Tulsa’s suburbs are growing – with many communities growing faster than any other part of Oklahoma. The options for retail, restaurants and entertainment are also multiplying. Learn more about the fastest growth areas in Oklahoma, and the options available to new homebuyers.
is the fastest growing city in Oklahoma right now, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau information. The community has seen 6.8 percent growth in the last year, which is well ahead of the growth of any other community in Oklahoma. The city added about 1,200 people to its population in 2015, and its retail options are matching pace with its new residents. With attractions like the Oklahoma Aquarium
and a unique downtown
full of antique shops and specialty shops, Jenks has a lot more to offer residents than just it's highly rated public schools
grew by 1,300 in the last year, a 4 percent growth rate – making it the second fastest growing suburb in the Tulsa area, according to Census reports. And, it’s easy to see why: This community-building-focused city hosts city-wide Block Parties
several times a year, and its Timmy and Cindy Project
placed bronze statues of children playing in places all around town. With great schools
and plenty of public parks
, Owasso is a beautiful place to live.
also is one of the state’s fastest growing suburbs, with a 1.2 percent growth over the last year, according to the U.S. Census. This growth is nothing new: Broken Arrow is one of the largest suburbs in Northeastern Oklahoma, and has been for many years. The city’s growth continues to set the pace in this part of the state for retail and residential development as well. Great places like Bass Pro
have spurred additional development of great restaurants
, making Broken Arrow not just a great place to live and send your kids to school
, but also a great destination.
All information is off of data available as of October 2015.