List of cities 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]

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Population data based on 2010 Census. Over 10,000 people.

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat
Oklahoma City, Capital of Oklahoma
2016 Rank City 2016 Estimate[7] 2010 Census[8] % Change Pop. change County
1 Oklahoma City †† 638,367 579,999 +10.06% +58,368 Oklahoma
2 Tulsa † 403,090 391,906 +2.85% +11,184 Tulsa
3 Norman † 122,180 110,925 +10.15% +11,255 Cleveland
4 Broken Arrow 107,403 98,850 +8.65% +8,553 Tulsa
5 Lawton † 94,653 96,867 −2.29% −2,214 Comanche
6 Edmond 91,191 81,405 +12.02% +9,786 Oklahoma
7 Moore 61,415 55,081 +11.50% +6,334 Cleveland
8 Midwest City 57,305 54,371 +5.40% +2,934 Oklahoma
9 Enid † 51,004 49,379 +3.29% +1,625 Garfield
10 Stillwater † 49,504 45,688 +8.35% +3,816 Payne
11 Muskogee † 38,352 39,223 −2.22% −871 Muskogee
12 Bartlesville † 36,647 35,750 +2.51% +897 Washington
13 Owasso 35,784 28,915 +23.76% +6,869 Tulsa
14 Shawnee † 31,465 29,857 +5.39% +1,608 Pottawatomie
15 Yukon 26,340 22,709 +15.99% +3,631 Canadian
16 Bixby 25,333 20,884 +21.30% +4,449 Tulsa
17 Ardmore † 25,107 24,283 +3.39% +824 Carter
18 Ponca City 24,527 25,387 −3.39% −860 Kay
19 Duncan † 22,985 23,431 −1.90% −446 Stephens
20 Del City 21,950 21,332 +2.90% +618 Oklahoma
21 Jenks 21,812 16,924 +28.88% +4,888 Tulsa
22 Sapulpa † 20,928 19,544 +7.08% +1,384 Creek
23 Mustang 20,792 17,395 +19.53% +3,397 Canadian
24 Sand Springs 19,822 18,906 +4.85% +916 Tulsa
25 Bethany 19,543 19,051 +2.58% +492 Oklahoma
26 Altus † 19,163 19,813 −3.28% −650 Jackson
27 Claremore † 19,069 18,581 +2.63% +488 Rogers
28 El Reno † 18,786 16,749 +12.16% +2,037 Canadian
29 McAlester † 18,206 18,383 −0.96% −177 Pittsburg
30 Durant † 17,583 15,856 +10.89% +1727 Bryan
31 Ada † 17,371 16,810 +3.34% +561 Pontotoc
32 Tahlequah † 16,741 15,753 +6.27% +988 Cherokee
33 Chickasha † 16,423 16,036 +2.41% +387 Grady
34 Miami † 13,484 13,570 −0.63% -86 Ottawa
35 Glenpool 13,479 10,808 +24.71% +1,950 Tulsa
36 Woodward † 12,543 12,051 +4.08% +850 Woodward
37 Choctaw 12,354 11,146 +10.84% +1,208 Oklahoma
38 Okmulgee † 12,239 12,321 −0.67% −82 Okmulgee
39 Elk City † 11,997 11,693 +2.60% +304 Oklahoma
40 Weatherford 11,978 10,833 +10.57% +1,145 Custer
41 Guymon † 11,703 11,442 +2.28% +261 Texas
42 Guthrie † 11,492 10,191 +12.77% +1,301 Logan
43 Warr Acres 10,420 10,043 +3.75% +377 Oklahoma
44 Coweta 9,673 9,943 −2.72% −270 Wagoner
45 Newcastle 9,652 7,685 +25.60% +1967 McClain
46 Pryor Creek † 9,520 9,539 −0.20% −19 Mayes
47 The Village 9,429 8,929 +5.60% +500 Oklahoma
48 Clinton 9,393 9,033 +3.99% +360 Custer
49 Poteau † 8,859 8,520 +3.98% +339 Le Flore
50 Wagoner † 8,846 8,323 +6.28% +523 Wagoner

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