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Lifestyle / February 26, 2019

VeloCity recap

Here are some VeloCity stories you may have missed in the last two months.

By Kennedy Parker
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Lifestyle / February 19, 2019

OKC’s economic engine

While energy jobs are important to our local economy, most newcomers (and even some longtime residents) are shocked to learn that energy jobs make up only 3.5 percent of Oklahoma City’s employment base.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / February 19, 2019

2019 Greater Oklahoma City Economic Forecast

According to the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s 2019 Economic Forecast the metro’s economy is expected to continue to grow in 2019. In fact, job growth this year is expected to increase by 2.1 percent or 13,600 jobs.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / February 12, 2019

A game changer for OKC

If you are new to OKC, you may think that the Oklahoma River has always flowed freely just south of downtown, or that the Chesapeake Energy Arena has always welcomed screaming sports fans.

By Kaylee Terracina
Lifestyle / February 12, 2019

Spiffing up our streets

Did you know that the City of Oklahoma City maintains more than 3,500 miles of roadways within the city limits? Oklahoma City is massive, and that means that a lot of time and effort goes into improving our infrastructure.

By Kaylee Terracina
Lifestyle / February 12, 2019

Help write OKC history

Now that you understand how the power of a penny can change a city, I bet you are ready to dream up some projects that will boost Oklahoma City’s growth for the next generation. Luckily for you, the City is soliciting feedback for the next round of MAPS.

By Kaylee Terracina
Lifestyle / February 12, 2019

Make your voice heard

Today, Oklahoma City residents in Wards 2, 5, 6 and 8 will have the chance to choose who will serve on the City Council for the next four-year term, which begins in April 2019.

By Kaylee Terracina
May 2018 Chamber Forum / May 16, 2018
Natalie Shirley
President & CEO of the
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
A Chamber membership is one of the most important ways to get involved in the community. Participating in the Chamber makes a huge difference because you have a voice and can exercise it. A Chamber membership is an immediate and easy way to get involved in the Oklahoma City.