100 Biggest Cities In Oklahoma For 2020

Using the latest Census data, we detail the 100 biggest cities in Oklahoma. You can all see a comprehensive list of all 237 cities and places in Oklahoma.

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We all love the biggest cities that the Sooner State has to offer. You know the places like Oklahoma City and Tulsa which make all the headlines.

But there are a bunch of other great large cities in Oklahoma that don't get as much love.

We're going to change that right now.

Using the most recent Census data, we can tell you about all the places in Oklahoma with a focus on the biggest. We update the data each year and this is our fourth time doing this.

You can click here to see a full table of the full of the 100 biggest cities in Oklahoma, along with every other place over 1,000 people big. It is sortable by clicking on the headers.

Read on below to see more on the biggest cities. Or for more reading on places to live in Oklahoma, check out:

How We Determined The Largest Cities In Oklahoma

We've been ranking and dissecting cities in the Sooner State for over 4 years now -- making this actually the fourth time we've run the numbers. We always use the best data, the US Census. In this case, that means we are using the 2013-2017 American Community Survey.

It what is probably the most simple analysis we run each year, we ranked every place in Oklahoma from biggest to smallest. The biggest city this year? That would be Oklahoma City.

The smallest? Geronimo, although there are places smaller than 1,000 people not listed here, so keep that in mind as we take a look at the top ten.

Oklahoma City, OK
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 1 (No Change)
Population: 637,284
Population 2010: 563,571
Growth: 13.1%
More on Oklahoma City: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The county seat of Oklahoma County, the city ranks 27th among United States cities in population. The population grew following the 2010 Census, with the population estimated to have increased to 631,346 as of July 2015. As of 2015, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area had a population of 1,358,452, and the Oklahoma City-Shawnee Combined Statistical Area had a population of 1,459,758 residents, making it Oklahoma's largest metropolitan area.

Tulsa, OK
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 2 (No Change)
Population: 402,223
Population 2010: 388,247
Growth: 3.6%
More on Tulsa: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Tulsa is the second-largest city in the state of Oklahoma and 47th-most populous city in the United States. As of July 2015, the population was 403,505, an increase of 11,599 over that reported in the 2010 Census. It is the principal municipality of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, a region with 981,005 residents in the MSA and 1,151,172 in the CSA. The city serves as the county seat of Tulsa County, the most densely populated county in Oklahoma, with urban development extending into Osage, Rogers, and Wagoner counties.

Review Of Tulsa by HomeSnacks User

Tulsa, OK is home to many, including my parents. The crime in Tulsa is absolutely horrible, and it seems to be ran down very much. There are fun places to visit if you are into water parks or gambling at a Casino. I can't get past the area though. It gives me an uneasy feeling, along with dread. It has a lot of litter and homeless people. It really needs help.

You definetly have to watch out for the tolls. They are everywhere, and if you're not from around there you can easily miss a turn and have to go back through the same toll. The workers at the toll show no mercy either. One time I had went to a toll and told them I was lost. They told me to go down to the next exit and turn around and come back through. So, I paid to go through the toll, turned around, and then went back to the toll and they charged me again. Not only are there tolls EVERYWHERE but there is ALWAYS construction going on and the roads there are absolutely terrible. So, the money you pay in tolls seems to not really go into the roads. Over the 20 years of me going there and visiting my family I have known it to always have crappy roads and construction going on but no workers in sight.


Norman, OK
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 3 (No Change)
Population: 121,090
Population 2010: 108,265
Growth: 11.8%
More on Norman: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Norman is a city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City in its metropolitan area. The population was 110,925 at the 2010 census. Norman's estimated population of 120,284 in 2015 makes it the third-largest city in Oklahoma, and the city serves as the county seat of Cleveland County.

Broken Arrow, OK
Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 4 (No Change)
Population: 107,500
Population 2010: 94,755
Growth: 13.5%
More on Broken Arrow: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Broken Arrow is a city located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, primarily in Tulsa County but also with a section of the city in western Wagoner County. It is the largest suburb of Tulsa. According to the 2010 census, Broken Arrow has a population of 98,850 residents and is the fourth-largest city in the state. However, a July 2017, estimate reports that the population of the city is just under 112,000, making it the 280th-largest city in the United States. The city is part of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, which has a population of 961,561 residents.

