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Oklahoma City (/oʊkləˌhoʊmə -/), often shortened to OKC, is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The county seat of Oklahoma County, the city ranks 27th among United States cities in population. The population grew following the 2010 Census, with the population estimated to have increased to 643,648 as of July 2017. As of 2015, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area had a population of 1,358,452, and the Oklahoma City-Shawnee Combined Statistical Area had a population of 1,459,758 residents, making it Oklahoma’s largest metropolitan area.
Oklahoma City lies along one of the primary corridors into Texas and Mexico, and is a three-hour drive from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The city is in the Frontier Country region in the center of the state, making it an ideal location for state government.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 620.34 square miles (1,606.7 km), of which 601.11 square miles (1,556.9 km) is land and 19.23 square miles (49.8 km) is water.
Oklahoma City lies in the Sandstone Hills region of Oklahoma, known for hills of 250 to 400 feet (120 m) and two species of oak: blackjack oak (Quercus marilandica) and post oak (Q. stellata). The northeastern part of the city and its eastern suburbs fall into an ecological region known as the Cross Timbers.
The city is roughly bisected by the North Canadian River (recently renamed the Oklahoma River inside city limits). The North Canadian once had sufficient flow to flood every year, wreaking destruction on surrounding areas, including the central business district and the original Oklahoma City Zoo. In the 1940s, a dam was built on the river to manage the flood control and reduced its level. In the 1990s, as part of the citywide revitalization project known as MAPS, the city built a series of low-water dams, returning water to the portion of the river flowing near downtown. The city has three large lakes: Lake Hefner and Lake Overholser, in the northwestern quarter of the city; and the largest, Lake Stanley Draper, in the city’s sparsely populated far southeast portion.
The population density normally reported for Oklahoma City using the area of its city limits can be misleading. Its urbanized zone covers roughly 244 sq mi (630 km) resulting in a density of 2,500 per square mile (2013 est), compared with larger rural watershed areas incorporated by the city, which cover the remaining 377 sq mi (980 km) of the city limits.
Oklahoma City is one of the largest cities in the nation in compliance with the Clean Air Act.
According to the 2010 census, the racial composition of Oklahoma City was as follows:
As of the 2010 census, there were 579,999 people, 230,233 households, and 144,120 families residing in the city. The population density was 956.4 inhabitants per square mile (321.9/km²). There were 256,930 housing units at an average density of 375.9 per square mile (145.1/km²).
Of Oklahoma City’s 579,999 people, 44,541 reside in Canadian County, 63,723 reside in Cleveland County, 471,671 reside in Oklahoma County, and 64 reside in Pottawatomie County.
There were 230,233 households, 29.4% of which had children under the age of 18 living with them, 43.4% were married couples living together, 13.9% had a female householder with no husband present, and 37.4% were non-families. One person households account for 30.5% of all households and 8.7% of all households had someone living alone who is 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.47 and the average family size was 3.11.
The median income for a household in the city was $48,557 and the median income for a family was $62,527. The per capita income for the city was $26,208. 17.1% of the population and 12.4% of families were below the poverty line. Out of the total population, 23.0% of those under the age of 18 and 9.2% of those 65 and older were living below the poverty line.
In the 2000 Census, Oklahoma City’s age composition was 25.5% under the age of 18, 10.7% from 18 to 24, 30.8% from 25 to 44, 21.5% from 45 to 64, and 11.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females, there were 95.6 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 92.7 males.
Oklahoma City has experienced significant population increases since the late 1990s. Since the official Census in 2000, Oklahoma City has grown 25 percent (a 125,214 raw increase) according to the Bureau estimates. The 2016 estimate of 638,367 is the largest population Oklahoma City has ever recorded. It is the first city in the state to record a population greater than 600,000 residents. It is also the first city in the Great Plains region to record a population greater than 600,000 residents. It is the largest municipal population of the Great Plains region (Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota).
Oklahoma City is the principal city of the eight-county Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area in Central Oklahoma and is the state’s largest urbanized area. As of 2015, the metropolitan area was the 41st largest in the nation based on population.
Law enforcement claims Oklahoma City has traditionally been the territory of the notorious Juárez Cartel, but the Sinaloa Cartel has been reported as trying to establish a foothold in Oklahoma City. There are many rival gangs in Oklahoma City, one whose headquarters has been established in the city, the Southside Locos, traditionally known as Sureños.
Oklahoma City also has its share of violent crimes, particularly in the 1970s. The worst of which occurred in 1978, when six employees of a Sirloin Stockade restaurant on the city’s south side were murdered execution-style in the restaurant’s freezer. An intensive investigation followed, and the three individuals involved, who also killed three others in Purcell, Oklahoma, were identified. One, Harold Stafford, died in a motorcycle accident in Tulsa not long after the restaurant murders. Another, Verna Stafford, was sentenced to life without parole after being granted a new trial after she had been sentenced to death. Roger Dale Stafford, considered the mastermind of the murder spree, was executed by lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in 1995.
The Oklahoma City Police Department has a uniformed force of 1,169 officers and 300+ civilian employees. The department has a central police station and five substations covering 2,500 police reporting districts that average 1/4 square mile in size.
On April 19, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was destroyed by a fertilizer bomb manufactured and detonated by Timothy McVeigh. The blast and catastrophic collapse killed 168 people and injured over 680. The blast shock-wave destroyed or damaged 324 buildings within a 340-meter radius, destroyed or burned 86 cars, and shattered glass in 258 nearby buildings, causing at least an estimated $652 million worth of damage. McVeigh was convicted and subsequently executed by lethal injection on June 11, 2001.
Oklahoma City Oklahoma neighborhoods include: 104th St, 119th/Henney, 25th and Penn, 2 Forty Place, 50th/Pennsylvania Ave, 59th Diagonal, 63rd/May, 93rd St, Adventure District, Airline, Airpark, Akers Park, Apple Valley, Arbor Lake, Arts District, Aspen Hills, Aurora, Avana, Baldwin Estates, Bartlett, Belle Isle View, Belle Isle West, Bellflower, Benttree, Bent Wood Creek, Berryman Rd, Blackwelder Ave, Blackwood Farms, Blueridge, Blue Stem, Bluff Creek, Boeking Acres, Braden Park, Brandywine #3, Breakers West Section 2, Briarcreek, Briar Glen, Briarlake Ct, Briarwood Creek, Briarwood Estates, Brighton Pointe, Brink, Broadway Park, Brookhaven West, Brookwood, Bryant Place, Burke Northridge Manor, Bush Hills, Business District, Calistoga Crossing, Cambridge, Camden Place, Camelot Bel-Aire, Camelot Estates, Canyon Lakes, Canyon North, Capitol View, Casa Bella, Cascata Lakes, Cedar Creek, Cedar Ridge Traditions, Central Capitol Hill, Central Park, Chadbrooke North, Chandelaque, Chapel Creek, Chevy Chase Lake Hefner, Chisholm Creek, Classen-Ten-Penn, Clearwater, Cleveland UCD, Cloverleaf, Club One Apts, Cobblestone Curve, Cobblestone Manor, Cobblestone Park III, Cobblestone Pkwy, College Park, Coltrane/NE 63rd St, Community 2000, Coolidge, Copperfield, Copper Trails Ln, Corbin Hills, Corbin Park, Council Hill, Council Oaks, Council Rd, Country Hollow, Country Place, Crestline Park/Southbrook, Crestwood, Crown Hts. – Edgemere Hts., Crystal Hill Estates, Culbertson’s E. 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Isola Bella, Jackson, Jefferson Park, John F Kennedy – JFK, Kennington, Kimberly Place, Kingsbrook, Kingscreek/Autumn Leaves, Kingsridge, Kingswood, Lafayette Dr, Lakeaire, LakeForest, Lakehurst, Lake Ridge, Lakeridge Run, Lakeshore Estates I, Lakeside, Lakeview, Lansbrook, Las Rosas, Las Vegas, Leatherwood Circle, Liberty Creek, Liberty Pointe, Liberty Trails, Life Style, Linwood Place, Lumberman, Lyons Park, Mansions South, Martin Luther King, Mayfair West, Mayfield, May-Penn, Mayridge, Mayview, McKinley, Meadowbrook Acres, Meadowcliff, Meadowlake Farms, Meadowridge Estates, Meadow