Quality of Living
Logan County is located in central Oklahoma, adjacent to Oklahoma County and just 30 miles north of downtown Oklahoma City. The county encompasses 742 sq. miles.
Interstate 35 traverses Logan County and offers easy access and a convenient transportation corridor to I-40 and I-44. The county is served by the BNSF Railroad and the growing Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport.
The current population is 47,692 and is included in the 1.2 million Oklahoma City MSA.
Logan County is home to Guthrie, a charming Victorian city that once served as Oklahoma's capital city. It is on the national Register of Historic Places, a major tourist destination and serves as the county seat. Other major cities include Langston, Crescent, Cashion and Mulhall.
Logan County offers a diverse mix of industry, including agribusiness, manufacturing (including aerospace) and retail trade/tourism. Educational opportunities abound at the 10 colleges and universities that are within a 45 minute drive. The county has many towns that provide a technology and business friendly atmosphere designed to encourage economic development. The Logan County Economic Development Council provides confidential site location assistance to potential business developers and manufacturing companies.
Settled by the Land Run of April 22, 1889, Logan County was designated County No. 1 when Oklahoma Territory was organized in 1890. It was later named for Senator John A. Logan of Illinois, popular Civil War general.
Logan County Economic Development Council
212 W. Oklahoma
Guthrie, OK 73044