Review Of Broken Arrow by HomeSnacks User

I had a really lovely and memorable experience when I stayed in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. I had gone to Broken Arrow to attend a Bible College for two years between 2002 - 2004. The people in the City of Broken Arrow were very nice and friendly. The people were warm, courteous and friendly from people you meet at the post office, bank, school, supermarket, church and recreation centers. Broken Arrow is a developed city with a good road network. The crime rate in the city of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is quite low. It is known to be 20% lower than the national average and 34% lower than the crime rate in all of Oklahoma. The cost of living is quite affordable in Broken Arrow. One could rent a decent two bedroom apartment starting at $600 per month. The cost of homes is also affordable and the median home price is about $150,000. Food is also affordable and there are many farmers markets located in Broken Arrow. There are both quality public and private schools in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The average school test scores in Broken Arrow are 45% higher than the national average. They also have great Bible Training Colleges which bring people from all parts of USA to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. The weather was really good coming from Minneapolis, it was so lovely having cool and mild weather almost all year round. It is free of earth quakes and many other natural disasters. There are great restaurants, cinemas, parks and recreation areas in Broken Arrow.

The sense of community is very tangible in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Also, I enjoyed meeting people of different nationalities and different background. We often enjoyed dinner at Chedars Restaurant with friends and acquaintances. The Rooftop Bar also had great food, good service and a great view. There is also the Broken Arrow Community Playhouse with unusual and interesting plays, dance and performances. At Christmas time people will come to experience the lovely RHEMA Christmas lights. So beautiful to behold. Every Christmas the RHEMA Christmas lights gets even more impressive.


Lawton, OK
Overall SnackAbility
4
/10

Rank Last Year: 5 (No Change)
Population: 94,697
Population 2010: 94,217
Growth: 0.5%
More on Lawton: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

The city of Lawton is the county seat of Comanche County, in the State of Oklahoma. Located in southwestern Oklahoma, about 87mi southwest of Oklahoma City, it is the principal city of the Lawton, Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 census, Lawton's population was 96,867, making it the fifth-largest city in the state.

Edmond, OK
Overall SnackAbility
9
/10

Rank Last Year: 6 (No Change)
Population: 91,053
Population 2010: 78,598
Growth: 15.8%
More on Edmond: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Edmond is a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, United States, and a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area in the central part of the state. As of the 2010 census, the population was 81,405, making it the sixth largest city in the state of Oklahoma.

Review Of Edmond by HomeSnacks User

The state has some of the dumbest drivers Ive ever seen aside from Texas. They go around like they got there licenses from serial boxes. And there always on there phone because talking on the phone while driving isnt illegal here. And when you pull up to a stop sign or stop light a lot of them will get right up on your bumper, Im from Washington and I went back recently and the drivers are far more competent. I could go on and on about more reasons why Oklahoma s***s but that would be an even longer list.

Beautiful country but crappy uneducated morons make up the vast majority of the population. So... just awful


Moore, OK
Overall SnackAbility
8.5
/10

Rank Last Year: 7 (No Change)
Population: 60,807
Population 2010: 52,506
Growth: 15.8%
More on Moore: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Moore is a city in Cleveland County, Oklahoma, United States, and is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The population was 55,081 at the 2010 census, making Moore the 7th largest city in the state of Oklahoma.

Source: Public Domain
Overall SnackAbility
7
/10

Rank Last Year: 8 (No Change)
Population: 57,292
Population 2010: 53,919
Growth: 6.3%
More on Midwest City: Homes For Sale | Data

Midwest City is a city in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, United States, and a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. As of the 2010 census, the population was 54,371, making it the eighth largest city in the state.

Enid, OK
Source: Public domain
Overall SnackAbility
5
/10

Rank Last Year: 9 (No Change)
Population: 50,612
Population 2010: 48,126
Growth: 5.2%
More on Enid: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Enid is a city in Garfield County, Oklahoma, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 49,379, making it the ninth-largest city in Oklahoma. It is the county seat of Garfield County. Enid was founded during the opening of the Cherokee Outlet in the Land Run of 1893, and is named after Enid, a character in Alfred, Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King. In 1991, the Oklahoma state legislature designated Enid the "purple martin capital of Oklahoma." Enid holds the nickname of "Queen Wheat City" and "Wheat Capital" of Oklahoma and the United States for its immense grain storage capacity, and has the third-largest grain storage capacity in the world.

