Comanche County, Oklahoma

Welcome to the official website for Comanche County Government. Here you will find information on many programs and services, as well as subjects of interest to residents and visitors. We are here to offer assistance in making Comanche County a great place to live, work and play.


Follow us on Facebook!Follow us on Twitter!!! Nixle_Badge_White




The Sheriff's House Sale

The Sheriff's House Sale is a public auction to sell repossessed properties, and it occurs periodically throughout the year. Sales are usually held on a scheduled Monday, at 11:00am in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the Courthouse (Room 302). A list of properties is listed below. Be advised that the list is subject to change, and may not be complete. For a current list, you will have to visit the Sheriff's Office at the Courthouse (Room 102).


October 7

CJ-2014-469 2607 NW Debracy Avenue 132,000 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2019-10 2412 NW Nottingham Road 132,500 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2017-41 1508 NW Euclid Avenue 28,500 05-Sep-19 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-321 317 NW 65th Street 58,000 05-Sep-19 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-561 504 NE Cimarron Circle 46,000 05-Sep-19 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2019-238 2107 NW Baltimore 25,000 05-Sep-19 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2019-153 7014 SW Drakestone Blvd 127,000 05-Sep-19 Baer County Times    
CJ-2019-271 2401 SW Coombs Road 105,000 05-Sep-19 Baer County Times    
CJ-2019-375 Read Legal 41,000 05-Sep-19 Copeland County Times    
CJ-2019-347 1904 NW Smith Avenue 32,500 05-Sep-19 Copeland County Times    
CJ-2015-386 217 NE Happy Hollow Lane, Elgin 140,000 05-Sep-19 Mock County Times    
CJ-2019-59 2804 NW Ozmun Avenue 28,000 05-Sep-19 Mock County Times    
CJ-2019-319 1513 SW B Avenue 26,500 05-Sep-19 Mock County Times    
CJ-2018-686 621 NW Mockingbird Road 73,000 05-Sep-19 Mock County Times RECALL 12-Sep-19
CJ-2019-216 772 NW 16th Street 28,000 05-Sep-19 Mock County Times RECALL 12-Sep-19
CJ-2018-276 2401 SW Jefferson Avenue 10,000 05-Sep-19 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2019-144 3902 SE 75th Street 25,000 05-Sep-19 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-700 7203 NW Woodland Drive 58,500 06-Sep-19 Riggs Constitution    
CJ-2019-9 1402 NW Andrews Avenue 24,000 06-Sep-19 Nunley Constitution    
CJ-2018-807 820 Wisconsin Street, Geronimo 25,000 06-Sep-19 Garrison Constitution    
CJ-2019-73 239 SW Deyo Landing Loop, Cache 138,000 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2019-84 1513 NW Arlington Avenue 40,000 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2019-190 2424 NW 41st Street 41,500 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2018-144 1229 NW Logan Avenue 27,500 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2018-17 11223 NE Jere Layne, Elgin 162,000 05-Sep-19 Shapiro County Times RECALL 05-Sep-19
CJ-2019-262 1706 NW Ozmun Avenue 28,000 06-Sep-19 Newcombe Constitution  





Job Opening – Comanche County

Position:                    Comanche County Emergency Management Deputy Director

Department:              Comanche County Emergency Management

Salary:                       $45,000 - $50,000 annually (non-exempt salaried)

Application Closes:    September 23, 2019 by EOD



Comanche County Emergency Management provides service to all of Comanche County. The purpose of emergency management is to assist the community in mitigating, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from natural and man-made disasters. Emergency management provides support and assistance to the incident commander and/or emergency personnel responding to emergency incidents. It also creates, advises, and collaborates on emergency operations plans and standard operating procedures that affect emergency response throughout the jurisdiction.



The deputy director assumes all the roles and responsibilities of the director when he/she is indisposed or unavailable. Assists in all aspects of emergency management, including mitigation planning and efforts, preparedness and outreach, emergency and non-emergency response, and recovery from start to finish. The deputy director must also become a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and maintain that certification. As the CFM, the deputy will be responsible for managing all aspects of floodplain and stormwater within unincorporated Comanche County; this may include incorporated areas lacking a designated floodplain manager.


