Coweta is located in Wagoner County, just minutes south and east of Tulsa on Highway 51.
Coweta is experiencing tremendous growth with numerous new single-family subdivisions, several multi-family developments being planned, an abundance of new commercial and retail developments in progress.
The City of Coweta works with many partners to ensure well-planned growth, successful development of the area's economy, and preservation of our friendly small town character.
Coweta works to incorporate a full range of services including land for industrial, commercial and residential needs.
Wagoner is an exciting city which is appropriately called the Gateway to Lake Fort Gibson.
Wagoner sits just to the southeast of Tulsa, close enough to enjoy the amenities of the metropolitan area and just far enough away to maintain its identity as a safe and secure small town where its children enjoy the region’s top rated schools.
Wagoner proudly boasts its past as being the crossroads for the east-west and the north-south railroad lines and received it’s name because of the "Wagoner switch".
Richard Keck, Mayor of Porter Town of Porter Shirley Herring, Clerk PO Box 149 Porter, OK 74454 (P) 918-483-8331
Many changes have occurred in Catoosa over the past few years. The city continues to grow with a population of approximately 6,000.
Catoosa is the home of the world-class, internationally known Port of Catoosa. This 2000-acre industrial park includes our fully equipped, multi-modal transportation center, providing year-round shipping to ports all over the world.
Broken Arrow is Oklahoma’s third largest manufacturing city, with approximately 200 facilities representing aerospace, machine tools, plastics, telecommunications, food processing, metal fabrication, glass, concrete, and many other industries.
With 12 fully developed industrial or business parks, including four that are certified, there are sites available for every type of business. Fiber-optic cable, DSL, ISDN, and “point of presence” switching service is available. Also, more than 2,000 support services, distributors, and commercial business throughout the city, and new shopping centers are currently under development.
The City of Wagoner Economic Development Authority
The City of Wagoner Economic Development Authority is a public trust authority of the City of Wagoner. Its mission is to grow industry in the city while creating jobs and wealth for the city it serves. The Authority works hand-in-hand with the City of Wagoner.