Tulsa County is home to more than 650,000 people covering more than 587 square miles with 10 municipalities. Tulsa County’s elected officials and employees serve every citizen with professionalism, integrity and respect.
County Operations and Services
Tulsa County maintains County-owned roads and bridges, assesses properties, runs elections, manages the County’s budget, operates the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center and so much more. View our organization chart for an overview of the County’s structure and then learn about our:
Authorities, Boards, Councils and Commissions
There are numerous authorities, boards, councils and commissions in Tulsa County that improve education, public health, parks and more. Learn more.
Tulsa County partners with several organizations that provide support and reliable representation among regional, state and federal governments.
- Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma
- County Officers and Deputies Association
- Indian Nations Council of Government
- National Association of Counties