Resources & Key Info
City of Catoosa Website
Official website for Catoosa, Oklahoma.
Tulsa - Port of Catoosa
Official website for the Tulsa Port of Catoosa - a multi-modal shipping complex and 2,000-acre industrial park located just 5 miles north of Catoosa.
Official website for Rogers County government and programs.
Rogers County Interactive GIS Map
Website for looking up properties or areas in Rogers County to see property size and borders, ownership, zoning, flood map zones and more.
Rogers County Economic Development
Official website for Rogers County Development supporting industrial, commercial, retail, and residential growth in Rogers County, OK.
Tulsa Better Business Bureau
Find useful tips from the BBB, research a business, explore the membership roster or resolve a dispute. This site sheds light on Oklahoma businesses.
State of Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s Official website. Find information on state agencies, legislators, tourism and history. This is a wonderful informative tool for business owners and citizens of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Sight and building locations for business and industry, data and statistics, business incentives, etc……
Oklahoma Small Business Development Center
OSBDC is packed with information helpful to all Oklahoma businesses. If you are starting a business in Oklahoma, this is a MUST SEE sight.
Oklahoma Department of Labor
Workers compensation information, safety standards, licensing and statistical research and much more.
Oklahoma Tax Commission
Got Tax questions? This site has the answers and the forms you need.
The Oklahoma Professional Economic Development Council is an organization of economic development practitioners and advocates promoting a competitive business climate through legislative initiatives, coalition building, and professional development.
The Research Institute for Economic Development (RIED) unveils the activity of each legislator relative to business, economic development, jobs and elevation of income issues.
The legislature shapes the business environment under which the private sector must operate. While the government continues to grow at a rapid pace, the people of our state now rank 46th in the nation in income. Is your legislator a part of the answer or a part of the problem? Review the research and find out.
Small Business Administration
Since its founding on July 30, 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology
The state’s only agencies focusing solely on technology – its development, transfer, commercialization, and impact on our state’s economy.
U.S. Business Statistics
A gateway to statistics for U.S. Businesses (SUSB)
U.S. Business Advisor
One-stop access to federal government information service & transactions.
2000 Census Bureau
Statistical Information collected from the 2000 Census.
Environmental Protection Agency
Compliance Assistance Center
Federal Trade Commission
The Federal Trade Commission enforces a variety of federal antitrust and consumer protection laws.
U.S. Department of Labor
Find OSHA Compliance assistance, as well as, statistical information, research and publications.
Internal Revenue Service
Find out anything and everything you want to know about our ever-changing tax laws.