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Tulsa County

Tulsa County Elected Officials

County Government

  • Tulsa County

    The official website of Tulsa County

  • Tulsa County Commission

    Although they are elected by district, county commissioners are elected to a board and, as such, are responsible to the entire county as the main administrative and business management entity.

  • County Zoning Code

         A comprehensive list of Tulsa County zoning codes

County Services Online

  • Property Assessment Information

    Search properties, apply for homestead and other exemptions, get tax estimates and more from the County Assessor's office.

  • Tax Information

    Pay mortgage and property taxes, view properties for sale and see how your tax dollars are distributed from the County Treasurer.

  • Auctions

    Surplus property, foreclosed property and real estate auction information

  • Green Ride Connect

    A carpool matching program

Other Agencies & Services

The following organizations serve the greater Tulsa County region but do not fall under the auspices of County government.

  • Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG)

    INCOG provides planning and coordination services to assist in creating solutions to local and regional challenges in such areas as land use, transportation, community and economic development, environmental quality, public safety, and services for older adults.

  • Tulsa Health Department

    Tulsa Health Department works to ensure the health of the residents of Tulsa County through education, immunizations, environment health and preventive medicine.

  • Tulsa City-County Library

    Tulsa City-County Library provides service that is high in quality and timeliness while promoting the joy of reading, research, literacy and access to information for people of all ages.

City Of Tulsa

Visiting City Hall at One Technology Center

City hall is located at One Technology Center at 175 E. Second.

Parking: Southest corner of Second Street and Cincinnati Avenue or Williams North Garage at First and Main Streets. $1 for first 30 minutes, then $1 for each additional hour up to $3.50.

Street Level Offices: Cashiers for utility bill payments; parking fine payments; court fine payments; traffic fine payments; and miscellaneous payments. City Clerks Office (legal postings), Tulsa City Council Chamber, Public Works Utilities Services, Building Permits and License Center and Human Resources Employment Office.

City of Tulsa Governance

  • Tulsa City Council

    The Tulsa City Council functions as the legislative and policy development body of the city. The Council passes local laws, reviews and approves the city's annual budget, monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of city operations, conducts investigations, and Councilors listen to concerns and suggestions from the residents of their districts.

  • City Council District Finder

    Locate your Council district by address

  • City Auditor

    The people elect an auditor to keep an independent watch over city operations and the resources they have provided to the government.

Other Agencies and Services

The following organizations are public/private partnerships.

BOK Center

Cox Business Center

Gilcrease Museum

Tulsa Zoo

City Charter and Ordinaces

Historic Codes & Ordinances

Former Tulsa Mayors

Gallery of Mayors (1898-present)

40th     G. T. Bynum

39th     Dewey Bartlett, Jr.

38th     Kathy Taylor

37th     Bill LaFortune

36th     Susan Savage

35th     Rodger A. Randle

34th     Dick Crawford

33rd     Terry Young

32nd    James M. Inhofe

31st     Robert J. LaFortune

30th     James M. Hewgley

29th     James L. Maxwell

28th     George E. Norvell

27th     L. C. Clark

26th     Clancy M. Warren

25th     George H. Stoner

24th     Roy B. Lundy

23rd     Lee Price Jr.

22nd    Olney F. Flynn

21st     Clarence H. Veale

20th     Dr. T. A. Penney

19th     Herman Frederick Newblock

18th     George L. Watkins

17th     Dan W. Patton

16th     Herman Frederick Newblock

15th     T. D. Evans

14th     C. H. Hubbard

13th     John Simmons

12th     Frank M. Wooden

11th     L. J. Martin

10th     John O. Mitchell

9th       W. E. Rohde

8th       John O. Mitchell

7th       Dr. C. L. Reeder

6th       H. R. Cline

5th       George W. Mowbray

4th       George Blakey

3rd       Lewis Poe

2nd      R. N. Bynum

1st       Colonel Edward E. Calkins

 

Tulsa City Councils since 1989

In 1989 Tulsa went to a Mayor/Council form of government. Here is a list of seated Councils since 1989.

