U.S. Census Information Center
of Eastern Oklahoma (CIC)
About our Census Information Center (CIC)
The Census Information Center (CIC) Program is a cooperative program between the U.S. Census Bureau and forty-seven national, regional, and local non-profit organizations including Tulsa's Community Service Council. Started nationally in 1988, CIC represents the interests of underserved communities. The centers serve as repositories of Census data and reports, making Census information and data available to the public and the communities they serve. Data are used in areas such as program planning, advocacy, needs assessment, defining service areas, public policy development, developing new business enterprises, and conducting race/ethnic-related research. CIC publications include topical reports and e-newsletters.
Using our Census Information Center
The CIC frequently publishes data reports online. Hard copy information also is available from the Community Service Council during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except holidays). Extensive copies may require a small copy fee of 7 cents per page. For special data requests, please contact Jan Figart. Please place the words "Census Information Center" in the “subject” line of the email. Special requests may require additional time. Extensive searches or analysis of data for presentations or grants may require an additional fee.