The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) is Tulsa County’s administrative and business management entity. Three elected officials are responsible for the County’s execution of a wide range of legal and fiscal responsibilities including oversight of County programs and facilities and maintenance of the County highway system.
Each elected commissioner, although elected by district, is responsible to the County as a whole and serves on the board to make joint decisions on County operations while ensuring that County government is accountable. Duties and responsibilities of the BOCC include, but are not limited to:
- Receiving, expending, and auditing funds
- Preparing budgets and submitting to the Budget Board for final approval, which the BOCC also serves on
- Acting on claims
- Advertising for bids and awarding contracts
- Calling bond issue elections
About the County Commissioners
Each County Commissioner has been elected to represent their districts as shown in the Tulsa County Commissioner District Map. Election cycles are staggered to allow for continuity of operations within the County and its operations.
District 1: Stan Sallee *
Elected in November 2018, Stan Sallee represents the cities of Collinsville, Owasso, Skiatook, Sperry, and areas of Broken Arrow and Tulsa, as well as unincorporated areas in District 1. Learn more about Commissioner Sallee.
District 2: Karen Keith
Re-elected for her fourth term in November 2020, Karen Keith represents a third of Tulsa as well as Sand Springs, part of Jenks and unincorporated areas in District 2. Learn more about Commissioner Keith.
District 3: Ron Peters
Re-elected for his second term in June 2018, Ron Peters represents Bixby, Glenpool and portions of Broken Arrow, Jenks and Tulsa, as well as unincorporated areas in District 3. Learn more about Commissioner Peters.
* Chairman 2021