The ChargeOK Electric Vehicle Charging Grant Program is now open for a second round of applications until September 8, 2020. $1.1 million is available to install charging stations at 15 target locations.
The On-Road Program is also open with $3.5 million to replace or repower diesel medium/heavy-duty trucks and shuttle/transit buses. The On-Road deadline is September 30, 2020. Learn more...
With the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak, I want to assure you that the well-being of our employees, our customers, and all Oklahomans is our top priority. We are committed to making sure our core environmental and public health functions continue during this period. DEQ has taken steps to mitigate impacts so our employees can continue to serve you to the greatest extent possible. This situation remains extremely fluid, and as such, we may need to implement additional measures. For the most up-to-date information on DEQ, please go to our Covid 19 News & Information page and follow DEQ on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
DEQ’s geographic information system (GIS) is used to manage visual representation of data in maps. DEQ uses GIS to make maps that communicate, perform analysis, share information, and solve complex problems helping to make Oklahoma an even better place to live. Visit the DEQ GIS Maps & Data website to explore maps and download data. Data layers on our DEQ Data Viewer include air monitoring sites, Superfund sites, storm water sensitive areas, accredited laboratories and much more.