Duties and Responsibilities

Deputy Director

-          Assuming all roles and responsibilities of the director, as instructed or needed.

-          Assisting in community outreach by conducting or participating in presentations, meetings, fairs, and other community events.

-          Leading or participating in meetings and committees as delegated by the director.

-          Overseeing or assisting in emergency management projects and efforts that further the 4 phases of emergency management (mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery).

-          Networking and creating positive relationships with organizations, agencies, offices, and officials who will or may assist with emergency management efforts.

-          Activating and operating in the emergency operations center (EOC) when warranted by SOP/G or instructed by the director.

-          Staying familiar with the EOPs/SOP/Gs of critical facilities within the county.

-          Attending pertinent conferences, seminars, workshops, and meetings.

-          Continuing pertinent education and training.

-          This list may not be comprehensive and additional duties, tasks, or responsibilities may be assigned at a future date.



-          Becoming a CFM and maintaining that certification through required continuing education.

-          Attending the annual Floodplain Conference (generally September) and the annual Stormwater Conference (generally July/August).

-          Resolving and processing all floodplain permit requests.

-          Investigating and resolving all issues, difficulties, and other scenarios involving the floodplain or stormwater.

-          Maintaining the FIRM maps for unincorporated Comanche County.

-          Assisting the floodplain board meetings; creating the agendas and minutes for the board’s quarterly meeting; preparing a report; presenting floodplain permits for approval; and maintaining a position on the board.

-          Advising officials and other interested parties on matters regarding the floodplain and stormwater management.

-          Maintaining records and documents that keep the community eligible to participate in the FEMA’s NFIP.

-          Conducting an annual review of the FEMA “Repetitive Loss” list to identify properties, located within the community, to verify accuracy and establish priorities for possible mitigation. Correspond with FEMA to verify the “Repetitive Loss” list accuracy as requested.

-          Assisting with Community Assistance Visits (CAVs) as requested by Oklahoma Water Resource Board (OKWRB).

-          Conducting field work and office work as necessitated by floodplain and stormwater duties.

-          Work with DEQ to maintain the Comanche County Stormwater Program.

-          Provide quarterly reports to DEQ regarding the status of BMPs.




-          Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field from an accredited college (relevant public safety experience may be substituted for education requirements).

-          2 years’ experience in public safety or other relevant experience.


Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations

-          Valid class “D” Oklahoma Driver’s License.

-          Must have or complete National Incident Management System IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, and IS-800 within the first six months of employment.

-          Must have or complete National Incident Management System IS-120.a, IS-230.d, IS-235.b, IS-393.a, IS-634, and IS-775 within the first year of employment.


Additional Requirements

-          Applicant must be able to pass a background check and drug test.

-          Applicant may be asked to take an MMPI (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) to receive the job offer.

-          Applicant must reside in Comanche County, or be willing to relocate within 6 months of employment.

-          Upon notification, emergency management personnel are expected to respond in a timely manner to critical emergency and significant weather situations; this may include after-hours and weekend/holiday work. The deputy director will be included in an on-call office rotation for after-hours emergencies and notifications.

-          Must be able to operate simple and complex computer systems (or must be able to learn complex computer systems).

-          Must have familiarity with basic office software, such as Microsoft Office.


Application Process

-          Applicant must complete a Comanche County Employment Application; applications are available at:

o   The Comanche County Commissioners’ Office, 315 SW 5th Street, Room 303, Lawton, OK 73501

o   Online, CLICK HERE for digital application (must be printed and turned into the above address).

-          Submit the completed application, resume, high school diploma or GED certificate, and any relevant certificates to the County Commissioners’ Office: 315 SW 5th Street, Room 303, Lawton, OK 73501.

-          No calls.

-          All submitted application documents, paperwork, and certificates become the property of Comanche County Emergency Management.

Comanche County and Comanche County Emergency Management are equal opportunity employers.


  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 

Page 1 of 158

Nixle Info



Road & Bridge Reports