Broken Arrow Commissioner

Find Broken Arrow Oklahoma commissioners and boards of commissioners. Commissioners provide information on property taxes, real estate land records, lookups, and local government administration.


Wagoner County Commissioner 30020 East 71st Street South Broken Arrow OK 74014 918-357-1927


Tulsa County Commissioner 500 South Denver Avenue Tulsa OK 74103 14.2 miles from Broken Arrow 918-596-5004

Creek County Commissioner 9175 Ridgeview St Tulsa OK 74131 17.5 miles from Broken Arrow 918-224-8413

Creek County Commissioner 317 East Lee Avenue Sapulpa OK 74066 18.5 miles from Broken Arrow 918-224-0278

Wagoner County Commissioner 908 Southwest 15th Street Wagoner OK 74467 22.8 miles from Broken Arrow 918-485-4549

Muskogee County Commissioner 400 West Broadway Street Muskogee OK 74401 30.2 miles from Broken Arrow 918-682-9601

Okmulgee County Commissioner 314 West 7th Street Okmulgee OK 74447 30.6 miles from Broken Arrow 918-759-2235

Mayes County Commissioner 1 Court Place Pryor OK 74361 32.1 miles from Broken Arrow 918-825-0639

McIntosh County Commissioner 1100 North Broadway Street Checotah OK 74426 41.0 miles from Broken Arrow 918-473-6219

Cherokee County Commissioner 213 West Delaware Street Tahlequah OK 74464 46.0 miles from Broken Arrow 918-456-3321

Tahlequah Commissioner Ste 202, 213 W Delaware St Tahlequah OK 74464 46.0 miles from Broken Arrow 918-458-6501

Osage County Commissioner 611 Grandview Avenue Pawhuska OK 74056 53.5 miles from Broken Arrow 918-287-2615

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About Commissioners

Are County Commission meetings open to the public?

Yes, County Commission meetings are public meetings. Meeting notices and agendas must be posted in advance. State statutes identify certain topics, such as labor negotiations, that a County Commission may consider during an executive session, which is closed to the public.

How many Commissioners serve on a County Commission?

Most County Commissions have between three and nine County Commissioners. County Commissions always have an odd number of Commissioners to prevent tie votes. Some examples of single member Boards of Commissioners exist, but these are very rare.

Can a County Commissioner be an employee of the County?

Rules vary, but generally a sitting Commissioner cannot apply for and be hired for a position within the county they serve. Some jurisdictions may allow for an existing employee to run for County Commissioner.