Owasso is a a Logistics Powerhouse.
Located in Tulsa County on U.S. Highway 169 (Mingo Valley Expressway), Owasso is six miles north of the Tulsa, Oklahoma, city limits.
The regional transportation network around Owasso provides excellent commute opportunities in northeast Oklahoma, supporting workforce travel to and from Owasso. It also is a major benefit to business and industry. Owasso’s location supports one to two-day delivery time to 21 states in the central, western and eastern U.S., creating supply chain efficiencies that are hard to beat.
- Only 15 miles north of Tulsa International Airport
- Local, private airport three miles east of the city
- Served by Southern Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad
- Only 10 miles west of the inland river Tulsa Port of Catoosa
The unique alignment of the region's highway system makes Owasso the collection point for consumers in over a 4,300 square mile area.
Mapping Owasso for business success
Owasso Public Works, along with other regional and state entities, actively maintains, upgrades and expands the transportation network in Owasso, Oklahoma. This includes widening sections of Highway 169 and numerous street improvements.
The State of Oklahoma and the City of Owasso collaborated on highway improvements to close the deal to locate the Macy’s Fulfillment Center here in 2015.
More than 3,000 Oklahomans are employed at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, shipping agricultural commodities, building materials, petroleum products, fertilizer and other products.