Deputy, Manassas Baird

  • Cimarron
  • Amy L. Gonzalez, Treasurer
  • Location of Treasurer's Office:
  • PO BOX 162, Boise City OK 73933
  • Phone: 580-544-2261
  • Fax: 580-544-2261
  • E-Mail:
  • Office Hours: Monday thru Friday, 9 AM to 5:00 PM - Closed from 12:00 to 1:00 for lunch

WELCOME TO THE Cimarron county treasurer WEBSITE!

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The Treasurer is an elected official, serving a four-year term of office.  The office is established by the Oklahoma Constitution, and the duties and responsibilties are set by Oklahoma State law.



The primary responsibility of the Treasurer is to receive, manage, and invest all revenues by Cimarron County Government through ad valorem property taxes, business property taxes, public service corporation taxes, Oklahoma Tax Commission payments and any other sources of revenues collected.


O.S. 68 1997 ss 2913-2916

The tax statements are generally mailed in November.  If you do not receive your statement by mid-December, please contact our office immediately.  Please verify that you have received all of your statements and that everything is correct.  However, failure to receive a tax statement does not exempt any person who is subject to taxation from paying taxes. O.S. 68 1997 ss 2915 

Taxes must be paid in full or half by December 31st.  If you choose to pay in half half, you must pay the second by March 31st.  Statements that are $25 or less must be paid in full.  If your taxes are not paid by December 31st, penalty accrues at 1.5% per month until taxes are paid.  If you would like a receipt, please enclose a self address stamped envelope and a receipt will be mailed back to you.  You may also print your receipt online but please allow 3-5 days for payments to be reflected online.  

Mortgages or Escrow Accounts

If your mortgage company is resposible for paying your taxes through an escrow account, the statement will be sent directly to the mortgage company.  You will not receive a statement.  If you receive a tax statement that should be paid by your mortgage company, forward it to them immediately.  Most mortgage payments are not received in our office until the end of December.  To verify that your taxes have been paid, locate your parcels online and click the tax amount.


All revenues are fully invested daily and are either fully collaterized by government securities, FDIC insured or by CDARS. Collections are balanced on a daily, monthly, and year-to-date basis which allows the investment of funds to be made with greater accuracy.

After collection, revenues are ultimately disbursed by the Treasurer.  Funds are disbursed to the Public Schools, Municipalities within Cimarron County and Cimarron County Government. All funds paid to the Cimarron County Treasurer remain within Cimarron County.


The County Treasurer does NOT determine the amount of any tax. Taxable values are determined by the County Assessor and the County Equalization Board. Tax rates (referred to as "millage rates") are set by the Excise Board.  Taxes are based upon budgets submitted by taxing jurisdictions and include the amounts necessary to pay bonded indebtedness approved by a vote of the people.  The County Assessor determines the values and calculations of taxes.  The Treasurer's Office collects the tax payments based on the amounts set by the County Assessor.  If you have any questions regarding the assessed values or calculations, please contact the County Assessor's Office at 580-544-2701.


The Treasurer's Office conducts a public auction on the second Monday of each June.  The auction is for the sale of real estate for non-payment of ad valorem property taxes (4 years delinquent) or non-payment of special assessments such as cleaning and mowing.  The sale is open to the public all properties are sold to the highest bidder.  We strongly recommend that you research the property for any existing liens, location, if it has "undivided interests",  or can be constructed on prior to placing a bid, as properties are sold  'AS IS' and bid is non-refundable.   Lists of these properties become available from our office in May preceding the June auction.  At the sale it will be for cash in hand or certified funds.  A deed will be filed at the end of this sale for all properties bought.


Per Oklahoma Statute 68 3131 (in part) C. When any tract or lot of land sells for more than the taxes, penalties, interest and cost due thereon, the excess shall be held in a separate fund for the record owner of such land, as shown by the county records as of the date said county resale begins, to be withdrawn any time within one (1) year.  No assisgnment of this right to excess proceeds shall be valid which occurs on or after the date on which said county resale began.  At the end of one (1) year, if such money has not been withdrawn or collected from the county, it shall be credited to the county resale property fund. 

The Excess Resale List is not maintained in an electronic format. It is our process to require a letter of request along with a fee.  It will then be mailed back in a timely fashion.


The Treasurer's Office is a public office and here to serve the public. 


While the Treasurer's Office makes every effort to ensure accuracy, any error contained herein does not constitute a waiver of any tax amounts by or for the County.