Owasso is a Great Place to Live.


Business executives give high ratings to the quality of life in Owasso, Oklahoma. Quality of life is a key factor in recruiting and retaining workers, especially from among residents. Owasso's percentage of college educated residents ranks above state and national population averages.

As part of the metro Tulsa region, Owasso offers the arts and entertainment amenities of a large city combined with a strong sense of community, a true “hometown” environment. Residents enjoy numerous city parks, trails and recreational amenities, plus community events such as The Gathering on Main, Harvest Festival, Holiday parades, Friday night football games, and neighborhood block parties. Residents can find everything they need due to the availability and diversity of shopping and dining options. The city is also home to dozens of churches and faith communities as well as many civic organizations.

Recent Owasso Rankings

  • #4 Best Place to Raise a Family in Oklahoma

    Roadsnacks.net, 2017

  • #5 Suburbs with the Best Public Schools in Oklahoma

    Niche.com, 2018

  • #9 Safest City in Oklahoma

    National Council for Home Safety and Security (NCHSS), 2018

  • #24 Top High School in Oklahoma

    CollegeSimply.com, 2018

  • #38 Best Place to Work in Healthcare in the U.S. (Bailey Medical Center)

    Modern Healthcare, 2018

  • Top 100 U.S. Hospitals (St. John Owasso)

    Truven Health, 2017

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Fast Facts:

The most highly rated quality of life items include Owasso’s affordable homes, healthcare services, public and private education, low crime rate, climate, and arts and cultural amenities.