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Oklahoma County, OK Public Records

District Court
320 Robert S Kerr St, Rm 409
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/st...
Hours: 8AM-5PM CST
P: 405-713-1722
F: n/a
Major credit cards accepted.
Jurisdiction: Felony, Misdemeanor, Civil, Eviction, Small Claims, Probate
Restricted Records: No juvenile, sealed, or expunged records released
Small claims: 405-713-1738.

Oklahoma County, OK Vital Records

Contact the Oklahoma County Office of the County Clerk if you would like to find vital records, such as birth, death, marriage, divorce, and real estate records.

Oklahoma County
County Clerk
320 Robert S Kerr Ave, Rm 203
Courthouse
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
countyclerk.oklahomacounty.org/
8AM-5PM CT
Phone: 405-713-1540
Fax: 405-713-2241
Recorded Documents

Official Oklahoma County Vital Certificates

Oklahoma County Vital Certificates

If you would like to obtain a hard copy of a birth, death, marriage, divorce, or other vital record, you can do so by searching for and requesting a vital certificate. Vital certificates are official hard copy documents, the same as those used by the United States government.

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Oklahoma County Information

Oklahoma County, Oklahoma is strategically located in the very center of the state. Oklahoma City is the county seat, and also the most highly populated city in the county. The revitalized downtown area of Oklahoma City (Bricktown) offers some incredible dining options—the Mexican cuisine being some of the best in the county. There are also a wide variety of shops and other attractions in the Bricktown area, and getting around is no problem, just hop a trolley, climb aboard the water-taxi, or for a touch of romance, take a leisurely carriage ride through town.

Museums in Oklahoma County are plentiful and diverse. The county offers the more traditional art and natural history options but you can get a glimpse of the Old West at the Cowboy Hall of Fame or the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. If you're all about your car, then be sure to stop at the Route 66 Museum for an eye-opening look at what it was like to travel to the west coast during the Dust Bowl.

Accommodations in Oklahoma County are no problem. There are a huge number of four-star hotels and the usual chain motels, but if you want something a little more memorable, check some of the local ranches that offer lodging. Similar in nature to the more traditional bed and breakfasts, ranches let visitors experience life on a working ranch—whether you want to see the cowboys working cattle, take a trail ride at the end of the day, or just relax away from the bustle of the city, this is a great way to spend a restful vacation.

Oklahoma County is a great place to visit, and a better place to stay. Why don't you see for yourself all that it has to offer?

Oklahoma County Population Records

Total Land Area (2000): 709.09 sq mi
Population (2009): 716,704
  • Females: 51.2%
  • White: 74.7%
  • Black/African American: 15.7%
  • Asian: 3.3%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.1%
  • Hispanic or Latino Origin: 13.5%
  • White, Not Hispanic: 62.6%
Population Change (2000-2009): 56,254
Foreign-Born Population (2000): 7.2%
Language other than English spoken at home (2000): 11.6%
Persons Below Poverty Level (2008): 16.1%
High School Graduates (2000): 82.5%
Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (2000): 25.4%
Persons per Household (2000): 2.41
Housing Units (2000): 295,020
Homeownership Rate (2000): 60.4%
Migration Flow to Oklahoma County, OK from (2007-2008):

Oklahoma County Records

Total Earnings by Industry, in thou. dol. (2007):
  • Total: $29,599,438
  • Construction: $1,037,187
  • Retail Trade: $1,574,113
  • Professional and Technical Services: $1,807,952
  • Healthcare: $2,862,770
  • Banking: $1,260,674
  • Retail Trade: $1,574,113
  • Accommodations and Food Services: $669,323
  • Manufacturing: $4,465,381
  • Farms: $1,153
  • Government: $5,905,166
Employed (2000): 305,829
Unemployed (2000): 16,717
Unemployment Rate (2009): 6.1%
Annual Payroll per Employee (2007): $43,211
Local Government Employment (2007): 25,877
Local Government Revenue (2007): $1,758,427 (thou. dol.)
Local Government Debt (2007): $1,838,841 (thou. dol.)

Oklahoma County Birth, Death Records

Births (2007): 12,476
  • Per 1,000 population: 17.8
Deaths (2007): 6,347
  • Per 1,000 population: 9.1
Infant Deaths (2007): 101
  • Per 1,000 population: 8.1

Oklahoma County Criminal Records

Violent Crimes (2008): 5,273
  • Murder and non-negligent manslaughter: 56
  • Forcible rape: 341
  • Robbery: 1,476
  • Aggravated Assault: 3,400
Property Crimes (2008): 35,609
  • Burglary: 9,808
  • Larceny-Theft: 22,002
  • Motor Vehicle Theft: 3,799

Oklahoma County Genealogy Records

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