DISTRICT 1 Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers and Washington counties.
DISTRICT 2 Adair, Cherokee, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Sequoyah and Wagoner counties.
DISTRICT 3 Choctaw, Haskell, Latimer, Leflore, McCurtain, Pittsburg and Pushmataha counties.
DISTRICT 4 Atoka, Bryan, Carter, Coal, Garvin, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray and Pontotoc counties.
DISTRICT 5 Hughes, Lincoln, Okfuskee, Pawnee, Payne, Pottawatomie and Seminole counties.
DISTRICT 6 Creek, Osage and Tulsa counties.
DISTRICT 7 Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grand, Kay, Kingfisher, Major and Noble counties.
DISTRICT 8 Canadian, Cleveland, Logan and Oklahoma counties.
DISTRICT 9 Caddo, Comanche, Cotton, Grady, Jefferson, McClain, Stephens and Tillman counties.
DISTRICT 10 Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita counties.
DISTRICT 11 Beaver, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Texas, Woods and Woodward counties.
Oklahoma City represents Oklahoma City and meets with District 8 in District meetings.
Tulsa represents Tulsa and meets with District 6 in District meetings.
Town member – Director-at-large representing towns.
What is the OML?
The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) is cities and towns working together for their mutual benefit. The OML acts as a central clearinghouse for information and services for its member municipalities.
Who Governs the OML and sets its policies?
A 17-member Board of Directors consisting of elected and appointed city and town officials meets regularly to set OML’s priorities and to direct the staff. The Board members are elected at the annual conference. Legislative direction is determined by the delegates attending the conference through adoption of specific issues and a statement of policy.
What does OML do?
Representatives of the Oklahoma Municipal League:
OML maintains constant contact with city and town officials through:
Research and Information
The OML maintains an extensive library and staff members respond to numerous requests for information from member city and town officials.
Publications issued by the OML include:
Cities and towns through their membership in the OML may participate in:
OML MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) is to provide services and programs required by municipal officials to assist them in better serving their citizens, and to act as the representative of Oklahoma municipalities in interactions requiring a united voice. Since 1913, the League has served as the individual and collective voice of local officials on the state and national level. In addition, the League acts as a clearinghouse to offer services which individual cities and towns do not have the time, money, or expertise to provide alone. Of the 590 cities and towns in Oklahoma over 450 are currently members.
Any incorporated city or town is eligible for general membership by paying an annual service fee set by the Board of Directors. The League is a nonpartisan, nonprofit corporation owned, organized and operated by its member cities and towns.
The OML Website is www.oml.org. The OML official newspaper, Oklahoma Cities & Towns is published 12 times a year. The newspaper features national, state, and local news of interest to city and town officials as well as articles about programs from various municipalities.
Other regularly issued publications include: