Tulsa County Offices Moving Into New Building


Tuesday, January 19th 2021, 3:03 pm
By: News On 6


TULSA, Okla. -

The Tulsa County government is starting to move many of its operations out of the county courthouse.

The old CommunityCare building at 218 W. 6th St will now house all offices not related to court operations. The county clerk and treasurer are already moved in and the County Commission, as well as inspections, move in next week. They will be followed by the district attorney's civil division the first week of February, followed by the assessor's office and parks department.

“This move is the beginning of a new era for Tulsa County,” said BOCC Commissioner and Chairman Stan Sallee. “We’re taking services that have been housed in separate locations for decades and centralizing them in a one-stop-shop for our citizens. The taxpayers of Tulsa County will be able to record land records, obtain permits, pay property taxes, reserve a park shelter, and take advantage of so many of our other services all in one easy-to-access location.”

The anticipated move schedule and floor assignments are listed below.

Week of Jan. 11

  1. County Clerk - 7th Floor
  2. Treasurer - 8th Floor

Week of Jan. 25

  1. Board of County Commissioners - 9th Floor
  2. Engineering - 8th Floor
  3. Information Technology - 4th Floor
  4. Inspections - 2nd Floor

Week of Feb. 1

  1. Administrative Services - 2nd Floor
  2. District Attorney Civil Division - 9th Floor

Week of Feb. 8

  1. Assessor - 5th Floor

Week of Feb. 15

  1. Building Operations - 1st Floor
  2. Human Resources - 4th Floor
  3. Parks - 2nd Floor
  4. Procurement - 7th Floor