Tulsa County offers numerous services to its citizens to help them get married, travel, file homestead exemptions on their property taxes and more.
Early Settlement Center for Mediation
The Early Settlement Center for Mediation program provides a confidential out-of-court mediation service to help settle disputes. More than 75% of the cases handled by Early Settlement allow both parties to reach a lasting, mutually acceptable resolution. Learn more.
The Tulsa County Assessor accepts homestead exemption applications for Tulsa County residents who own property in Tulsa County. Learn more.
Inspections issues building, electrical, zoning, mechanical, plumbing, house moving, earth change, and sign installation permits for Tulsa County. The division also administers and provides floodway and flood plain management rules and information. Learn more and see the fee schedule.
The Tulsa County Clerk offers several options for obtaining land records, some of which are fee based. Learn more.
The Tulsa County Treasurer prepares mortgage affidavits, which are used to confirm certain property conditions.
Recycled Medication Program
The Recycled Medication Program, which transfers drugs from nursing homes to the Tulsa County Pharmacy, provides low or no-cost prescriptions to those who cannot afford them or are unable to obtain them. In 2020, the program recycled 8,924 prescriptions worth more than $1.1 million. Learn more.
The Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is responsible for the Tulsa Planning Office, which leads efforts for the City of Tulsa and unincorporated parts of Tulsa County and manages zoning codes. Learn more.