Stillwater, OK
Overall SnackAbility
6
/10

Rank Last Year: 10 (No Change)
Population: 49,527
Population 2010: 44,681
Growth: 10.8%
More on Stillwater: PhotosHomes For Sale | Data

Coordinates: 360658N 970332W 36.116; -97.059

Now on to numbers 11-100 Biggest in Oklahoma

We hope that you find the big city, or really any city, that's right for you. Below is a list of the rest of the biggest cities along with every other place in Oklahoma.

Have fun snacking around in the Sooner State!

For more reading on Oklahoma, check out:

Detailed List Of The Biggest Cities In Oklahoma

Rank City Current Population 2010 Growth
1 Oklahoma City 637,284 563,571 13.1%
2 Tulsa 402,223 388,247 3.6%
3 Norman 121,090 108,265 11.8%
4 Broken Arrow 107,500 94,755 13.5%
5 Lawton 94,697 94,217 0.5%
6 Edmond 91,053 78,598 15.8%
7 Moore 60,807 52,506 15.8%
8 Midwest City 57,292 53,919 6.3%
9 Enid 50,612 48,126 5.2%
10 Stillwater 49,527 44,681 10.8%
11 Muskogee 37,900 39,052 -2.9%
12 Bartlesville 36,448 35,391 3.0%
13 Owasso 35,646 26,905 32.5%
14 Shawnee 31,141 29,757 4.7%
15 Yukon 26,317 22,265 18.2%
16 Bixby 25,818 19,419 33.0%
17 Ardmore 24,892 24,145 3.1%
18 Ponca City 24,424 25,326 -3.6%
19 Duncan 22,823 23,157 -1.4%
20 Del City 21,874 21,380 2.3%
21 Jenks 21,793 15,446 41.1%
22 Mustang 20,735 16,529 25.4%
23 Sapulpa 20,659 20,434 1.1%
24 Sand Springs 19,864 18,455 7.6%
25 Bethany 19,472 19,202 1.4%
26 Altus 19,034 19,784 -3.8%
27 Claremore 18,780 18,416 2.0%
28 El Reno 18,714 16,542 13.1%
29 Mcalester 18,095 18,365 -1.5%
30 Durant 17,517 15,612 12.2%
31 Ada 17,276 16,543 4.4%
32 Tahlequah 16,592 15,621 6.2%
33 Chickasha 16,297 16,196 0.6%
34 Miami 13,335 13,663 -2.4%
35 Glenpool 13,313 10,319 29.0%
36 Woodward 12,601 12,075 4.4%
37 Choctaw 12,367 10,782 14.7%
38 Elk City 12,046 11,567 4.1%
39 Okmulgee 12,024 12,302 -2.3%
40 Weatherford 11,973 10,515 13.9%
41 Guymon 11,679 10,904 7.1%
42 Guthrie 11,165 9,987 11.8%
43 Warr Acres 10,360 9,984 3.8%
44 Newcastle 9,657 7,255 33.1%
45 Coweta 9,637 9,524 1.2%
46 Pryor Creek 9,402 9,433 -0.3%
47 The Village 9,385 9,105 3.1%
48 Clinton 9,297 8,876 4.7%
49 Wagoner 8,808 8,266 6.6%
50 Poteau 8,793 8,419 4.4%
51 Blanchard 8,573 7,222 18.7%
52 Sallisaw 8,547 8,757 -2.4%
53 Skiatook 8,026 7,407 8.4%
54 Cushing 7,788 7,767 0.3%
55 Catoosa 7,640 6,802 12.3%
56 Piedmont 7,424 5,314 39.7%
57 Seminole 7,328 7,335 -0.1%
58 Tuttle 6,982 5,786 20.7%
59 Idabel 6,925 6,996 -1.0%
60 Grove 6,862 6,427 6.8%
61 Blackwell 6,786 7,131 -4.8%
62 Collinsville 6,720 5,516 21.8%
63 Noble 6,718 6,249 7.5%
64 Anadarko 6,664 6,647 0.3%
65 Tecumseh 6,625 6,391 3.7%
