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Posted on: September 15, 2022

History of Cleveland County

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The earliest survey of Cleveland County was done in 1872. Originally, the eastern border of the county...

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Posted on: September 14, 2022

Sales Confirmation Questionnaire Information

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When a property sells, our office mails out a sales confirmation questionnaire (OTC 961) to the new property owner. The purpose of this questionnaire is...

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Posted on: May 16, 2022

What does fair cash value mean?

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Here in the Assessor’s Office, we are constantly monitoring property sales in the County in order to establish Fair Cash Values. The method we use is called “mass appraisal”. This means that we look at...

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Posted on: May 9, 2022

How to File a Plat with Cleveland County

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There are several steps that must be done in order to file a plat in Cleveland County.
First, the new plat must be dropped off at the Assessor’s Office. When dropping off a plat...

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Posted on: April 25, 2022

How to use the Property Record Card button

Property Card button

If you are wanting to search for certain properties in Cleveland
County, using the record card button is the best way to do it. The most common ways to search are by are name, address, and account number.

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Posted on: March 3, 2022

Medical Marijuana Business License Information

Medical Marijuana

Changing marijuana laws in Oklahoma have caused a lot of confusion about how to legally grow in each community. Here are answers to some of the questions we have frequently been receiving at Cleveland County.

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Posted on: March 3, 2022

Save on property taxes with qualifying exemptions

Save Money on Taxes

Homeowners in Oklahoma may qualify for a number of exemptions that reduce their taxes on the primary residence, but they must apply to receive the exemption...

Homeowners in Oklahoma may qualify for a number of exemptions that reduce their taxes on the primary residence, but they must apply to receive the exemption.

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