Owasso’s Infrastructure Supports All Businesses in the City.
Owasso’s infrastructure includes transmodal market access and inexpensive utilities.
Location & Logistics
Owasso’s location within metro Tulsa in northeast Oklahoma facilitates the distribution of goods and materials to a massive industrial and consumer market – 18.9 million people within a 250-mile radius.
U.S. Highway 169, which goes through Owasso, connects the city to Kansas City to the north and Tulsa to the south. Only 10 minutes from Interstate 44 and one hour from Interstate 40, Owasso’s location supports one to two-day delivery time to 21 states in the central, western and eastern United States. Owasso’s roads are in good condition and support truck traffic with minimal congestion.
Additionally, Owasso is within minutes of Tulsa International Airport, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa inland port and both shortline and Class I rail service.
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Low utility costs and high availability and reliability are other strong arguments for locating a business in Owasso. Water availability is especially critical to many industries. The metro Tulsa region is known for having an abundant water supply for manufacturing. Owasso Public Works provides water, wastewater, streets and engineering services.
Electric service is available from two area providers, the Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) and Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative. For loads of 1MW or greater, electric utility providers can compete for Owasso projects irrespective of whether the site is in their service territory.
Natural gas is available from Oklahoma Natural Gas (ONG).
High speed telecommunications is available from AT&T and Cox Communications, including AT&T’s GigaPower fiber optic lines, providing up to 1 gigabit per second internet access speeds.