Returned Checks will be charged a $35 Treasurer's Fee

  • Pushmataha
  • Selena Franks, Treasurer
  • Location of Treasurer's Office:
  • 302 SW B St, Antlers, OK 74523
  • Phone: 580-298-2580
  • Fax: 580-298-8452
  • E-Mail:
  • Office Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

WELCOME TO THE Pushmataha county treasurer WEBSITE!

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ATTENTION: Due to COVID-19, we have a payment box outside the front steps of the courthouse, for your convenience. PLEASE do NOT put cash into the payment box.

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 responsibilites are set by Oklahoma State law.


The primary responsibility of the Treasurer is to receive, manage, and invest all revenues received by Pushmataha County Government. The revenues include ad valorem property taxes, business personal property taxes, public service corporation taxes, Oklahoma Tax Commission payments and various other sources of revenue. 

After collection, the Treasurer disburses the monies to the county, cities, towns and schools according to budgets approved by the Pushmataha County Excise Board. The County Treasurer is the official custodian of all funds for the County and Treasurer for schools and vo-tech institutions that do not have their own treasurer. 

All warrants and vouchers for all Pushmataha County departments are registered and maintained through the Treasurer's office.

Tax collections are balanced on a daily, monthly, and year-to-date basis, which allows the investment of funds to be made with more accuracy. All special assessments, such as sewer, water, weed, cleaning, paving, and nuisance abatement taxes that are originally assessed by cities and towns in the County are certified to the County Treasurer for collection after they have become delinquent. They are placed as a lien on the real estate property account of the taxpayer. 

The Treasurer's office also manages Pushmataha County-owned property acquired at the annual sales of real estate for delinquent taxes. The Treasurer also may sell these pieces of property, upon approval of the Board of County Commissioners. 


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


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 (sometimes 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 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 or non-payment of special assessments such as cleaning and mowing. The sale is open to the public and all properties are sold to the highest bidder. Lists of these properties become available from our office in May preceding the June auction. A list of excess funds can be found under Menu > June Resale Auction Info > List of Excess Funds after July 1st following the June auction. 


The Treasurer's office is a public office and we are here to service you. All records are subject to the Public Records Act, making them open to the public. 

Monday - Friday (except government holidays and required trainings)

Our office hours are: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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




October 15

County Assessor certifies the tax amounts to be collected.

Mid- November

Current tax statements are mailed out and become due and payable.

December 31

Last day to pay full amount or one half of taxes due before they become delinquent.

December 31

Due date for all taxes paid by mortgage companies. Mortgage companies must pay full amout due.

March 31

Last day to pay second half of taxes due before becoming delinquent.

Mid- April

Delinquent tax statements are mailed out for Personal Property.

Mid- May/June

Delinquent Personal Property taxes are published in the local newspaper.

Second Monday in June


Mid- August

 Delinquent Real Estate Tax Statements are mailed out.

Mid- September/October

 Delinquent Real Estate taxes are published in the local newspaper.

September 30

 All add/deletes for mortgage group codes are due in by the mortgage companies.