Courthouse Complex still available by appointment, only emergency court cases being heard

Courthouse Complex Still Available by Appointment

The Creek County Courthouse Complex is still available to the public by appointment only. No changes have been made concerning the protective measures that have been taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a reminder, the Treasurer’s drive-through, located at the north end of the courthouse parking lot, is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for your convenience, and cash is accepted.

Judge Kelly Hake announced they will continue working on emergency cases only, using telecommunication as much as possible until May 15th. Commissioner Newt Stephens said, “We are still available to the public, just not face-to-face.”

Commissioner Leon Warner publicly thanked Commissioner Newt Stephens and Creek County Emergency Management Director Covey Murray for going “above and beyond” to track down gloves and masks that were needed for Creek County first responders. Commissioner Chairman Stephens said it has taken “a lot of cooperation [between] everyone…blessed and thankful people stepped up to help.” One of the groups to help was a dentist office that donated surgical masks to help in the efforts. A round of applause ensued.

Rave Wireless for Courthouse Complex

There was a discussion concerning an emergency alert system being purchased and used for the 205 county employees was on the agenda. It is a phone app downloaded to each employee’s phone (who chooses to use it). An employee would be able to hit a panic button and alert both the Creek County and City dispatch centers with the touch of a button should the need arise. The cost is an initial set-up fee of $500 and $4,000 a year for 200 employees. No decision was made at this time.

Public Hearing Set

A public hearing is set for April 27th to determine if South 84th West Avenue, between South 85th West Avenue and 191st Street South, should be added to the Official Creek County Road Maintenance Inventory located in District 1.

Sale of Drumright Properties

Two bids were accepted for the purchase of properties. Ciera Reneua’s offer of $1,207 for the lots at 301 South Jones Avenue in Drumright was accepted. James and Kerry Glimp purchased 111 East Oak Street in Drumright for a total of $484.

The weekly County Commissioner’s meetings take place every Monday morning at 9 a.m. Social distancing standards and other safety measures are in place in the Collins Building where these meetings take place.


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