Quality of Living
Oklahoma County is the economic center of the state. It is the chief market for the state's livestock and agricultural industries, as well as the major wholesaling and jobbing center for the area. The major sources of income in central Oklahoma are oil, agriculture, manufacturing, business, and government.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is the state capital and the largest Metropolitan Statistical Area in the state. Oklahoma City is an excellent location for serving all markets in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri, from the crossroads of I-40, I-35, and I-44.
Oklahoma City is undergoing a successful renaissance, proudly proclaiming to be the Capital of The New Century - a Western Capital, Technology Capital, Medical Capital, Multicultural Capital and Jazz Capital. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is just one of the word-class cultural amenities available.
A leading medical center in the southwest, Oklahoma City is readily accessible by all modes of transportation. Cultural and recreational opportunities abound throughout the county. Other local points of interest include Remington Park Race Track, the Oklahoma City Zoo, the Bricktown entertainment district and the Oklahoma City National Memorial site downtown.