When new lines were drawn for political districts and voting precincts, our Cleveland County GIS Analyst worked with the county communications team members to create a new map hub with all of Cleveland County’s maps in a single, convenient location.
While the new political divisions inspired the idea for the map hub, the available maps cover a wide range of data and graphic information.
Historic maps of the county go all the way back to 1889. Don’t look for Lake Thunderbird on many of these — it wasn’t built until the 1960s. One of the historical maps is a fun illustrated 1976 map of the City of Norman. Another cool historic map is Ghost Names (and survivors) of Cleveland County including places like Linden, Brendle Corner and Mardock.
Other map groupings are interactive and let you look up your county representatives from commissioner, to state house and senate to U. S. Congress.
From school districts to city boundaries, there are maps for just about everything in Cleveland County.
A FEMA flood map, watersheds, rivers and streams, and drought conditions can be found under the water category.
County facility maps include a variety of county fairgrounds, fair and RV park maps.
Roads includes snow routes and bridges.
A few of the links are story maps which are really more stories than maps, but they do point the direction to useful information and may contain maps as well as other illustrations.
Check out our Map Hub and find a whole new way to explore Cleveland County.