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Eastern Oklahoma’s Leading Source for Population and Socioeconomic Data 

In 2006, the Community Service Council became one of 52 community, regional and national organizations to be designated a Census Information Center (CIC).The CIC program is a partnership between the U.S. Census Bureau and select non-profit national and community-based organizations whose mission is to promote and provide timely access to Census Bureau data and products to empower underserved population groups. The following publications are published by CSC’s Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma. Please email Melanie with questions or to sign up for our newsletters. 


This weekly e-newsletter, produced by CSC’s Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma, highlights data generated from the US Census Bureau and through CSC’s Data and Systems Development Task Forces.


This monthly e-newsletter is prepared and distributed by the Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma, a program of the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa, and supported by the Metropolitan Human Services Commission. Data Blast is intended to inform and educate people in eastern Oklahoma about population, economic, educational, health and social trends in our local communities as well as in our state and nation.

JANUARY/FEBRUARY > How Healthy is Oklahoma?

MARCH > 2020 Census & the American Community Survey

APRIL > 2-1-1 Oklahoma Requests for Assistance as an Indicator of Community Need 

MAY/JUNE > 211 Oklahoma and Community Needs

AUGUST > Tulsa County Education Trends

Part I. American Community Survey 2016 Data


Improving Oklahomans’ Lives through Research, Planning and Action