About Bryan County
This web site is provided by Nancy Conner, County Treasurer since July 1, 2007. Our goal is to provide additional payment options to taxpayers and greater access to public information -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week -- all without the inconvenience or expense of a trip to the courthouse.
We are continually working to improve the website. Please let me know if you have ideas we can use to make the site better.
PLEASE NOTE: My website requires that all delinquent taxes for a person or parcel be paid in full at one time. It will not allow you to pay some delinquent years without paying all. If you attempt to do so, the system will simply empty your cart instead of going on to the payment screen. This is its normal procedure, and not a malfunction of the site.
Bryan County Treasurer
Robert L. Williams Courthouse Annex
323 W. Beech Street
Durant, Oklahoma 74701
Office Hours: 8:00 - 5:00 (Open Noon)
Telephone: (580) 924-0748
Fax: (580) 924-3383
IMPORTANT INFORMATION -- NOTICE OF OFFICE CLOSING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2014!!
On that date, all employees will be required to attend annual systems training in Norman, Oklahoma. This training is only offered once a year, and is important enough for me to require all deputies to attend. The training will result in better service for you, the citizens and businesses of Bryan County.
I hope that this advance notice will allow to schdule your business with this office around that closure date.
We will be open Monday, September 8, all day, and will re-open Wednesday, September 10, at 8:00 a.m.
I thank you in advance for your understanding.
Nancy Conner, Bryan County Treasurer 08/18/2014.
- Delinquent Real Estate Notices have been mailed out. To guarantee your name is not published in the Durant Daily Democrat, you MUST pay ON OR BEFORE August 29, 2014.
- If you want to know what property sold, to whom, for how much, if there were excess funds, and if those funds have been claimed, go to the JUNE SALE INFORMATION page, and click on the 2014 JUNE SALE RESULTS. Everything's there in a nutshell.