neighborhood Associations
Notice that there are neighborhood associations nested hierarchically inside of other neighborhood associations.
With the interactive map, Tulsa residents can enter their address into the search bar and see their association boundaries and contact persons for their specific neighborhood-or homeowners association.
An enhanced search function is also available for individuals interested in looking for various neighborhood associations, homeowner’s associations, block groups, business associations, alert neighbors groups, umbrella associations or council districts.
CLick on each bubble to find the contact persons for each neighborhood association.
As of December 2016 the City of Tulsa had 369 organized groups within the Tulsa city limits. That number continues to change.
For information about living with a homeowner’s association, visit my blog post: Become Familiar with HOA Requirements.
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