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The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) represents Oklahoma cities and towns working together for their mutual benefit. The OML acts as a central clearinghouse for information and services for its member municipalities.  


Municipal Groups

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Municipal Groups

To apply for membership to these groups, please use this online form.


OML Secretariat Groups


Municipal Clerks & Treasurers (MC&T)

This program is for clerks, treasurers, finance officers, and/or anyone who performs the duties of those offices. Certification requires registration into the program, payment of the registration fee, and attendance at one annual workshop approved by the MC&T Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee has established the hours and training required for state certification.


Mayors Council of Oklahoma (MCO)

MCO was organized in 1991 as an organization of mayors and vice mayors from across Oklahoma who work together to promote the common goals of all Oklahoma municipalities.


Oklahoma Association of Municipal Attorneys (OAMA)

The Oklahoma Association of Municipal Attorneys (OAMA) was formed to educate, support and inform municipal attorneys in the highly specialized field of municipal law. The member cities and towns, through their attorneys, operate the organization.


Municipal Liaison Board to the Oklahoma Tax Commission

This Board was formed by the OML Board of Directors in April 2010 to further the League’s on-going efforts to increase municipal revenues.  
The purpose of the Liaison Board is to identify problems with the Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) involving sales and use tax collections and enforcement; the Independent Auditor Program as well as accountability by OTC for the retainage paid by municipalities for enforcement of their sales tax ordinances.


Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association

OCEA Offers Understanding and Perspective to Code Issues. Founded in 1994, the Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association is dedicated to the study and advancement of Code Enforcement at the local, county and state levels. Its membership represents both large cities and small towns that have an interest in enhancing neighborhood and community health, safety, welfare and aesthetics. 


Oklahoma Municipal Court Clerks Association

The Oklahoma Municipal Court Clerks Association is dedicated to increasing the public’s confidence in the judicial branch of government by striving to improve the quality of judicial administration for municipal courts in the state of Oklahoma.  In carrying out its mission, the Association strives to provide professional education to its members and to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and experience among municipal court clerks in Oklahoma.


Oklahoma Municipal Judges Association (OMJA)

The Oklahoma Municipal Judges Association exists to help municipal judges with the exacting duties of municipal court management. OMJA is run entirely by its member judges. Collectively, we have the ability to provide each other with a wealth of experience and expertise. OMJA is dedicated to sharing that expertise for the benefit of municipal officials.


Oklahoma Municipal Utility Providers

Municipalities must speak clearly on legislative and public policy water issues.  The Oklahoma Municipal Utility Providers (OMUP) was created as a legislative action group.  OMUP will educate and update municipalities on the status of ongoing water issues, including funding, new regulations, NOV’s and consent orders and more.

Other Municipal Groups


City Management Association of Oklahoma

CMAO promotes efficiency of city managers, county managers and other urban administrators and aids the improvement of urban administration in general. The association also provides information on matters of interest or concern to all urban governments.


Oklahoma Municipal Clerk, Treasurers, Finance Officers Association

Since 1957, the Oklahoma Municipal Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officials Association (OMCTFOA) has promoted, enhanced and encouraged the professional development and standing of clerks, treasurers and finance officials through cooperative communication, education and training.