1990-1992

District 1: Democrat B.S. Roberts

District 2: Democrat Darla Hall

District 3: Democrat Dorothy DeWitty

District 4: Democrat Gary Watts

District 5: Republican Robert Nelson

District 6: Democrat James Hogue, Sr.

District 7: Republican John Benjamin

District 8: Democrat Richard Polishuk

District 9: Republican Dewey Bartlett, Jr.

1992-1994 

District 1: B.S. Roberts

District 2: Darla Hall

District 3: Mike Patrick

District 4: Gary Watts

District 5: Robert Nelson

District 6: James Hogue

District 7: John Benjamin

District 8: Vickie Cleveland

District 9: Dewey Bartlett 

1994-1996

District 1: Joe Williams

District 2: Darla Hall

District 3: Darrell Gilbert [elected by Primary (no Republican candidate) on Feb. 1 1994. Succeeds Mike Patrick who was electrocuted in a freak accident in April 2003.]

District 4: Gary Watts

District 5: Robert Nelson

District 6: James Hogue/Art Justis (replaced by special election on Feb. 14, 1995 by Art Justis. Hogue resigned to become a judge.  Jusis completed last 13 months of Hogue’s term.)

District 7: John Benjamin (won third term when no candidates filed to challenge)

District 8: Vickie Cleveland (by party Primary)

District 9: James Gardner  

1996-1998

District 1: Joe Williams

District 2: Darla Hall

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Gary Watts

District 5: Sam Roop

District 6: Art Justis

District 7: Terry Doverspike

District 8: Vickie Cleveland

District 9: Robert Gardner 

1998-2000

District 1: Joe Williams (won in February Primary)

District 2: Darla Hall

District 3: David Patrick/Roscoe Turner (Turner elected in November 1998 in a special election after Patrick resigned to run for the State Legislature.)

District 4: Anna Falling

District 5: Sam Roop

District 6: Art Justis

District 7: Terry Doverspike (unopposed)

District 8: Vickie Cleveland (unopposed)

District 9: Brady Pringle, Jr. 

2000-2002

District 1: Joe Williams

District 2: Randi Miller

District 3: Roscoe Turner

District 4: Gary Watts

District 5: Sam Roop

District 6: Art Justis

District 7: Clay Bird

District 8: Todd Huston

District 9: Brady Pringle 

2002-2004

District 1: Joe Williams

District 2: Randi Miller

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Tom Baker

District 5: Sam Roop

District 6: Art Justis

District 7: Randy Sullivan

District 8: Bill Christiansen

District 9: Susan Neal

2004-2006

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Chris Medlock

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Tom Baker

District 5: Sam Roop

District 6: Jim Mautino

District 7: Randy Sullivan

District 8: Bill Christiansen

District 9: Susan Neal

2006-2008

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Rick Westcott

District 3: Roscoe Turner

District 4: Maria Barnes

District 5: Bill Martinson

District 6: Jim Mautino

District 7: John Eagleton

District 8: Bill Christiansen

District 9: Cason Carter

2008-2010

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Rick Westcott

District 3: Roscoe Turner

District 4: Eric Gomez

District 5: Bill Martinson

District 6: Dennis Troyer

District 7: John Eagleton

District 8: Bill Christiansen

District 9: G.T. Bynum

2010-2012

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Rick Westcott

District 3: Roscoe Turner

District 4: Maria Barnes

District 5: Chris Trail

District 6: Jim Mautino

District 7: John Eagleton

District 8: Bill Christiansen

District 9: G.T. Bynum

2012-2014

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Jeannie Cue

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Blake Ewing

District 5: Karen Gilbert

District 6: Byron "Skip" Steele

District 7: Thomas Mansur

District 8: Phil Lakin, Jr.

