Clarification: Jim Thorpe Building, all OCC district, field offices closed to public until further notice

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Greetings stakeholders, 

In our continuing response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission's main Oklahoma City office located in the Jim Thorpe Building is closed to the public until further notice, as indicated on our homepage. In addition, all our public buildings and offices, including the Tulsa Regional office and Oil and Gas Conservation Division District field offices are closed to the public. The OCC's Ports of Entry remain in operation, but the buildings are also closed to the public. 

The agency's business will continue as the majority of our staff are working remotely. All court hearings in Oklahoma City scheduled for Monday, Mar. 23, 2020, will be continued to a later date, either Tuesday or as otherwise agreed to by the parties. Attorneys and court hearing participants will soon receive a separate message on how to participate in court hearings remotely. 

Transportation Division stakeholders already can conduct all necessary business with no in-person interactions. Read more about conducting Transportation-related business online:

We appreciate your patience and consideration as agency staff work to continue to provide service while we make adjustments necessary to protect public health. Please check the Commission's homepage for more updates.

Thank you for your cooperation and attention to these matters.