COVID-19 changes

Corporation Commission staff will continue to serve stakeholders remotely

NOTICE: In our continuing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commission is allowing limited meetings and hearings in certain cases with an opportunity to appear in person. *Details outlined below.

The Commission has implemented remote work for many employees. All OCC services will be conducted online, via telephone, email and regular mail until further notice.

While we are still providing services during regular business hours, response times could be longer than normal, as only a limited number of staff members will be in the Jim Thorpe Building until further notice. This allows us to protect public health and to ensure we provide a safe environment for our staff and the public we serve. The agency will follow CDC guidance for employers, and we are aware of the CDC's stated risks for events and public gatherings.

*In compliance with Executive Order 2020-06, non-OCC staff may appear in person for limited meetings and hearings in certain cases if they comply with the guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and/or the Oklahoma State Department of Health and instructions the Oklahoma Corporation Commission provided.

Additional actions taken to mitigate COVID-19

Read the latest order OCC Commissioners passed on Sept. 22 regarding COVID-19.

Transportation Division's public counter was closed as of March 19, 2020. Read more about how to conduct business online.

Commissioner meetings will continue to occur as scheduled, and we invite you to watch the live stream or listen via conference call. Any en banc hearings currently scheduled before the Commission will proceed as scheduled unless otherwise determined by the Commission. Read more about the Commissioners continuing to conduct business.

Administrative court hearing participants received updated instructions on remote participation and remote filing instructions. Read more about how we will continue court proceedings remotely.

Notice for OUSF-eligible health care facilities, schools and libraries: broadband can be temporarily increased at no extra charge. Read more for details. Find the emergency change form here.

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