List of cities in Oklahoma

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This is a list of cities in Oklahoma, arranged in alphabetical order. In Oklahoma, cities are all those incorporated communities which are 1000 or more in population and are incorporated as cities.[1] 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.[2] Cities may also petition to incorporate as towns.[3]

Largest cities[edit]

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

 †  County seat
 ††  State capital and county seat

Oklahoma City, Capital of Oklahoma
2015 Rank City 2015 Estimate[4] 2010 Census[5] Change County
1 Oklahoma City †† 631,346 579,999 +8.85% Oklahoma
2 Tulsa † 403,505 391,906 +2.96% Tulsa
3 Norman † 120,284 110,925 +8.44% Cleveland
4 Broken Arrow 106,563 98,850 +7.80% Tulsa
5 Lawton † 96,655 96,867 −0.22% Comanche
6 Edmond 90,092 81,405 +10.67% Oklahoma
7 Moore 60,451 55,081 +9.75% Cleveland
8 Midwest City 57,249 54,371 +5.29% Oklahoma
9 Enid † 51,776 49,379 +4.85% Garfield
10 Stillwater † 48,967 45,688 +7.18% Payne
11 Muskogee † 38,456 39,223 −1.96% Muskogee
12 Bartlesville † 36,595 35,750 +2.36% Washington
13 Owasso 34,542 28,915 +19.46% Tulsa
14 Shawnee † 31,286 29,857 +4.79% Pottawatomie
15 Yukon 25,892 22,709 +14.02% Canadian
16 Ardmore † 25,176 24,283 +3.68% Carter
17 Ponca City 24,758 25,387 −2.48% Kay
18 Bixby 24,657 20,884 +18.07% Tulsa
19 Duncan † 23,231 23,431 −0.85% Stephens
20 Del City 22,022 21,332 +3.23% Oklahoma
21 Jenks 20,740 16,924 +22.55% Tulsa
22 Sapulpa † 20,579 19,544 +5.30% Creek
23 Mustang 20,226 17,395 +16.27% Canadian
24 Sand Springs 19,783 18,906 +4.64% Tulsa
25 Bethany 19,589 19,051 +2.82% Oklahoma
26 Altus † 19,214 19,813 −3.02% Jackson
27 Claremore † 18,997 18,581 +2.24% Rogers
28 El Reno † 18,516 16,749 +10.55% Canadian
29 McAlester † 18,310 18,383 −0.40% Pittsburg
30 Ada † 17,303 16,810 +2.93% Pontotoc
31 Durant † 17,286 15,856 +9.02% Bryan
32 Tahlequah † 16,598 15,753 +5.36% Cherokee
33 Chickasha † 16,488 16,036 +2.82% Grady
34 Miami † 13,611 13,570 +0.30% Ottawa
35 Glenpool 12,758 10,808 +18.04% Tulsa
36 Woodward † 12,606 11,693 +7.81% Woodward †
37 Elk City 12,717 11,693 +8.76% Beckham
38 Okmulgee † 12,272 11,442 +7.25% Okmulgee
39 Choctaw 12,179 11,146 +9.27% Oklahoma
40 Weatherford 12,126 10,833 +11.94% Custer
41 Guymon † 11,921 11,442 +4.19% Texas
42 Guthrie † 11,270 10,191 +10.59% Logan
43 Warr Acres 10,431 10,043 +3.86% Oklahoma

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  4. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2015". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 28 May 2016. 
  5. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 28 May 2016.