66 Purcell 6,380 5,805 9.9%
67 Pauls Valley 6,143 6,174 -0.5%
68 Harrah 6,083 5,073 19.9%
69 Henryetta 5,671 5,966 -4.9%
70 Holdenville 5,611 5,490 2.2%
71 Vinita 5,478 5,795 -5.5%
72 Hugo 5,184 5,352 -3.1%
73 Alva 5,154 4,855 6.2%
74 Lone Grove 5,052 4,963 1.8%
75 Sulphur 5,024 4,856 3.5%
76 Perry 4,994 5,130 -2.7%
77 Kingfisher 4,861 4,558 6.6%
78 Mcloud 4,649 0 nan%
79 Sayre 4,598 4,377 5.0%
80 Marlow 4,512 4,618 -2.3%
81 Verdigris 4,372 3,811 14.7%
82 Slaughterville 4,294 4,036 6.4%
83 Bristow 4,194 4,218 -0.6%
84 Broken Bow 4,102 4,165 -1.5%
85 Pocola 4,066 4,027 1.0%
86 Fort Gibson 4,063 4,097 -0.8%
87 Spencer 4,012 3,852 4.2%
88 Stilwell 4,012 3,874 3.6%
89 Park Hill 3,969 3,382 17.4%
90 Madill 3,900 3,745 4.1%
91 Nichols Hills 3,891 3,745 3.9%
92 Frederick 3,685 4,035 -8.7%
93 Nowata 3,674 3,819 -3.8%
94 Roland 3,646 3,151 15.7%
95 Hobart 3,562 3,785 -5.9%
96 Pawhuska 3,516 3,630 -3.1%
97 Dewey 3,462 3,411 1.5%
98 Hominy 3,457 3,644 -5.1%
99 Wewoka 3,367 3,443 -2.2%
100 Heavener 3,334 3,364 -0.9%
101 Muldrow 3,276 3,455 -5.2%
102 Hinton 3,232 2,554 26.5%
103 Okemah 3,191 3,167 0.8%
104 Checotah 3,188 3,335 -4.4%
105 Mannford 3,184 3,071 3.7%
106 Cleveland 3,166 3,282 -3.5%
107 Bethel Acres 3,136 2,866 9.4%
108 Chandler 3,103 3,050 1.7%
109 Tonkawa 3,090 3,219 -4.0%
110 Tishomingo 3,063 3,000 2.1%
111 Atoka 3,059 3,113 -1.7%
112 Elgin 3,037 1,987 52.8%
113 Jones 3,024 2,631 14.9%
114 Watonga 2,900 5,139 -43.6%
115 Eufaula 2,886 2,768 4.3%
116 Cache 2,886 2,653 8.8%
117 Perkins 2,866 2,761 3.8%
118 Drumright 2,854 3,061 -6.8%
119 New Cordell 2,851 2,911 -2.1%
120 Mangum 2,837 2,958 -4.1%
121 Lindsay 2,820 2,838 -0.6%
122 Davis 2,808 2,646 6.1%
123 Healdton 2,740 2,776 -1.3%
124 Longtown 2,731 2,397 13.9%
125 Stigler 2,725 2,726 0.0%
126 Stroud 2,714 2,705 0.3%
127 Marietta 2,713 2,596 4.5%
128 Walters 2,686 2,555 5.1%
129 Wilburton 2,663 2,855 -6.7%
130 Fairview 2,620 2,588 1.2%
131 Turley 2,615 2,976 -12.1%
132 Spiro 2,604 2,470 5.4%
133 Calera 2,596 2,973 -12.7%
134 Antlers 2,594 2,455 5.7%
135 Hennessey 2,584 2,815 -8.2%
136 Nicoma Park 2,543 2,422 5.0%
137 Jay 2,499 3,408 -26.7%
138 Kiefer 2,462 1,379 78.5%
139 Lexington 2,413 2,272 6.2%
140 Texanna 2,400 2,205 8.8%
141 Oakhurst 2,364 2,452 -3.6%
142 Commerce 2,293 2,723 -15.8%
143 Newkirk 2,232 2,204 1.3%
144 Goldsby 2,199 2,191 0.4%
145 Burns Flat 2,196 2,556 -14.1%
146 Pink 2,155 1,982 8.7%
147 Waurika 2,148 2,131 0.8%
148 Pawnee 2,141 2,373 -9.8%
149 Chouteau 2,124 2,268 -6.3%
150 Hartshorne 2,087 1,802 15.8%
151 Haskell 2,052 1,885 8.9%
152 Krebs 2,049 2,595 -21.0%
153 Prague 2,042 2,703 -24.5%
