Oklahoma September 06, 2020
Your Odds Of Being Robbed Are Cut In Half If You Live In One Of Oklahoma’s 10 Safest Cities Of 2020
Where are the safest places to live in Oklahoma in 2020? The following is a list of some of the safest places to live in Oklahoma, based on
SafeWise Report data. These small towns and suburbs are also some of the most idyllic places you can live in the Sooner State.
See if you can guess what city in Oklahoma is ranked #1.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
Wynnewood starts off the top 10 list of safest places to live. This cozy community has multiple things to love about it. Pictured below is the Eskridge Hotel Building. In 1978, the former Eskridge Hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places and the museum is still in use today.
With a population of 2,164, Spiro is a great small-town to call home. The low crime and community feel make this a great town to raise a family.
Antlers, located in the extreme southeast corner of Oklahoma, is best known as the "Deer Capital of the World." The Antlers Deer Festival and Outdoor Show was established in October 2002. The event draws crowds in the thousands annually and is still growing. It's a perfect place to call home.
A short 25-minute drive from downtown Tulsa sits number seven on our list of safest places to live in Oklahoma. Verdigris is rich in tradition and family values, with high-level schools and outstanding athletic programs, this might just be the perfect community for you.
Located in western Oklahoma, Hennessey has 2,131 residents. With its low crime rate and extremely affordable housing, Hennessey has lots to offer, if you prefer a small-town setting.
With a low crime rate and a low unemployment rate, Pocola, is a wonderful place to raise a family. Located just 10 miles from Ft. Smith, AR, Pocola offers all the charm of small-town life while access to a large city is only minutes away.
In addition to being extremely safe, this small town is famous for being one of the first towns to strike oil in 1904. It is also named after Grover Cleveland, the 22nd President of the United States.
3. Lone Grove
Lone Grove is located just seven miles west of Ardmore and is known for having an outstanding school system. There are plenty of small-town shops and restaurants to visit as well.
Piedmont is the largest city to make the top ten safest cities list at just over 8,000 residents. Piedmont is only a 25-minute drive from downtown Oklahoma City. It boasts some of the state's best schools and community involvement. It offers the perfect blend of suburban life.
Coming in at number 1 as the safest city in Oklahoma, according to Safewise.com, is Elgin. Home to 2,156 residents, Elgin is home, most notably, to the Fort Sill National Cemetery. The low crime rate and beautiful surroundings make this a great place to call home.
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