Aid, Relief, and
Economic Security

Tulsa County received $113,690,799 from the U.S. Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to reimburse and replenish critical resources needed to fight the spread of COVID-19 throughout Tulsa County’s municipalities, government agencies, small businesses and non-profit organizations.

Financial Update: Week of Aug. 3, 2020

Tulsa County CARES Fund $113,690,799.60  
Municipalities $999,790.39  

Small Business

Other $18,075,921.89  
Remaining Balance $64,615,087.32  


In April 2020, Tulsa County received $113,690,799.60 from the U.S. CARES Act.


BOCC allocated $25 million to the TEDC RESET program to administer forgivable loans of up to $125,000 to solopreneurs and businesses with fewer than 100 employees.


BOCC allocated $5 million to the TEDC RESET program assist area nonprofit organizations with either a grant of up to $250,000 for those providing social services to impacted individuals or a forgivable loan for non-social services.


The BOCC allocated $999,790.39 to Tulsa County municipalities.


Additional funds are allocated to key government agencies and civic nonprofit organizations including Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency, Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa County Election Board, Tulsa Housing Authority and more.

County-wide Financial Distribution

The Tulsa County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) govern three districts which include nine municipalities: Broken Arrow, Bixby, Collinsville, Glenpool, Jenks, Leonard, Owasso, Sand Springs and Sperry. 

Tulsa County CARES funding is distributed throughout all corners of Tulsa County to confront the unprecedented public health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Click here to see funding throughout Tulsa County, current as of August 3, 2020.

Commissioner Stan Sallee, District 1
Commissioner Karen Keith, District 2
Commissioner Ron Peters, District 3