About Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City is a great place to live and raise your family. With a low cost of living, little traffic congestion, and exceptionally friendly people, it’s easy to get a small-town feel in the nation’s 29th largest city. With three major interstates that intersect here, you can be almost anywhere in the city within 20 minutes. OKC is growing every year, attracting new businesses and attractions.
In OKC, you also have the advantages of a major metropolitan area. There is always something going on, whether it’s arts, theater, or a sporting event. A few attractions that are unique to OKC are Bricktown, an entertainment district with several restaurants and things to do, the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, and an “Adventure District” including a science museum and one of the nation’s top rated zoos. We also have numerous lakes, golf courses, shopping malls, state of the art movie theaters, and an amazing public parks system.
Housing is affordable and locations are plentiful, no matter what your price range. Oklahoma is also home to 43 universities and colleges, many boasting national titles in various sports. We’re also known for having an abundance of great restaurants to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. Another advantage to living in Oklahoma City is getting to experience all four seasons; we have snowy winters and sunny, clear summers, all while maintaining an average temperature of 60.3 degrees.