Tulsa County Registry of Deeds (Oklahoma)

Tulsa County Recorders of Deeds collect records of a jurisdiction's deeds and make them available to the public in OK. These documents are primarily related to Tulsa County property deeds. The Office of the Deeds Registrar maintains records on land and property transactions within its jurisdiction, including deeds, mortgages, easements, and tax liens. The office also has land registry information, including titles, property and parcel surveys, and maps of property lines and unregistered properties. The Tulsa County Registrar of Deeds maintains online databases for the public to access land and property deed registry records.

Tulsa County Recorder of Deeds Tulsa OK 500 South Denver Avenue 74103 918-596-5801

Tulsa County Town Halls and City Halls are the chief administrative office that runs a town or city in Oklahoma. The Town or City Hall maintains property records related to Tulsa County, including property and land deed records. These records include titles, land transactions, and property sales and transfers. Town and City Halls also maintain records on municipal and zoning boundaries, including any unregistered lands within the municipality. Tulsa County Town and City Halls provide online databases to access deed registry records.

Broken Arrow City Hall Broken Arrow OK 220 South 1st Street 74012 918-251-5311

Collinsville City Hall Collinsville OK 106 North 12th Street 74021 918-371-1010

Glenpool City Hall Glenpool OK 140 West 141st Street 74033 918-322-5409

Jenks City Hall Jenks OK 211 North Elm Street 74037 918-299-5883

Owasso City Hall Owasso OK 111 North Main Street 74055 918-376-1500

Sand Springs City Hall Sand Springs OK 14 West 2nd Street 74063 918-246-2567

Sperry City Hall Sperry OK 115 North Cincinnati Avenue 74073 918-288-7056

Tulsa City Hall Tulsa OK 175 East 2nd Street 74103 918-596-2100

Tulsa Town Hall Tulsa OK 2815 East Skelly Drive 74105 918-749-5965

Tulsa County Clerks file documents and preserve property records in order to maintain an archive for their municipality in Oklahoma. These records are open to the public. The Clerk's Office contains a number of Tulsa County deed registry records, including documents on registered and unregistered lands, titles, and property transactions. They also keep Tulsa County registries of deeds, mortgages, liens, and real estate excise taxes. Clerk's Offices provide online access to their Tulsa County deed and title records.

Owasso Clerk Owasso OK 111 North Main Street 74055 918-376-1550

Sand Springs City Clerk Sand Springs OK 100 East Broadway Street 74063 918-246-2530

Tulsa County Clerk Tulsa OK 600 Civic Center 74103 918-596-5000

Tulsa County Assessors evaluate the value of properties and parcels in order to determine property taxes in OK. The Assessor's Office maintains current data on every parcel in the district, including ownership information, inventories of parcels and structures, and the value of all the property in Tulsa County. They also have land, property and deed registry records such as value assessments on registered properties, maps of property lines, and lists of unregistered land. Tax Assessors make their Tulsa County deed records available to the public online.

Tulsa County Assessor's Office Tulsa OK 500 South Denver Avenue 74103 918-596-5100