Storage Facilities in Oklahoma
Nichols Hills Western Ave., Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Norman 12th Ave., Oklahoma
Norman, OK 73071
Northwest Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK 73142
Ardmore Commerce St., Oklahoma
Ardmore, OK 73401
Chickasha, OK 73018
Moving to Oklahoma?
Good call! Don’t believe the stereotypes -- Oklahoma may be cowboy country, and that wind may indeed come whippin’ down the plains, but there’s also so much to discover and do in the Sooner State. Whether you choose to relocate to bustling Oklahoma City or Tulsa, to a college town like Norman, or to one of the many small rural communities that dot the state, you’ll find a way to feel right at home.
You’ll find a rich mix of cowboy culture, Native culture, and bustling urban life in Oklahoma, depending on where you finally hang your hat. One of the best things about moving to Oklahoma is that it’s affordable. You can definitely get more bang for your buck in terms of housing, daily living expenses, and more than you can in other areas of the country -- even if you choose to live right in the heart of OKC or Tulsa.
Be prepared to keep an eye on the weather, though! Oklahoma weather is notoriously changeable -- bright and clear one moment, with devastating storms and tornadoes popping up seemingly out of nowhere. In exchange, though, you get access to the Arbuckle Mountains and other places of absolutely stunning beauty, and a warm enough climate that you can enjoy the outdoors much of the year.
Average high temperature: 80.7F
Average low temperature: 45.9F
Average temperature: 60.1F
Average annual precipitation - - rainfall: 32.03 inches
Median property value: $123,000
Top cities: Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Stillwater
Jobs and Commutes
Major industries: Education, oil and gas, wind energy, agriculture, tourism
Largest employers: Express Employment Professionals, Quik Trip, Hobby Lobby, Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores, State of Oklahoma
Average Commute: 20.9 minutes
Main Roadways: 1-35, 1-44, 1-235, 1-244, 1-40
Public Transportation: Varies by city -- most Oklahomans commute by drive. Cities may have light rail, heavy rail, and buses.
Things to Do
Go to the rodeo
Go to a college football game
Visit Native American cultural sites
Visit a casino
Spend time in one of the many gorgeous state parks
Eat authentic barbecue
Oklahoma Moving Resources