Cleveland County is one of only three counties in Oklahoma that does not levy a sales tax. That ends April 1, when a ¼ cent sales tax goes into effect. County voters approved the tax last December to finance construction of a new jail at Franklin Road and 24th Avenue NW.
Hmmm. I live in one of the holdouts Oklahoma County but what’s the other?
The Tax Commission made a list [link goes to PDF file], and after checking it twice, I find that Hughes County has no county sales tax.
On the other hand, Holdenville, the seat thereof, will sock you for 5 percent, over and above the state levy of 4.5.
(After that Tax Commission link dies, you can find the current numbers here.)