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Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the capital of Oklahoma and is often referred to as just OKC. It’s a good-sized city, home to around 650,000 people. Sitting in the Great Plains region of the country, agriculture, oil, gas and transportation are a large part of the local economy and provide many of the opportunities here.

The city is large and lively and has a lot of entertainment districts, thriving arts and culture scene and music is a big part of life here. After a huge investment during the 1990s, the city has been revitalized and offers a high quality of life with decent prospects and lots to see and do.

Corporate lodging in Oklahoma City is mainly furnished apartments, condos and townhomes. The majority will be inside purpose-built developments but some Downtown properties will be conversions. Each offers a high quality of accommodation with everything included.

Employment in Oklahoma City

The economy of Oklahoma City is huge and spreads across technology, energy, transportation, services and natural resources. There is also a hugely diversified supporting economy at the lower levels providing everything a city of this size needs to grow.

Major employers in Oklahoma City include United States Federal Aviation Administration, Integris Health, Hobby Lobby Stores, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, AAR Defense Systems & Logistics, OG+E Energy Corp, Devon Energy Corporation, Oklahoma City University, SSM Health Care, AT&T, Sonic Corp., The Boeing Company, LSB Industries, Inc., The Hertz Corporation, Cox Communications, Dell, American Fidelity Assurance, United Parcel Service, Farmers Insurance Group, Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Johnson Controls, MidFirst Bank, Rose State College, Ackerman McQueen Advertising, Braum’s Ice Cream Store & Restaurants, BrandLink Media and Continental Resources.

Medical centers in Oklahoma City include University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Mercy Health Center, University of Oklahoma Medical Center, Deaconess Hospital, Oklahoma Health Center and INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center.

Getting around Oklahoma City

A city of this size has plenty of ways to arrive and get around when you’re here. Flights will arrive at either Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) or Wiley Post Airport (PWA). OKC is currently undergoing expansion to increase its international presence while PWA handles smaller flights and corporate arrivals.

Amtrak runs daily from Fort Worth into Santa Fe Depot but there is no light rail service.

Greyhound run services into Union Bus Station while Embark is the city’s commuter bus service.

The new Streetcar system serves Bricktown, Midtown and Downtown and will be expanding steadily over the next few years.

Oklahoma City is an interstate hub so roads are well catered for. The I-35 and I-40 both cross in the city while I-240 is the local loop and I-235 serves other traffic. Highway 77 and local routes handle local traffic.

As cars are the main way to get around, traffic can get busy at peak times. The rest of the time, the city streets are relatively easy to navigate.

Living in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City always has something going on and most of it is in Downtown. There are numerous entertainment districts and other areas to visit depending on what you want to see or do.

Neighborhoods in Oklahoma City include Bricktown, Western Avenue, Uptown 23rd, Stockyards City, Paseo Arts District, Midtown, City Center, Boathouse District, Arts District, Asian District, Adventure District, Deep Deuce, Automobile Alley, Plaza District, Heritage Hills & Mesta Park, Cottage District, Crown Heights–Edgemere Heights, Western Avenue Corridor, 39th Street Enclave, Capitol Hill, Lincoln Terrace, Nichols Hills and The Village.

Things to see and do in Oklahoma City include Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Super Cao Nguyen Supermarket, Edward L. Gaylord – Boone Pickens Oklahoma Heritage Museum, Oklahoma Opry, Harn Homestead Museum, International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum, Myriad Botanical Gardens, Canterbury Choral Society, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park, Cox Convention Center, Chesapeake Energy Arena, White Water Bay, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, Museum of Osteology, White Water Bay, American Banjo Museum, Reduxion Theatre Company, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma Railway Museum, Red Earth Museum and Oklahoma City Dodgers.

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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma