Oklahoma City Quick Guide
As a popular regional base for many Fortune 500 giants such as AT&T, Oklahoma City seems to have come a long way from its days as a small frontier town. However, for those who live and work here, the spirit and determination of the early pioneers who first settled here is evident in the city's resilience.
Oklahoma City's pride in its heritage is demonstrated by its revitalized downtown, which features many venues that host sports, theatrical and music events, including the Ford Center, Civic Center Music Hall and AT&T Bricktown Park. The city's economy is driven by agriculture, government, livestock, manufacturing, the military and petroleum.
Visitors will find that Oklahoma City's historic sites, exhibits, attractions and frontier spirit appeal to both cowboys and city slickers.
While the city's Municipal Building is where you'll find government officials and agencies, residents are encouraged to contact the Oklahoma City Action Center for help with neighborhood services. The Action Center is located at 200 N. Walker, or call (405) 297-2535 for more information.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Start your journey with Oklahoma City maps and driving directions to popular destinations including Frontier City Theme Park or Quail Springs Mall.
Looking for Oklahoma City attractions and points of interest? You'll find it in the Oklahoma City Yellow Pages. Need a place to stay? Also find Oklahoma City Hotels on TripAdvisor.
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