Welcome to our Tulsa County resource page. Here, we have compiled links to county offices and information, as well as city resources for Tulsa County’s largest municipalities.
Here at NonDoc, we wanted to make our favorite and most frequently utilized online resources easily available to anyone searching for public information in Tulsa County.
Tulsa County is Oklahoma’s second most populated county, behind Oklahoma County. The county seat and largest city is Tulsa. Also included on this resource page are links to public resources for some of the county’s other large municipalities, including Bixby and Sapulpa. Beyond TV stations, primary local journalism publications include the Tulsa World, The Frontier, Public Radio Tulsa, Tulsa People and The Black Wall Street Times.
Please enjoy the following county resources below. We know this list is not comprehensive, so it will likely grow. If you think of an additional significant resource for public information in Tulsa County or its cities, please let us know.
Find your Tulsa County elected officers
Tulsa County court records
Many Oklahoma court records are posted on OSCN.net, a master resource for state courts around Oklahoma. However, not every county is on the system, so be sure to check and make sure OSCN can access the records you’re looking for.
Municipalities of Tulsa County
File open records requests
The Oklahoma Open Records Act requires public bodies to respond to requests for documents or information. Such requests can be made by any citizen, not just journalists. The act has exemptions. Some Oklahoma state agencies have direct links on their websites. All Oklahoma state agencies are required to have a designated individual handling open records.
But do us a favor: Don’t just flood agencies with broad requests fishing for random information. Be strategic and narrow in your requests, as a limited number of staff are processing everyone’s submissions.