County Clerk

The County Clerk’s office was established by the Oklahoma Constitution and is governed by Oklahoma Statutes.  The County Clerk serves as the official record keeper of the county.

The duties of the County Clerk are to serve as:

County Recorder:   record and maintain all records pertaining to land including deeds, mortgages, liens, oil and gas leases, plats, and other documents.  Records are available to the original land patent records issued at the Land Run.

County Purchasing Agent:   process all county purchase orders and payments as well as all bids.

County Payroll:  process all payroll, retirement, insurance, federal and state reports for county personnel.

Financial Administration:  Maintain all financial records and ledgers for all county accounts.

Secretary to:  Board of County Commissioners, Excise and Equalization Boards, Tax Roll Correction Board. 

All records are available to the public with limited exception.  Records are available during normal business hours.