Comanche County, Oklahoma

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Board of County Commissioners Sign Recommend the Closure of Non-Essential Businesses in Unincorporated Comanche County


Lawton, OK:  At their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, March 30th, the Comanche County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) discussed and resolved unanimously to continue compliance with Governor Kevin Stitt’s executive order for COVID-19 response, so called “Safer at Home” order. The BOCC recommends the temporary cessation of non-essential business as defined by the State. A full list of these non-essential businesses can be found online at; but by example would include hair salons, gyms, theaters, massage parlors, tattoo parlors, museums and other listed on the above-mentioned site. This recommendation is for all businesses inside of unincorporated Comanche County (outside of municipal limits).

The BOCC took this action due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Comanche County, with our number of positive cases doubling over the weekend and the expectation of more to come. In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the BOCC continues to enforce their earlier proclaimed shelter-in-place order to close all restaurants, bars, and taverns to dine-in service, allowing take-out or curbside service only. They also continue to advise all residents of Comanche County to stay at home unless running essential errands and to practice social distancing, as well as proper hand washing and hygiene.




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Comanche County Treasurer Rhonda Brantley wants the public to be aware of changes in the 2nd HALF PAYMENT due date for ad valorem taxes. Per guidelines put in place by Governor Kevin Stitt and State Auditor Cindy Byrd, the 2nd HALF PAYMENT due date will be April 30th.

"To be clear, this only applies to taxpayers that have made their first half payment, this will not apply to those that are delinquent," Brantley said, "If you made your 1st half payment by the due date, you will have additional time to pay your 2nd payment without penalty."

Comanche County Treasurer Rhonda Brantley wants the public to be aware of guidance the Treasurer's Office can provide during the closing of the Comanche County Courthouse to the public concerning tax payments. The Courthouse has been closed to the public due to the State of Emergency Declaration by the Comanche County Commissioners due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can mail your tax payment to the Treasurer's Office at 315 SW 5th Street, Room 300, Lawton, OK 73501, or use website provided for online payments. I understand that there will be taxpayers that are not comfortable with these options. If you feel you need to contact our office by phone or email to guide you through other options, we will make sure to provide you with the service you need. The office phone number is 580-355-5763. The Treasurer's e-mail is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


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