The community of Tuttle one of central Oklahoma’s fastest-growing. Located just southwest of Oklahoma City, the community of 6,000 has registered population growth of over 40% in the past ten years.
Located just east of the famous Chisholm Trail, Tuttle was incorporated in 1906 and developed as a farming and ranching community. Today it has also become a thriving bedroom community to Greater Oklahoma City. Tuttle residents enjoy a high standard of living which is reflected in the 53% increase in residential growth since 1990 with most houses built with living areas of at least 2,000 sq ft.
Agriculture products from the area include: wheat, cotton, corn, alfalfa hay, Bermuda grass hay, and cattle. The nearby Braum’s Dairy, the largest farm in the area, is located just outside the city’s limits and has a market presence spanning several states.
The Tuttle Public School system has four schools: Tuttle Elementary (grades K-3), Tuttle Middle School (grades 6-8), Tuttle Intermediate School (grades 4-5), and Tuttle High School (grades 9-12). There is a 73 percentile of graduating students continuing on to college.
The community has a long sports tradition and its high school team, the Tigers, have earned many championships:
The town was named in 1902 after a local cattleman and rancher, J. H. (Jim) Tuttle.
Tuttle is home to Jason White, the 2003 Heisman Trophy Winner, Tiger Safari, Oklahoma’s walk-thru exotic wildlife educational zoological facility, the massive Braum’s Dairy operation and the annual Ice Cream Festival.
Tim Young, City Manager
301 West Main Street
Tuttle, OK 73089-9061
Census2010 Census Summary - Tuttle.pdf
ACS Housing 2010_2014 Tuttle.pdf
ACS Population 2010_2014 Tuttle.pdf