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New Address Request Form - Bryan County

  1. Policy Requirements for Requesting a 911 Address in Bryan County

    The purpose and intent of the County wide street naming and addressing policy is to establish standards for naming roadways and assigning numbers. This is to assist First Responders, Emergency Management, and the Public in the timely and efficient provision of services to residents and businesses of Bryan County. No policy can anticipate every condition or question related to individual circumstances. This policy can be revised or rescinded or any portion thereof when appropriate and without notice.

     

  2. 1. Only the property owner can request a 911 address. Proof of ownership is required.

  3. 2. New Street Names:

    No duplicate, alternate spelling, similar in sound or pronunciation allowed. (ex: Beech, Peach, Beach) or (ex: Pine Rd and Pine Ln or Pinewood)

     All new street names must be verified by the 911 Coordinator before being approved by the Governing Jurisdiction.

     When new street names are approved by the Governing Jurisdiction, a Resolution from the Governing Jurisdiction is required and a copy of the Resolution must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator.

  4. 3. When three (3) or more 911 addresses are on a private drive this requires naming the private drive and addresses will be assigned using the newly named street. See Policy #2 for new street names.

  5. 4. Existing Streets:

        A Resolution is required from the Governing Jurisdiction when an existing street is renamed. See Policy #2 for new street names. Justification needs to be provided.

        A Resolution is required from the Governing Jurisdiction when an existing street is extended. A copy of the Resolution and drawings must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator.

        Vacated or abandoned streets – Official documentation must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator showing street has been vacated or abandoned.


  6. 5. Preliminary Subdivision plats and/or Subdivision plats in:

    Preliminary Subdivision plats and/or Subdivision plats in:

     Unincorporated areas of Bryan County must be approved by the Board of Bryan County Commissioners.

     Areas within a 3-mile buffer of the Incorporated City Limits of the City of Durant must be approved by the Regional Planning Commission then the Board of Bryan County Commissioners.

        Municipalities/Townships within Bryan County must be approved by the Governing Jurisdiction.

     All approved plats must be filed at the Bryan County Clerk’s Office.

     Any plat filed at the Bryan County Clerk’s Office with or without street names requires a Resolution from the Governing Jurisdiction for each street. See Policy #2 for new street names.

        A copy of the recorded plat must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator.

        Vacated or abandoned plats – Official documentation must be turned in to the 911 Coordinator showing plat has been vacated or abandoned.

  7. 6. Vacant Properties/Lots:

    Vacant property or lot(s) shall not be addressed until Policy #7 requirement is meet, and construction has begun on your home or business.


  8. 7. Driveways:

     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. Stake placement must represent the actual width of the driveway.

     Tin horn/Culvert must be installed for the driveway prior to receiving a 911 address.

     Proof of tin horn/culvert installment for the driveway and driveway being marked as stated above is required. Provide a picture.

     If proof is not provided within 5 business days that tin horn/culvert is installed and driveway being marked as stated above, your address request will be deleted from the system and the process must be restarted.

  9. 8.  911 addresses are geocoded specific; therefore 911 addresses cannot be utilized in an unassigned location. Assigning your own 911 address is strictly PROHIBITED, you MUST adhere to the above process. Doing so could impair any First Responder from finding your location.


  10. Bryan County Address Request Form

    Before any addresses are assigned, you must read and comply with policy requirements

  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. Please provide plenty of details to enable a mapping person to find your new address location.

  15. Which side of the road will the new address be on?*
    Choose one below
  16. 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. *
  17. How do you wish to be notified of your new address?*
  18. Contact Floodplain Administrator for Floodplain permit (Title 44, Code of Federal Regulations)

    Joel Scalf     Phone:  817-228-9485     Email:  jscalf@bryancountyok.us


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