Welcome to Choctaw – the fastest growing city in eastern Oklahoma County!
Choctaw is just minutes to the east of bustling Oklahoma City, offering growing businesses, wonderful neighborhoods and top rated schools. The community offers a great small town atmosphere with the amenities of a major metro area.
Great Business Location
The community of over 11,000 is located along NE 23rd corridor, just ten minutes east of the major Interstate crossroads of I-35 and I-40 – and is an excellent mid-continent location for manufacturing, customer care and distribution. The community is ideal for suppliers of aerospace products (Tinker Air Logistics Center nearby), plastics and small to medium sized manufacturing. Premier technical training is provided at nearby Eastern Oklahoma County Career Technology Center. Passenger air access is just 20 minutes away at Will Rogers World Airport.
Development opportunities abound, including:
- 80-acre industrial park with several choice sites.
- New 35-acre Choctaw Creek commercial business park.
- New 38-acre retail Town Center.
Quality of Life
In 1889 Choctaw become the first charted city in Oklahoma. Today, young families are moving to the area because of the top rated school system (22nd largest in state), low crime rate, easy access to excellent medical care and wonderful parks and recreation facilities, including championship golf. Choctaw’s median household income rate is well above the state average ($58,300) while the cost of living is 13% below the U.S. average. Choctaw’s unique German “Oktoberfest” celebration attracts thousands to The Choctaw Creek Park each September.
Economic Development Contact:
Tracy Qualls, Executive Vice-President
Choctaw Chamber of Commerce
2437 Main Street
PO Box 1000
Census2010 Census Summary - Choctaw.pdf
ACS Housing 2010_2014 Choctaw.pdf
ACS Population 2010_2014 Choctaw.pdf