Cushing

Community Overview

Cushing is a growing community of 10,000 located in the Cimarron Valley just one hour northeast of Oklahoma City in Payne County. It is located at the intersection of SH 33 and SH 18, just 20 minutes north of Interstate 44. The community offers a quality mix of urban, academic, and rural lifestyles and is within an easy drive of Stillwater, Tulsa, and Oklahoma City. The economy and neighborhoods of Cushing benefit from nearby Stillwater, home of Oklahoma State University.

Business Advantages
Cushing is centrally located midway between the major markets of Oklahoma City and Tulsa (pop. 2 million) and the regional markets of Dallas and Kansas City. The community benefits from a regional workforce of 180,000 (30 mile radius).

Agribusiness, energy and manufacturing are Cushing's primary industries. Cushing is a major hub in oil supply connecting the Gulf Coast suppliers with northern consumers and is known as the "Pipeline Crossroads of the World". It is known as the most significant trading hub for crude oil in North America.

Key business advantages include low cost of doing business, quality infrastructure, jet capable airport, several freight service providers, 1 hour access to commercial air (Oklahoma City/Tulsa) and inland port (Port of Catoosa), and several available facilities and greenfield sites. Oklahoma State University, a major comprehensive university, is located in Stillwater, just 30 minutes away. Langston University, St. Gregory's Junior College, and Oklahoma Baptist University are all within 50 miles of the community.

The nation’s finest “customized” industrial and technical training is available at nearby Central Area Career Tech and Meridian Technology Center.

Quality of Life
Cushing offers all of the advantages and charm of a small town with access to amenities of nearby metro areas. Cushing has a unique heritage in that it was in the Sac and Fox Indian Reservation opened to homesteaders on September 21, 1891. The community strongly supports education, supports a medical center and regional hospital, many parks and recreation areas, including a new aquatic center. Cushing is a Main Street community dedicated to preservation and growth of its historic downtown. Dozens of community events are held annually.

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Community Contact

Cushing Industrial Authority
Steve Spears, City Manager/Economic Developer
P.O. Box 311
Cushing, OK 74023
(918) 225-2394
engineer@cityofcushing.org

David Hinkle
Director
Cushing Economic Development Foundation
Cushing Chamber of Commerce
1301 East Main Street
Cushing, OK 74023
505-906-7184
dahinkle@msn.com

Other Information

Community Reports

Census

2010 Census Summary - Cushing.pdf
ACS Housing 2010_2014 Cushing.pdf
ACS Population 2010_2014 Cushing.pdf
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