Grant County Oklahoma Clerk's Office

Where do I obtain copies of Birth or Death Certificates?
Oklahoma Department of Health

OFFICE HOURS: 8-4:00 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE FILED AFTER 3:00 pm

PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Cindy Pratt Grant County Oklahoma County ClerkClerk
Cindy Pratt

Located:
112 E Guthrie,
Room 102,
Medford OK 73759
PHONE: 580.395.2274
FAX: 580.395.2086

Email: cpratt@grant.okcounties.org

 

 

Alexandra Henry - Purchasing Agent - 
Grant County Oklahoma

 

Alexandra Henry-Deputy
PURCHASING AGENT

Email: abrittain@grant.okcounties.org

Jenna Kilian - Deputy Land Records - Grant County, Oklahoma

Jenna Kilian-Deputy
Land Records

Email:  jkilian@grant.okcounties.org

 

 

Kerstin Gilkey - Deputy
Filing Clerk

Email: kgilkey@grant.okcounties.org

  

FEE SCHEDULE: Title 28 Sec 32

 

 

Senate Bill 442 will increase the record preservation fee collected by county clerks from $5 to $10 for each instrument recorded with the Registrar of Deeds. Please be aware that this law will take effect November 1st, 2019.

For recording the first page of deeds, mortgages and other instruments not subject to the fee imposed by Title 12A, Sec 1-9-525- $8.00
Preservation Fee $10.00
For recording each additional page of same instruments-$2.00
For furnishing photographic copies, per page-$1.00
For certifying to any copy per page,$1.00
For recording and filing of mechanics' or material lien, including the release-$10.00
For preparing and mailing notice of mechanic's or materilamen'd lien-$8.00 plus the actual cost of postage.
For each additional page or exhibit-$2.00

County Clerk

The County Clerk is the principal record keeper of the county. All legal instruments, including plat maps, deeds, mortgages, oil and gas leases, liens, and military discharge papers that are filed with the county by private citizens and public officials are preserved by the County Clerk.

Other duties of the County Clerk include the following activities:
• Serving as secretary for the Board of County Commissioners and other county boards such as the County Excise Board
• Recording all appropriations and expenditures for each county office or department
• Preparing warrants or checks for paying county bills and payroll
• When serving as the county’s purchasing agent, purchasing or leasing and maintaining all county supplies and equipment
• Acting as the registrar of deeds