District 9: G.T. Bynum

2014-2016

District 1: Jack Henderson

District 2: Jeannie Cue

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Blake Ewing

District 5: Karen Gilbert

District 6: Connie Dodson

District 7: Anna America

District 8: Phil Lakin, Jr.

District 9: G.T. Bynum

2016-2018

District 1: Vanessa Hall-Harper

District 2: Jeannie Cue

District 3: David Patrick

District 4: Blake Ewing

District 5: Karen Gilbert

District 6: Connie Dodson

District 7: Anna America

District 8: Phil Lakin, Jr.

District 9: Ben Kimbro

2018-2020

District 1: Vanessa Hall-Harper

District 2: Jeannie Cue

District 3: Crista Patrick

District 4: Kara Joy McKee

District 5: Cass Fahler

District 6: Connie Dodson

District 7: Lori Decter Wright

District 8: Phil Lakin, Jr.

District 9: Ben Kimbro

 

Building Codes

Current Building Codes

Code                                                                                  Related Ordinance

International Building Code, 2006 edition                          Ordinance #21782 (April 29, 2008)

International Existing Building Code, 2006 edition            Ordinance #21781 (April 29, 2008)

International Residential Code, 2000 edition                     Ordinance #20395 (July 26, 2002)

Historic One & Two-Family Residential Code

International Residential Code for One & Two-Family Dwellings, 2000 edition      Ordinance #20395 (July 26, 2002)

CABO for One & Two-Family Dwelling Code, 1995, edition                                   Ordinance #18653 (May 30, 1996)

CABO for One & Two-Family Dwelling Code, 1992 edition                                    Ordinance #18007 (August 27, 1993)

CABO for One & Two-Family Dwelling Code, 1989 edition                                    Ordinance #17325 (May 16, 1990)

Historic Existing Building Codes

International Existing Building Code, 2006 edition            Ordinance #21781 (April 29, 2008)

International Existing Building Code, 2003 edition            Ordinance #20727 (April 14, 2004)

International Existing Building Code, 2001 edition            Ordinance #20245 (November 21, 2001)

Historic Building Code for New Construction

International Building Code, 2006 edition                     Ordinance #21782 (April 29, 2008)

International Building Code, 2003 edition                     Ordinance #20820 (April 15, 2004)

International Building Code, 2003 edition                     Ordinance #20629 (July 28, 2003)

BOCA National Building Code, 13th Edition, 1996        Ordinance #19117 (October 21, 1997)

BOCA National Building Code, 12th Edition, 1993        Ordinance #18094 (December 17, 1993)

BOCA National Building Code, 11th Edition, 1990        Ordinance #17348 (July 5, 1990)

BOCA National Building Code, 9th Edition, 1984          Ordinance #16159 (October 16, 1984)

BOCA National Building Code, 8th Edition, 1981          Ordinance #15031 (May 20 1981)

BOCA National Building Code, 7th Edition, 1978          Ordinance #14079 (March 20, 1978)

BOCA National Building Code, 6th Edition, 1975          Ordinance #13488 (October 13, 1975)

Tulsa Building Code, 1969

Tulsa Building Code, 1961

Tulsa Building Code, 1955

Tulsa Building Code, 1947

Law Enforcement

City of Tulsa Police

Tulsa Police
The Tulsa Police Department (TPD) is the principal law enforcement agency of the city of Tulsa.

To contact the police in non-emergency situations, phone 918-596-9222. In an emergency  CALL 9-1-1

  • Tulsa Police

  • Warrant Search

    Search for outstanding warrants

  • Crime Map Tutorial

    Tutorial to maps of current and past crimes, meth lab locations, and sex offenders. Access the maps in the left side bar.

  • Report a Crime

    Links to forms and information for reporting a crime to the Tulsa Police

Tulsa County Sheriff

Tulsa County Sheriff
The County Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in the county. A sworn law enforcement officer working for a sheriff is called a "sheriff's deputy" and is authorized to perform the sheriff's duties.

