The Kay County Clerk's Office will provide any land records, including deeds that will help our friends affected by the flooding and storms. You may need these types of documents for proof of ownership when applying for aid/relief. We will provide these free via-email or USPS. Please contact our office at (580) 362-2537, Ext. 1 for Land Records.
As Kay County Clerk it is my job to provide a courteous and helpful atmosphere that instills public confidence and trust to all who visit this office. My goal for this website is to extend the same helpful and accurate information online that you can receive by visiting the courthouse. I hope you find this website beneficial and would welcome any questions or concerns you may have. This is never meant to replace the personal service you receive from our office, just an extension of our service to you.
As always I am committed to the preservation, protection and maintenance of our Kay County records from patents issued in the land run to the documents filed today. It is an honor to serve the people of Kay County and thank you for allowing me to be your County Clerk.
Duties & Responsibilities
The office of County Clerk is a Constitutional office. The duties of the County Clerk are governed by Oklahoma Statutes.
The County Clerk serves as records keeper for the County, all documents relating to real estate i.e.:
- Military discharge records
- Mineral interests
- State and Federal tax liens
The Clerk's office receives, records, and preserves these records, indefinitely, both in the office and electronically. All records are open to the public under the State's Open Records Act.
- Accounts payable
- County payroll
- Preparing the Monthly and Annual Financial Reports
- Processing Purchase Orders/Bids
The County Clerk is also the secretary for several boards including:
- Board of County Commissioners
- Excise Board
- Equalization Board
- Tax Roll Correction Board
- Justice Facilities Authority
- Kay County Home Finance Authority
- Kay County Public Building Authority
Blackwell Leadership Lunch with local historian Karen Dye, Commissioner John Wilson and Judge Turner
Blackwell Leadership with County Clerk Tammy Reese in Commissioner's Court
PTC Multimedia Class Tours the Courthouse
Ponca City Leadership Class Poses in Front of Kay County Courthouse
Ponca City Leadership Listening to County Clerk Reese
Newkirk Leadership touring County Clerk Vault
Tammy Reese visits with Newkirk Leadership in Commissioners Courtroom