For the ninth year in a row, OKC’s municipal financial management has resulted in the highest bond rating by Moody’s Investor Service.
Thanks to “chutzpah that is not to be underestimated” Thrillist recently ranked OKC as one of the eight most underappreciated American cities.
In a large survey conducted in 309 cities across eight countries, OKC’s housing market was found to be the third most affordable (0.1 point away from causing a three-way tie for first place).
Oklahoma City’s not the only one who loves the beautiful Myriad Botanical Gardens--the Minneapolis Star Tribune included it among its top 10 public parks
Oklahoma City ranks at #6 on Livability's list of the best cities to get a fresh start.
Over 4.3 million travelers flew in and out of Will Rogers World Airport in 2018, setting another all-time record for passenger traffic.
A study by BadCredit found that thanks to things like OKC's low cost of living, average salary levels and plentiful employment opportunities, it's one of the best cities for a high quality life with a low price tag.
Millennial job seekers in Oklahoma City can enjoy several benefits like lower costs of living and a large millennial workforce, making it one of the best cities for millennials entering the workforce.