Ottawa County vital record copies can be ordered for $15 from the County Health Department in Miami or the state Health Department. Recordkeeping started in 1907, was mandated statewide in 1917, and reached full compliance during the 1940s. Historical records are available from the Oklahoma Historical Society. Copies can be ordered by mail or in person (online through VitalChek), with birth records for living persons restricted. Marriage and divorce records are unrestricted, with requests are handled by the Clerk of Court in Miami. Created upon Oklahoma statehood in 1907, Ottawa County had been the home of at least 13 different Indian tribes, including Miami, Ottawa, and Wyandotte.
102 E Central, #103
Miami, OK 74354-7043
Hours of Operation: 9AM-5PM; recording til 4PM CST
Real Estate: 918-542-3332
Vital Records: 918-542-2600
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Records Online: Real Estate, Grantor/Grantee, Deed, Lien, Judgment, Fictitious Name
Assessor Fax: 918-542-3273
Ottawa County - Marriage Licenses- Court Clerk
Miami, OK 74354
Phone: (918) 542-2801
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