City Plan Map Oklahoma State US

Oklahoma is home to a wide variety of cities and towns, each with its own unique character and charm. Here is a list of some of the major cities and towns in the state of Oklahoma:

  1. Oklahoma City – The state capital and largest city in Oklahoma, known for its thriving arts and culture scene, and the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team.
  2. Tulsa – The second-largest city in Oklahoma, known for its vibrant music and arts scene, as well as its rich history in the oil industry.
  3. Norman – Home to the University of Oklahoma, Norman is a college town with a strong sense of community.
  4. Edmond – A suburban city just north of Oklahoma City, known for its family-friendly atmosphere and quality schools.
  5. Broken Arrow – A city in the Tulsa metropolitan area, Broken Arrow is one of the fastest-growing communities in the state.
  6. Lawton – Located in southwest Oklahoma, Lawton is known for its proximity to Fort Sill and outdoor recreational opportunities.
  7. Stillwater – Home to Oklahoma State University, Stillwater is a college town with a strong agricultural and research presence.
  8. Enid – A city in north-central Oklahoma, known for its agricultural and aviation industries.
  9. Muskogee – Located along the Arkansas River, Muskogee is known for its Native American heritage and annual Azalea Festival.
  10. Bartlesville – Home to several major oil companies, including Phillips 66, Bartlesville has a strong connection to the petroleum industry.
  11. Shawnee – A city in central Oklahoma with a rich Native American history and a growing arts community.
  12. Yukon – A suburb of Oklahoma City, Yukon is known for its Czech heritage and the annual Czech Festival.
  13. Ardmore – A city in southern Oklahoma, Ardmore is known for its proximity to the Lake Murray State Park and recreational opportunities.
  14. Claremore – The birthplace of Will Rogers, Claremore is a city with a strong historical and cultural presence.
  15. Midwest City – A suburb of Oklahoma City, Midwest City is home to Tinker Air Force Base and a strong military community.

These are just a few of the cities and towns in Oklahoma, and there are many more across the state, each with its own unique character and history.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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