Considering moving to OKC? Your next hometown may just surprise you. Sure, Oklahoma City boasts clean air. Low crime. Easy commutes. Low cost of living. Friendly people. New and renovated schools. Fresh farmers markets and trendy local coffee shops. An exciting, dynamic arts and music scene. A cradle of entrepreneurship. More than 300 days of sunshine per year. Even an NBA team calls OKC home.
But what’s different about OKC? For starters, you can still dream big. A renewed emphasis on public improvements and large-scale projects has helped propel our renaissance and make OKC a big-league city, while also keeping us a great place to live, work, and play. This enterprise and energy is evident everywhere, whether you’re kayaking on the Oklahoma River, checking out the Chihuly at the Museum of Art, or cheering on the Oklahoma City Thunder. Check us out and see why in OKC, it’s truly a better living and a better life.
For more, visit the Oklahoma City Chamber website.
Why Tulsa? Tulsa sits comfortably in the state of Oklahoma, but maintains a very unique identity — a historic city with a wholly modern vibe, boasting a culturally diverse population and lifestyle.
Every Tulsan has a different answer for why this Oklahoma oddity is the city for them. Tulsa is big enough to offer high-end restaurants and stores, an array of nightlife activities and big-city sights, but is also small enough to make everyday life convenient. From cost of living benefits, friendly residents and cultural amenities, Tulsans have a variety of reasons for sticking around.
For more, view the Tulsa Chamber’s relocation guide.