List of cities in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma is a state located in the Southern United States. 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.[1] Oklahoma is divided into 77 counties and contains 597 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities and towns.[2]

In Oklahoma, cities are all those incorporated communities which are 1000 or more in population and are incorporated as cities.[3] 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.[4] Cities may also petition to incorporate as towns.[5]

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[6] 2010 Census[7] 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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  1. ^ "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. Retrieved August 8, 2016. 
  2. ^ "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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  6. ^ "Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2015". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 28 May 2016. 
  7. ^ "2010 Census Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171) Summary File". American FactFinder2. U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census. Retrieved 28 May 2016.