About Edmond, OK

Edmond, Oklahoma

One of the most sought after communities in the Oklahoma City Metro area, Edmond boasts a low cost-of-living below the national average; a high average income well above the metropolitan, state and national averages for household income.  Feel safe in Edmond with one of the lowest crime rates of any city in the state with a population of more than 10,000 people (according to the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation).  Edmond, OK is consistently ranked among top U.S. cities and places to live.

Culture and Community

The lifestyle here is easily achieved with excellent shopping, dining, healthcare, churches and conveniences.  There is nostalgic shopping in Edmond’s downtown complete with a weekly farmer’s market.  There is continued revitalization to major shopping centers along Broadway and near the UCO campus on Bryant.  Edmond has the conveniences of a major metropolitan area with the feel of a bedroom community.  There is an active arts institute and hosts regular concerts and arts festivals throughout the year.  From live music at the Edmond Jazz Lab to city events at Hafer Park.  The City has terrific parks and trails with a massive trail system with linkages spanning over 48 miles total including trail systems within neighborhoods, parks and nearby Arcadia Lake. …Learn more about Edmond Attractions …Learn more about Edmond Parks

Schools

Edmond remains among the top school districts in Oklahoma and is nationally recognized for development of successful students.  Plus, it is home to nationally recognized universities: University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) and Oklahoma Christian.

 

Housing

Edmond housing maintains expectations above most housing markets in comparison.  Buyers who are new to Edmond, OK quickly observe that they get much more in finishes and upgrades than other cities.  There are many great custom home builders that maintain high standards here.  New homes are finished with generous woodwork, designer finishes and traditional styles.  Houses for sale in Edmond Oklahoma are a true value.

Location

The city is centered around Broadway Extension (also known as U.S. Highway 77 or I-235).  Only 13 miles or a 15-minute drive from downtown Oklahoma City, Edmond offers easy access to I-35, I-44, I-40, Kilpatrick Turnpike and Turner Turnpike.  Tinker Airforce Base is only 18 miles southeast of Edmond and Will Roger’s World Airport is only 30 minutes away. Local Resources – Edmond, Oklahoma Edmond Chamber of Commerce (405) 341-2808 www.edmondchamber.com Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau (405) 341-4344 www.visitedmondok.com Economic Development Authority (405) 340-0116 www.eeda.com City of Edmond (405)348-8830 www.edmondok.com Newspapers The Edmond Sun (405) 341-2121 www.edmondsun.com Edmond Life & Leisure (405) 340-3311 www.edmondpaper.com Schools Edmond Public Schools (405)340-2800 www.edmond.k12.ok.us University of Central Oklahoma (405) 974-2000 www.uco.edu Utilities Edmond Electric (405) 216-7660 www.edmondok.com Sanitation, Sewer & Water Service (405) 359-4541 www.edmondok.com Oklahoma Natural Gas (405) 551-4000

Neighborhoods in Edmond, Oklahoma
Bella Terra
Belmont Farms
Copperfield
Fenwick
Griffin Gate
Griffin Park
Steeplechase
Twin Bridges

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