Land Records | Corner Monuments

Oklahoma Certified Corner Monuments

Since 1978, the State Archives has been home to corner monument records filed by surveyors from across Oklahoma. Currently, over 230,000 corner records are on file.

The corner monument records do not include personal property surveys. Land ownership is a county record. See the County Clerk’s office for more information.

Original survey plats and field notes are available online through the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management’s Federal Land Records Site.

Filing New Corner Records

Registered surveyors are required to file methods and reference measurements used in establishing section corners throughout the state. For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors’ website to find:

To file a new corner record, mail a completed Oklahoma Certified Corner Form to:

Archivist, Archives & Records Division
Oklahoma Department of Libraries
200 Northeast 18th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Corner records will not be accepted if they do not conform to the following rules:

  • Typed or written in black ink (photocopies are not acceptable)
  • Include original signature and seal
  • Printed on legal-size paper (8 ½” x 14”)
  • Paper cannot be folded (and with no creases from previous folding)
  • Include payment of $5.00 per record for the filing fee

For additional information, please contact the Corner Monuments Records Office.

Requesting Copies of Corner Records

Please use the Corner Monument Order Form to request copies of previously filed corner monument records.

The State Archives can fax or mail copies of corner records.

To request copies in person, visit the State Archives on the third floor of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries building:

Allen Wright Memorial Library
200 Northeast 18th Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105

Copies of corner records are $0.25 per page. An additional $1 fee will be charged for each request that is faxed.

Service hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Digital copies are available through HubTack, an online subscription-based service that provides access to all of the corner records housed at the State Archives.