Grant County Oklahoma
County News & Announcments 2016
Grant County offers to sell the following surplused property listed below at the Sturgeon Real Estate and Auction public auction Friday, September 9th, 2016. Buyers may inspect the sale items at 202 Hwy 412, Meno, OK.:
1) 2007 Ford F550 Pick Up and
2) 2011 SSI 70x11 Flattop Model Steel Deck Truck Scales with Digital Indicator and Printer
OPPORTUNITY FOR A CHALLENGING CAREER
Grant County is immediately accepting and reviewing all applications for a full-time position as Emergency Manager and Safety Director. Complete Job Description
New Online portal offers window to ODOT maps, data.
There’s a lot to explore within the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s new online map portal. From navigating bridge data to checking out upcoming construction projects and viewing a map of every railroad crossing in the state, the department is increasing transparency by providing a more interactive approach to many types of state maps and data. More
CPR Classes Held Recently
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes were recently held in Grant County during the nation’s celebration of County Government Month. Pat Ronck, County Commissioner for District 3, during a Board of County Commissioners meeting asked the county Emergency Manager if he could become qualified to teach the course. More
Law Enforcement Awards Ceremony
The Grant County Board of Commissioners culminated the celebration of County Government Month with a ceremony awarding four law enforcement officers for their service, bravery under fire and wounds sustained in the line of duty. More
Right: City of Pond Creek Police Chief Tim Barwick, recipient of the Purple Heart and Meritorious Service Medals
Local Planning Committee Meeting
A meeting of the Local Planning Committee (LEPC) was held at the District 2 offices in Medford, June 6, 2016.
An overview of the Region One Medical Emergency Response Coordinator abilities was given by the Local Emergency Response Coordinator (LERC), Jen Rand. More
Equalization Board meeting Cancelled for June 9, 2016 @10:00 am rescheduled for June 21, 2016.
Grant County District 3
Taking applications for road foreman. Click here for more information
Candidate Filings Public Information Report -2016
Medford, OK – April 3, 2016 – The Grant County Community Action Team members helped plan the Grant County Family Fun Day event. There were 24 vendor booths and over 300 people in attendance. More
Grant County 4-Her's promoted sustainability and healthy living with a "bike-n-blend" bicycle at the Grant county Family Fun Day & Health Fiar. This unique bike generated enough energy to power a blender - so that the person pedaling effectively can make their own healthy smoothie. It was visual, interactive, healthy and fun!
Oklahoma State Legislature Proclaims County Government Week
Both the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Oklahoma Senate passed resolutions this week to proclaim April 11-15, 2016, as County Government Week. The resolutions were made in recognition of county government and the services provided by county government. More
Grant County officers met with State Rep. John Pfeiffer at the Oklahoma State Capitol during County Government Week.
Pictured L to R: District 3 Commissioner Pat Ronck, Clerk Sherri Eulberg, District 2 Commissioner Cindy Bobbitt, Rep. John Pfeiffer, and Treasurer Penny Dowell.
Jerry Brabander New Excise Equalization Board Member
On March 7, 2016, Jerry Brabander was sworn in as the newest member of the Grant County Excise/Equalization Board by Max Hess, Chairman of the Board of Grant County Commissioners. Jerry was appointed by Fourth Judicial District Judges, Paul K. Woodward, Dennis W. Hladik and Justin P. Eilers on March 1, 2016, to replace Melvin McFeeters who retired from the Board.
Jerry grew up on a farm southeast of Deer Creek in eastern Grant County and graduated from Deer Creek High School in 1969. He received a B.S. in Agricultural Ecology from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 1974 and a M.S. in Wildlife Ecology from Oklahoma State University in 1977. While furthering his education, Jerry worked summers and weekends on the family farm and “dabbled” in carpentry.
From 1978 until his retirement in 2008, Jerry worked in various positions with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including stints in Oklahoma, Washington, DC, Nebraska and Missouri. The last 14 years of his career, Jerry supervised the Service’s Tulsa office. His proudest accomplishments are in connection with the Service’s Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program, a voluntary, landowner-driven program focused on wetland, stream and grassland restoration.
Following retirement in October 2008, Jerry and his wife, Dinah, set about building their home and managing the family farm southeast of Deer Creek. Jerry also serves on the Board of Directors for Land Legacy, a state-wide land trust, the Council of Wheatland RC&D, and is a sales associate for the Cross Timbers Land real estate firm. Dinah is a Registered Nurse. Both enjoy “building things” whether at home, on the farm, at church, or in the community through their “Deer Creek Pasture Specialists.” Jerry and Dinah have four children and six grandchildren. They are active in the Nardin United Methodist Church.
Press Release - Emergency Management & Safety
At the April 11, 2016 Board of County Commissioners meeting, Mr. Jeff Taylor, representing Salt
Plains Storage, LLC, presented checks to Grant County officials totaling $1,500.00. More
Pictured are from L to R: Mr. Pat Ronck, District 3 Commissioner, Mr. Jeff Taylor, Salt Plains Storage Facility, Mr. Richard Donaldson, Grant county Emergency Manager, Ms. Cindy Bobbitt District 2 Commissioner.
National County Government Month
April 2016 "Safe and Secure Counties"
Now, Therefore, Be it Resolved on April 4, 2016
THAT we, the Grant County Board of Commissioners do hereby proclaim April 2016 as National County Government Month and encourage all county officials, employees, schools and residents to participate in county government celebration activities. To read the complete Resolution.
Public Auction of Surplus Property
Please click here for the list of Surplus Property that will be auctioned off at the April 2016 JKJ Consignment Sales
Sale of Surplused Property
Grant County offers to sell the following surplused property listed below by sealed bid with warranty of title but with no warranty as to condition. Buyers may inspect the sale items at Stoney Point Mine, 6901 E Brake Road, Newkirk, OK, 74647. Buyers may bid on one or more items. Written and sealed bids for each item must be submitted to the Grant County Clerk, 112 E Guthrie Room 102, Medford, OK, 73759 by hand delivery or mail.
Due to the Heating System not working the Grant County Courthouse will be closed Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Final Press Releases for Elections
Voter Registration Deadline is January 15, 2016
Early Voting Begins on Thursday, January 7, 2016
Deadline to Requsest Absentee Ballots Approaches
Electioneering, Other Violations Discouraged by Grant County Election Boad Secretary
Voting Tips Offered by Election Board Secretary
Courthouse Closing Early
DUE TO BAD WEATHER THE COURTHOUSE WILL CLOSE AT
3:00 PM TODAY DECEMBER 28, 2015
COURTHOUSE HOURS TUESDAY DECEMBER 29, 2015
9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M.
2016 County Assesment Dates
Go to County Assessor Page to review county assessment locations and dates coming up January 2 - March 15, 2016
Please click here to read the disaster proclamation
The Northern Oklahoma Regional Transportation Planning Organization Public Participation Plan FFY2016
Click here for more info.
2016 School Board Filings
Click here to read who has filed for school board in Grant County.
Read the Estimate of Needs and Financial Statement of the Fiscal Year 2014-2015