To contact the Sheriff, phone (918) 596-5601. In an emergency CALL 9-1-1.

Other Area Local Governments

City of Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow is a city located in the northeastern part of Oklahoma, primarily in Tulsa County but also with a small section of the city in western Wagoner County. It is the largest suburb of Tulsa. According to the 2010 US Census, Broken Arrow has a population of 98,850 residents and is the fourth largest city in the state. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Broken Arrow at 220 S. First Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
Phone (918) 259-2400

Code of Ordinances

Municipal Court

Utilities

How do I...
Links to information for frequently asked questions about city services.

 

City of Bixby

Bixby is a city in Tulsa and Wagoner counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, and is a suburb of Tulsa. The population was 13,336 at the 2000 census and 20,884 in the 2010 census. It is nicknamed "The Garden Spot of Oklahoma" for its rich agrarian heritage. Though one of the fastest growing communities in Oklahoma, it remains a sod-growing center and a popular location for purchasing fresh vegetables.(from Wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Bixby at 116 W. Needles - P.O. Box 70, Bixby, OK 74008
918.366.4430 - info@bixby.com

City of Collinsville

Collinsville is a city in Rogers and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, and a part of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area.The population was 5,606 according to the 2010 census, compared to 4,077 at the 2000 census. (from wikipedia.org)

  • Document Central

    Links to frequently requested documents and information. Includes city forms and government information.

  • Action Center

    The City's central point of contact for concerned citizens.

City of Glenpool

Glenpool is a city in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States. It is part of the Tulsa Metropolitan Statistical Area (TMSA). As of 2010, the population was 10,808. This was an increase of 33.1 % since the 2000 census, which reported total population as 8,123. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Glenpool at City Hall/Conference Center, 12205 S. Yukon Ave., PO Box 70, Glenpool, OK 74033
Phone: (918) 322-5409

City of Jenks

Jenks is a city in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States, and a suburb of Tulsa, in the northeastern part of the state. It is situated between the Arkansas River and U.S. Route 75. Jenks is one of the fastest growing cities in Oklahoma. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 9,557, but by 2010, the population was 16,924. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Jenks at P.O. Box 2007, 211 N Elm, Jenks, OK 74037-2007
Phone: (918) 299-5883

City of Owasso

Owasso is a city in Rogers and Tulsa counties in the U.S. stateof Oklahoma, and a northern suburb of Tulsa. The population was 28,915 at the 2010 census. (from Wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Owasso at 111 N. Main, Owasso, OK 74055
Phone: 918-376-1500

  • Government

    This site offers links to city government departments, forms and more.

  • FAQs

     

City of Sand Springs

Sand Springs is a city in Osage and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. A suburb of Tulsa, it is located predominantly in Tulsa County. The population was 18,906 in the 2010 U. S. Census, compared to 17,451 at the 2000 census. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the City of Sand Springs at PO Box 338, 100 E Broadway, Sand Springs, OK 74063
Phone: 918-246-2500

Town of Skiatook

Skiatook is a town in Osage and Tulsa counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. Located in the northeastern part of the state, it is a suburb of Tulsa. The population was 7,397 in the 2010 census, compared to 5,396 at the 2000 census. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the Town of Skiatook at 110 N Broadway, PO Box 399, Skiatook, OK 74070
Phone: (918) 396-2797

  • Town of Skiatook

    The official website for the Town of Skiatook

  • Government

    Link to departments, documents and more

  • Online Tools

    Connect to online tools such as bill pay, the community action center and more

Town of Sperry

Sperry is a town in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 1,206 in the 2010 U. S. census, compared to 981 at the 2000 census. (from wikipedia.org)

Contact the Town of Sperry at 115 N Cincinnati Ave, Sperry, OK
Phone: (918) 288-7056

Town of Sperry 

The official website for the Town of Sperry