List of municipalities in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma is a state located in the Southern United States.[1] According to the 2010 United States Census, Oklahoma is the 28th most populous state with 3,751,616 inhabitants but the 19th largest by land area spanning 68,594.92 square miles (177,660.0 km2) of land.[2] Oklahoma is divided into 77 counties and contains 597 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities and towns.[3]

In Oklahoma, cities are all those incorporated communities which are 1000 or more in population and are incorporated as cities.[4] Towns are limited to town board type of municipal government. Cities may choose among aldermanic, mayoral, council-manager, and home-rule charter types of government.[5] Cities may also petition to incorporate as towns.[6]

All cities and towns by population[edit]

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat
2019 Rank City 2019 Estimate[7] 2010 Census[8] % Change Pop. change County
1 Oklahoma City †† 655,057 579,999 +12.94% +75,058 Oklahoma
Canadian
Cleveland
Pottawatomie
2 Tulsa † 401,190 391,906 +2.37% +9,284 Tulsa
Osage
Rogers
Wagoner
3 Norman † 124,880 110,925 +12.58% +13,955 Cleveland
4 Broken Arrow 110,198 98,850 +11.48% +11,348 Tulsa
Wagoner
5 Edmond 94,054 81,405 +15.54% +12,649 Oklahoma
6 Lawton † 93,025 96,867 −3.97% −3,842 Comanche
7 Moore 62,055 55,081 +12.66% +6,974 Cleveland
8 Midwest City 57,407 54,371 +5.58% +3,036 Oklahoma
9 Stillwater † 50,299 45,688 +10.09% +4,611 Payne
10 Enid † 49,688 49,379 +0.63% +309 Garfield
11 Muskogee † 37,113 39,223 −5.38% −2,110 Muskogee
12 Owasso 36,957 28,915 +27.81% +8,042 Tulsa
Rogers
13 Bartlesville † 36,144 35,750 +1.10% +394 Washington
Osage
14 Shawnee † 31,436 29,857 +5.29% +1,579 Pottawatomie
15 Yukon 28,084 22,709 +23.67% +5,375 Canadian
16 Bixby 27,944 20,884 +33.81% +7,060 Tulsa
Wagoner
17 Ardmore † 24,698 24,283 +1.71% +415 Carter
18 Jenks 23,767 16,924 +40.43% +6,843 Tulsa
19 Ponca City 23,660 25,387 −6.80% -1,727 Kay
20 Mustang 22,959 17,395 +31.99% +5,564 Canadian
21 Duncan † 22,344 23,431 −4.64% −1,087 Stephens
22 Del City 21,712 21,332 +1.78% +380 Oklahoma
23 Sapulpa † 21,278 19,544 +8.87% +1,734 Creek
Tulsa
24 El Reno † 19,965 16,749 +19.20% +3,216 Canadian
25 Sand Springs 19,905 18,906 +5.28% +999 Tulsa
Creek
Osage
26 Bethany 19,221 19,051 +0.89% +170 Oklahoma
27 Claremore † 18,743 18,581 +0.87% +162 Rogers
28 Durant † 18,673 15,856 +17.77% +2,817 Bryan
29 Altus † 18,338 19,813 −7.44% −1,475 Jackson
30 McAlester † 17,814 18,383 −3.10% −569 Pittsburg
31 Ada † 17,235 16,810 +2.53% +425 Pontotoc
32 Tahlequah † 16,819 15,753 +6.77% +1,066 Cherokee
33 Chickasha † 16,431 16,036 +2.46% +395 Grady
34 Glenpool 13,936 10,808 +28.94% +3,128 Tulsa
35 Miami † 13,088 13,570 −3.55% -482 Ottawa
36 Choctaw 12,674 11,146 +13.71% +1,528 Oklahoma
37 Woodward † 12,121 12,051 +0.58% +70 Woodward
38 Weatherford 12,017 10,833 +10.93% +1,184 Custer
39 Okmulgee † 11,711 12,321 −4.95% −610 Okmulgee
40 Guthrie † 11,661 10,191 +14.42% +1,470 Logan
41 Elk City 11,577 11,693 −0.99% −116 Beckham
42 Guymon † 10,996 11,442 −3.90% −446 Texas
43 Newcastle 10,655 7,685 +38.65% +2,970 McClain
44 Warr Acres 10,118 10,043 +0.75% +75 Oklahoma
45 Coweta 10,032 9,943 +0.90% +89 Wagoner
46 The Village 9,564 8,929 +7.11% +635 Oklahoma
47 Pryor Creek † 9,379 9,539 −1.68% −160 Mayes
48 Wagoner † 9,185 8,323 +10.36% +862 Wagoner
49 Clinton 9,087 9,033 +0.60% +54 Custer
Washita
50 Blanchard 8,907 7,670 +16.13% +1,237 McClain
Grady
51 Poteau † 8,863 8,520 +4.03% +343 Le Flore
52 Piedmont 8,551 5,720 +49.49% +2,831 Canadian
Kingfisher
53 Sallisaw † 8,497 8,880 −4.31% -383 Sequoyah
54 Skiatook 8,052 7,397 +8.85% +655 Osage
Tulsa
55 Cushing 7,615 7,826 −2.70% -211 Payne
56 Tuttle 7,593 6,019 +26.15% +1,574 Grady
57 Collinsville 7,236 5,606 +29.08% +1,630 Tulsa
Rogers
58 Grove 7,149 6,623 +7.94% +526 Delaware
59 Noble 7,053 6,481 +8.83% +572 Cleveland
60 Seminole 7,041 7,488 −5.97% -447 Seminole
61 Catoosa 6,953 7,151 −2.77% -198 Rogers
Wagoner
62 Idabel † 6,843 7,010 −2.38% -167 McCurtain
63 Tecumseh 6,636 6,457 +2.77% +179 Pottawatomie
64 Blackwell 6,562 7,092 −7.47% -530 Kay
65 Anadarko † 6,504 6,762 −3.82% -258 Caddo
66 Harrah 6,499 5,095 +27.56% +1,404 Oklahoma
67 Purcell † 6,420 5,884 +9.11% +536 McClain
Cleveland
68 Pauls Valley † 6,110 6,187 −1.24% -77 Garvin
69 Henryetta 5,566 5,927 −6.09% -361 Okmulgee
70 Holdenville † 5,501 5,771 −4.68% -270 Hughes
71 Vinita † 5,311 5,743 −7.52% -432 Craig
72 Lone Grove 5,121 5,054 +1.33% +67 Carter
73 Hugo † 5,092 5,310 −4.11% -218 Choctaw
74 Sulphur † 5,043 4,929 +2.31% +114 Murray
75 Alva † 4,953 4,945 +0.16% +8 Woods


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Census Regions and Divisions of the United States" (PDF). U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved June 9, 2016.
  2. ^ "GCT-PH1 – Population, Housing Units, Area, and Density: 2010 – State — Place and (in selected states) County Subdivision". 2010 United States Census. United States Census Bureau. Archived from the original on February 13, 2020. Retrieved August 8, 2016.
  3. ^ "Oklahoma: 2010 Population and Housing Unit Counts 2010 Census of Population and Housing" (PDF). 2010 United States Census. United States Census Bureau. September 2012. p. III-2. Retrieved September 3, 2016.
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  7. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2019". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved November 4, 2020.
  8. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Archived from the original on March 11, 2015. Retrieved May 28, 2016.