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New Address Request Form - Bryan County

  1. Procedure for Requesting a 911 Address in Bryan County

  2. 1. To request an address in Bryan County: Fill out the Bryan County Address Request Form below or you can pick up the form at Durant City Hall – 300 W Evergreen St – Community Development Department – Phone: (580) 931-6610.

  3. 2. When three (3) or more 911 addresses are on a private drive this requires naming the private drive. • A Resolution is required from the Governing Jurisdiction such as (Board of Bryan County Commissioners, Calera Town Council, etc.) approving the road name before any addresses are assigned. • A copy of the approved Resolution must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator before any addresses are assigned.

  4. 3. New roads and driveways must be identifiable and marked (survey markers, dirt work, etc.) before any addresses are assigned. • You must clearly mark your driveway with two (2) stakes with an orange or red flag. Stake placement shall be one on each side of the driveway (or driveway to be). Stakes must be easily viewable from the road. *NOTE: If you do not mark your driveway as described above, your address will be delayed.

  5. 4. Existing Roads: • A Resolution is required from the Governing Jurisdiction when an existing road is renamed before any addresses are assigned. • A Resolution is required from the Governing Jurisdiction when an existing road is extended before any addresses are assigned. • A copy of the Resolution must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator before any addresses are assigned.

  6. 5. Preliminary Subdivision plats and/or Subdivision plats in: • Unincorporated areas of Bryan County must be approved by the Board of Bryan County Commissioners. • Municipalities/Townships within Bryan County must be approved by Governing Council. • All approved plats must be filed at the Bryan County Clerk’s Office before any addresses are assigned. • Any plat filed at the Bryan County Clerk’s Office without road names will need a resolution from the Governing Jurisdiction approving road names before any addresses are assigned. The approved resolution must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator before any addresses are assigned. • A copy of the recorded plat must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator before any addresses are assigned.

  7. 6. When the 911 Coordinator assigns 911 addresses in the County, these addresses are then sent to the designated County Floodplain Administrator after assignment.

  8. 7. The 911 Coordinator will notify the requesting party of their final 911 address.

  9. Bryan County Address Request Form

    Requests may take 60-65 days to process. We currently do field addresses every other month. Please make sure and enter enough information with your request so a person not familiar with the area can find the exact location of your new address. If you don't provide enough details to enable the map person to find your new address it can cause delays. PLEASE NOTE: 911 addresses are location specific, therefore 911 addresses MUST NOT be utilized in an unassigned location. Doing so could impair any First Responder from finding the correct location in times of an emergency. Also, you are NOT allowed to pick your 911 address. Doing so could impair any First Responder from finding the correct location in times of an emergency. * Required

  10. Last name first followed by comma then first name or business name.

  11. Please include all 10 digits of your phone number.

  12. Please include all 10 digits of your phone number.

  13. Please include full address, city, state, and zip code.

  14. Enter only if the new address is in a subdivision.

  15. What is the road name in which the new address driveway is located? Please provide plenty of details to enable a mapping person to find your new address location. Driveway must be clearly marked by (2) stakes with an orange or red flag. Stake placement shall be one on each side of the driveway (or driveway location to be). Stakes must be easily viewable from the road. If you do not mark your driveway, getting your address will be delayed.

  16. Which side of the road will the new address be on?*

    Choose one below

  17. Please enter road intersections on both ends of the road in which request is made (examples: Smith St and Jones St or Smith St and Dead End).

  18. If we can't find where your new address will be, it will cause delays, so please provide lots of details on how to find where your new address will be.

  19. You are required to get a floodplain permit (Title 44, Code of Federal Regulations). Please contact Joel (Butch) Scalf, Bryan County Floodplain Administrator, at jscalf@bryancountyok.us or 817-228-9485. *

  20. How do you wish to be notified of your new address?*

  21. ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ACCURATELY ANSWERED AND COMPLETE OR REQUEST WILL BE DELAYED OR POSSIBLY REJECTED

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