154 Wynnewood 2,026 2,739 -26.0%
155 Chelsea 1,990 1,886 5.5%
156 Coalgate 1,987 2,058 -3.4%
157 Hollis 1,921 2,033 -5.5%
158 Granite 1,910 2,207 -13.5%
159 Inola 1,894 1,914 -1.0%
160 Carnegie 1,875 1,786 5.0%
161 Arkoma 1,872 2,339 -20.0%
162 Copeland 1,852 1,579 17.3%
163 Laverne 1,836 1,241 47.9%
164 Hooker 1,740 2,139 -18.7%
165 Westville 1,717 1,634 5.1%
166 Kingston 1,714 2,123 -19.3%
167 Meridian 1,631 973 67.6%
168 Minco 1,603 1,831 -12.5%
169 Cherokee 1,598 1,494 7.0%
170 Mccord 1,570 1,955 -19.7%
171 Comanche 1,565 1,931 -19.0%
172 Locust Grove 1,541 1,554 -0.8%
173 Mooreland 1,537 1,337 15.0%
174 Union City 1,532 2,063 -25.7%
175 Helena 1,508 1,607 -6.2%
176 Warner 1,493 1,323 12.8%
177 Cleora 1,473 1,478 -0.3%
178 Beaver 1,469 1,575 -6.7%
179 Snyder 1,467 1,783 -17.7%
180 Waukomis 1,462 1,168 25.2%
181 Beggs 1,453 1,379 5.4%
182 Okarche 1,445 1,098 31.6%
183 Wilson 1,434 1,659 -13.6%
184 Apache 1,415 1,517 -6.7%
185 Morris 1,413 1,151 22.8%
186 Justice 1,407 1,459 -3.6%
187 Fairfax 1,384 1,710 -19.1%
188 Stratford 1,362 1,452 -6.2%
189 Goodwell 1,353 1,210 11.8%
190 Dickson 1,333 1,473 -9.5%
191 Colbert 1,331 1,622 -17.9%
192 Crescent 1,325 1,504 -11.9%
193 Wetumka 1,325 979 35.3%
194 Luther 1,309 1,240 5.6%
195 Shattuck 1,291 1,232 4.8%
196 Thomas 1,280 1,486 -13.9%
197 Vian 1,275 1,785 -28.6%
198 Byng 1,269 1,259 0.8%
199 Rush Springs 1,264 1,600 -21.0%
200 Geary 1,245 1,390 -10.4%
201 Panama 1,244 1,518 -18.1%
202 Oologah 1,241 1,094 13.4%
203 Langston 1,238 911 35.9%
204 Meeker 1,236 1,237 -0.1%
205 Kellyville 1,233 1,386 -11.0%
206 Caddo 1,221 1,307 -6.6%
207 Salina 1,210 1,505 -19.6%
208 Boley 1,207 1,163 3.8%
209 Sperry 1,201 1,136 5.7%
210 Maysville 1,196 1,047 14.2%
211 Afton 1,189 819 45.2%
212 Medford 1,179 1,056 11.6%
213 Yale 1,176 1,238 -5.0%
214 Buffalo 1,175 1,230 -4.5%
215 Konawa 1,173 1,740 -32.6%
216 Bushyhead 1,169 1,381 -15.4%
217 Ninnekah 1,166 1,125 3.6%
218 Brushy 1,156 632 82.9%
219 Okeene 1,152 1,337 -13.8%
220 Forest Park 1,145 1,010 13.4%
221 Maud 1,143 1,091 4.8%
222 Barnsdall 1,140 1,348 -15.4%
223 Fairland 1,139 959 18.8%
224 Bray 1,112 1,338 -16.9%
225 Central High 1,106 1,026 7.8%
226 Kenwood 1,095 901 21.5%
227 Waynoka 1,093 778 40.5%
228 Boise City 1,076 1,322 -18.6%
229 Mounds 1,061 1,468 -27.7%
230 North Enid 1,059 1,192 -11.2%
231 Cherry Tree 1,052 1,054 -0.2%
232 Hydro 1,041 1,059 -1.7%
233 Pond Creek 1,039 812 28.0%
234 Shady Point 1,033 1,124 -8.1%
235 Wister 1,031 1,024 0.7%
236 Talihina 1,010 1,187 -14.9%
237 Geronimo 1,006 1,506 -33.2%

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