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List of Cities in Oklahoma

List of Cities in Oklahoma

List of Cities in Oklahoma

Oklahoma has a number of major cities and a number of smaller towns. Here’s a list of the most populous cities in Oklahoma:

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city in Oklahoma. It’s known for being a centre for oil and gas, as well as for its vibrant cultural community. The city is also known for its large number of parks, including the Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden and Myriad Botanical Gardens.

The city ranks as the largest city in Oklahoma and 58th largest city in the United States by population.

Tulsa

Tulsa is the second most populous city in Oklahoma.  Tulsa is located in the northeastern part of the state and is home to many corporate headquarters, including Williams Companies and ONEOK, as well as Oral Roberts University. Tulsa was named after the Native American tribe that inhabited it before European settlers arrived; it translates to “we have heard.”

Norman

Norman is a city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma located on the main campus of the University of Oklahoma and is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Norman is the county seat of Cleveland County, though some have referred to it as “The City of Norman”. The official nickname of Norman is “The Little Apple”, and it is commonly known as a major college town and tourist destination within Oklahoma.

Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow is the fourth most populous city in Oklahoma. Broken Arrow was founded in 1902 by two men who were looking to build a town where they could raise their families. The city was named after a creek called Broken Arrow. Broken Arrow was incorporated as a city in 1905.

Lawton

Lawton is a city located in Comanche County, Oklahoma. It was established in 1901 and incorporated in 1902. Lawton is the county seat of Comanche County.

Lawton was founded in 1901 when the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad built a line through Indian Territory. The city was named after Henry Ware Lawton, a Civil War general who was killed at Gettysburg. Lawton’s economy has been diversified into manufacturing, retail and healthcare sectors over the years.

List of Cities in Oklahoma, Estimated Population 2020

2020 Rank City 2020 Estimated Population County
1 Oklahoma City 649,821 Oklahoma
2 Tulsa 402,441 Tulsa
3 Norman 124,086 Cleveland
4 Broken Arrow 108,875 Tulsa
5 Lawton 93,535 Comanche
6 Edmond 93,101 Oklahoma
7 Moore 61,683 Cleveland
8 Midwest City 57,392 Oklahoma
9 Stillwater 50,183 Payne
10 Enid 50,116 Garfield
11 Muskogee 37,337 Muskogee
12 Bartlesville 36,389 Washington
13 Owasso 36,495 Tulsa
14 Shawnee 31,232 Pottawatomie
15 Yukon 26,830 Canadian
16 Bixby 26,724 Tulsa
17 Ardmore 24,779 Carter
18 Ponca City 24,527 Kay
19 Duncan 22,985 Stephens
20 Del City 21,950 Oklahoma
21 Jenks 21,812 Tulsa
22 Sapulpa 20,928 Creek
23 Mustang 20,792 Canadian
24 Sand Springs 19,822 Tulsa
25 Bethany 19,543 Oklahoma
26 Altus 19,163 Jackson
27 Claremore 19,069 Rogers
28 El Reno 18,786 Canadian
29 McAlester 18,206 Pittsburg
30 Durant 17,583 Bryan
31 Ada 17,371 Pontotoc
32 Tahlequah 16,741 Cherokee
33 Chickasha 16,423 Grady
34 Miami 13,484 Ottawa
35 Glenpool 13,479 Tulsa
36 Woodward 12,543 Woodward
37 Choctaw 12,354 Oklahoma
38 Okmulgee 12,239 Okmulgee
39 Elk City 11,997 Beckham
40 Weatherford 11,978 Custer
41 Guymon 11,703 Texas
42 Guthrie 11,492 Logan
43 Warr Acres 10,420 Oklahoma
44 Coweta 9,673 Wagoner
45 Newcastle 9,652 McClain
46 Pryor Creek 9,520 Mayes
47 The Village 9,429 Oklahoma
48 Clinton 9,393 Custer
49 Poteau 8,859 Le Flore
50 Wagoner 8,846 Wagoner

 

List of Cities in Oklahoma, in Alphabetic Order

What are the names of all the cities in Oklahoma?

  1. Ada
  2. Altus
  3. Anadarko
  4. Ardmore
  5. Bartlesville
  6. Bethany
  7. Bixby
  8. Blackwell
  9. Blanchard
  10. Broken Arrow
  11. Catoosa
  12. Chickasha
  13. Choctaw
  14. Claremore
  15. Clinton
  16. Collinsville
  17. Coweta
  18. Cushing
  19. Del City
  20. Duncan
  21. Durant
  22. Edmond
  23. El Reno
  24. Elk City
  25. Enid
  26. Glenpool
  27. Grove
  28. Guthrie
  29. Guymon
  30. Harrah
  31. Henryetta
  32. Holdenville
  33. Hugo
  34. Idabel
  35. Jenks
  36. Lawton
  37. Lone Grove
  38. McAlester
  39. Miami
  40. Midwest City
  41. Moore
  42. Muskogee
  43. Mustang
  44. Newcastle
  45. Noble
  46. Norman
  47. Oklahoma City
  48. Okmulgee
  49. Owasso
  50. Pauls Valley
  51. Perry
  52. Piedmont
  53. Ponca City
  54. Poteau
  55. Pryor Creek
  56. Purcell
  57. Sallisaw
  58. Sand Springs
  59. Sapulpa
  60. Seminole
  61. Shawnee
  62. Skiatook
  63. Stillwater
  64. Tahlequah
  65. Tecumseh
  66. The Village
  67. Tulsa
  68. Tuttle
  69. Vinita
  70. Wagoner
  71. Warr Acres
  72. Watonga
  73. Weatherford
  74. Woodward
  75. Yukon

How many cities do we have in Oklahoma?

The state is divided into 77 counties and contains 597 municipalities consisting of cities, towns, or villages. Oklahoma City is the capital city of Oklahoma.

What are Oklahoma’s 5 major cities?

The major cities in Oklahoma are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow and Lawton

What is the capital of Oklahoma?

The capital of Oklahoma and the largest city of Oklahoma is Oklahoma City, whose most recent estimated population of 649,821.

The Name Oklahoma

The name “Oklahoma” comes from Choctaw words meaning “red people”, and humma Okla meaning “people who live in red places”. The Choctaw called themselves this because they were indigenous to that area before it was settled by European Americans as part of the Indian Territory.

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List of Cities in Oklahoma
List of Cities in Oklahoma