Wood, Medical Community, Memorial Park, Memory Ln, Meridian Hills-Manor, Mesta Park, Metro Park, Midtown, Midwest Blvd, Milam Place, Miller, Morgan Creek, Morgan Run, Musgrave, Nantucket, N Broadway/Oklahoma Ave, NE Renaissance, Next to Newey Ranch, Nichols Hills, Nickels, Nightshade, North Creston Hills, Northeast OKC, Northhaven, North Highland, North of Chesapeake, North of NE 36th, North Ridge, N Rockwell Ave, NW 15th Street, NW 23rd and Rockwell, NW 79th St, Oakbridge Trails, Oakcliff, Oakdale, Oakmont, Oak Ridge – Moore, Oaks III, Olde Rockwell Estates, Ole Windmill Estates, Oliver Park South, Orchard, Oreoking, Original Mile, Original Military Park, Overholser, Park Estates North, Parkview, Parkway, Parmelee, Paseo, Peaceful Acres, Penn Park, Penn South, Pennsylvania Place, Penshurst, Pepperwell Oaks, Persimmon Hill, Pleasant Grove, Porches at Ponderosa, Portland, Prairie Queen, Prairie Ridge, Preserve at Parkside, Preston, Quail Creek, Quail Lakes, Quail Springs Mall, Raindance, Rambling Acres, Ranchwood Manor, Ravenswood Manor, Red Bud, Reed Park, Remington, Reserve at Walnut Ridge, Ridgecrest, Rio De Bella, Rio Toscano, Rivendell, Riverbend Estates, Riverside, Roadrunner, Roberts-Crest, Rock Knoll, Rockport, Rockwell/NW Expressway, Rockwood, Rollingwood, Rose Hill, Roxboro, Royal Oaks, S Anderson Rd, SE 159th Street, SE 89th, Sellers Park, Sequoyah, Shadow Lake, Shady Nook, Shallow Brook, Shepherd Historic District, Shidler-Wheeler, Shields-Davis, Shields Robinson South, Silver Lake, Silver Leaf West, Ski Island, Skyline, Sky Ranch, S MacArthur Blvd, S Meridian, Southern Hills 517, Southern Oaks, Southern Preserve, South Harbour, South Lindsey, South metro, Southridge, South Santa Fe, South Walker, Southwest 104th, Southwest 149th, South West 60th, Southwestern, South Youngs Blvd, Spencer, Springbrook, Springfield, Springs at May Lakes, Sterling Canyon, St. James Pointe, Stockyards City, Stonegate, Stone Manor Lakes, Stonemeadows, Stone Meadows South, Stonemill, Stratford, Suggs Park, Summerfield, Summer Meadows, Summit Place, Summit Pointe, Sunnybrook, Sunnylane, Sunny Pointe, Sun Valley Acres, Sutton Place, SW15&Morgan, SW 15th St, SW 29th / Council, SW Oklahoma City, Sycamore Farms, Talavera, Taylor Park, Tealwood, Tech West, Terrace, The Eagles, The Falls, The Fountains, The Greens, The Legacy, The Links, The Meadows, The Ponderosa, The Shores, Thompson Woodland, Three Oaks, Timber/Poplar, Tinker AFB, Top of the Town, Treadwell Grandview, Treadwell Hills, Turtle Lake 149 & Sooner, Turtlewood, Tuscany Ranch, Twin Lakes, Valley Brook, Val Verde, Venice, Via Esperanza, Villa, Vinehaven, Vintage Farms, Vizcaya, Wagon Wheel Rd, Walden Creek, Walnut Creek, Warr Acres, Warwick Estates, Warwick Place, Warwick V, Warwick West, Wateredge, Waterford, Wellington Lakes, West 10th, Westbrooke Estates, Westbury, Westcliffe, WesTen District, Western Ave-Garnett Dr, Western Hills, West Gate, Westlake, Westmoor, West Watch, West Winds, Westwood Estates, Westwood Exchange South, Wheatland, Whitehall, Wildewood, Wildflower, Wileman 3, Wileman’s 5th, Wileman’s 8th, Wilemans Belle Isle, Williamson Farms, Willow Bend, Willow Creek, Willow Oaks Estates, Will Rogers Park, Windmill Farms, Windsong, Windsor Forest, Windsor Hills, Windsor Oaks, Windwood, Wine Ridge, Wingspread, W Memorial/NW 122nd, Woodland Park, Wood Scape, Woodside, Woodview, 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Military bases near Oklahoma City include: Oklahoma City, OK (Tinker AFB, USCG Container Inspection Training, and Coast Guard Institute)
For more information, see Oklahoma City Oklahoma wiki
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