County Contact Information



Appraises and assesses real and personal property within the county for the purpose of ad valorem taxation; Computes tax levy rates; Provides property lookup on interactive maps; and Receives and files Oklahoma Tax Commission forms to be submitted to the county.

Court Clerk


Has the primary responsibility to record, file, and maintain the proceedings of the district court; Receives and records fines, fees, costs, and assessments; Includes the following divisions:
  • Appeals — All appellate cases to the supreme court, both criminal and civil. Administer the process of forming jury lists and assist the trial court in paying jurors’ their compensation.
  • Civil — Damage, equity, writs (court order) and civil cases, injunctions and garnishments, name changes and titles;
  • Criminal — Felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic violations and cost administration;
  • Juvenile — Matters of the children’s court;
  • Domestic Relations — Marriages, divorces, separations, annulments, emergency protective orders, income assignments and paternity cases, probate, guardianship, mental health, adoption and other judicial determination cases;
  • Small Claims — Cases involving claims or damages under $10,000, including garnishments, recovery of personal property and recovery of money based on a contract or tort. Marriage license, minister credential filing, evictions and private process server licensing.

County Clerk


Serves as register of deeds and custodian of records for the county; All legal instruments filed with the county are kept and preserved by the county clerk; Keeps county records and financial accounts; Files and reports Commissioner and other meeting agendas and minutes.



Receives ad valorem taxes and other revenue sources; Exercises the power to collect ad valorem taxes for the county and its political subdivisions (such as schools, cities and towns); Empowered by law to issue delinquent personal property tax warrants and establish a tax lien on real property for delinquent taxes.



Provides professional law enforcement through the following divisions:
  • Operations — Patrol, enforcement of all laws, deter criminal activity, protect life and property, and maintain order;
  • School Resource — Keeping students safe while building positive relationships with students;
  • Detention Center — Protect the citizens, employees, and inmates through maintaining a safe and secure facility. Includes:
    • Inmate search lookup;
    • Warrant check;
    • Mail to inmates;
    • Visitation;
    • Commissary.
  • Administration — Includes the offices of Sheriff, Undersheriff, Fiscal, Community Services, Fleet Maintenance, Judicial Services, and Evidence/Property.



Provides rental space for events public and private, RV park, and home of the annual horse show and county free fair.

Election Board


Responsible for maintaining voter registration records for Cleveland County; Registration for an upcoming election closes 24 days before the election date; Eligible voters must be at least 18 years old, a United States citizen, and a resident of Oklahoma. You may register to vote at any tag agency, public library, post office or Election Board.



Three county commissioners are each responsible for maintaining and constructing the county roads and bridges in their respective districts; The chief administrative body for the county and responsible for setting and administering policies for the county; Holds a regular open public meeting on Mondays at 1:00 PM in the commissioners meeting room of the Courthouse in Norman, OK.
District 1 Barn405-794-2166
District 2 Barn405-321-3811
District 3 Barn405-872-3888

District Attorney


Prosecutes cases on behalf of the people of Cleveland County; assists victims through programs for victims bill of rights, notification of parole requests, compensation, and restitution; and handles bogus check cases.

Health Department


Provides health information and services including:
  • Walk-in clinic — Head lice checks, pregnancy tests, emergency contraception, and immunizations;
  • STD clinic — Testing and treatment for some infections (listed here) (by appointment only);
  • Tuberculosis Walk-In Clinic;
  • WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) (by appointment only);
  • Family Planning (by appointment only);
  • Dental (by appointment only);
  • Guidance for behavioral health, child development, speech-languange pathology, and audiology for children through 12 years of age (by appointment only);
  • Environmental health — Dog bites, hotels, pool inspections, and food establishment inspection;
  • Food Handler Class (online).

OSU Extension


Serves Cleveland County through 4-H, research based agriculture and horticulture information, families and consumer science, and master gardeners programs.

The Well


An inclusive hub bringing health, wellness, and knowledge to residents and visitors of Cleveland County. Activities and services include fitness classes, cooking lessons, and farm market.

Norman Farm Market at The Well


Norman Farm Market is located at The Well and runs from April through October on Saturdays 8-12 and Tuesdays from 4-7; Vendors sell local fruit, vegetables, meat, crafts, and other wares from the area.

Veteran's Coordinator


Acts as liaison for Cleveland County veterans; Answers questions for any veteran, veteran caregiver, widow, widower, or spouse regarding veteran benefits or services; Can put veterans in contact with the agency or person that can best help them receive the benefits they have earned.