Living in Oklahoma City has its perks. It is really a small town at heart. The kindness and warm-hearted hellos from just about everyone makes the city such a friendly environment. It has a growing economy, low housings costs, and several attractions that entice young families, millennials and even retirees to move here. You can find so much to do in Oklahoma City. Here is a breakdown about Oklahoma City and why it is great place to call home.
Median Age: 34
Weather: The average high is 72.2F and the average low is 50.7.
Cost of Living
The cost of living in Oklahoma City is 84.6 out of 100. This means that the cost of living is lower than other U.S. cities, which is great for millennials, entrepreneurs, and well anyone else moving here.
As of June 2019, the unemployment rate for Oklahoma City is 3.3%. This is much lower than the national average, which is 3.8%.
Low commute time
Most Oklahoma City residents commute an average of 21 minutes – not bad at all! You also will not have to battle Los Angeles-style traffic on your way home or if you want to venture out for some nightlife.
Most popular attractions
Oklahoma City has several attractions for you and family members to enjoy. Here are just a few that make Oklahoma City unique.
Myriad Botanical Gardens is a 17-acre botanical garden where you will find beautiful landscapes that surround a sunken lake.
OKC National Memorial & Museum honors victims, survivors, rescuers and those whom were affected by the Oklahoma City bombing.
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is where you will find some amazing Western art and artifacts. This museum also holds the world’s largest collection of rodeo memorabilia.
Bricktown is an entertainment district located within downtown Oklahoma City that that is home to several restaurants, shops and entertainment.
The Oklahoma City Zoo has some amazing exhibits. This 119-acre zoo is home to more than 1,900 animals.
Are you a fan of sports? If so, Oklahoma City is home to a professional soccer team, a professional baseball team and an NBA team. Visit the Chesapeake Energy Arena to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder or head to the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark to enjoy some baseball.
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