Here Are The 10 Safest And Most Peaceful Places To Live In Oklahoma

It’s easy to fall in love with a state as stunning as Oklahoma. However, if you’re new here, you may be wondering which town or city is right for you. There are many great places to live in Oklahoma, but safety is usually a determining factor when deciding just where to move. According to Neighborhood Scout’s crime rates for Oklahoma, these 10 cities rank among the safest places in Oklahoma:

Do you live in any of these safest cities in Oklahoma or do you live in a city that you think should be on this list? Share in the comments below!

 

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Safest Places In Oklahoma

June 21, 2019

Which cities and towns in Oklahoma have the lowest crime rate?
Oklahoma, a name that evolved from the Choctaw words of okla and humma, translating to red people, is a state rich in culture. Understandably, this and its stunning natural features have attracted people from all over the world. According to SafeWise, many cities in the state have reported fewer than ten violent crimes. Some of the safest cities in Oklahoma — like Mannford, Tishomingo, and Cache — border parks and other natural attractions. Other safest towns in Oklahoma include Hinton, Nichols Hills, and Elgin, which reported only one violent crime at the time of the study (see link above).

Is Oklahoma City in Oklahoma a safe place to live?
As is the case with every big city, there are typically safer neighborhoods as well as neighborhoods with high crime rates. However, it should be noted that Oklahoma City has a crime rate that is well above the national average. If you are considering moving to this gorgeous state, consider peeking through chat forums and blogs to gather opinions from locals on the best places to live in Oklahoma.

What are some of the most dangerous places to live in Oklahoma?
While many city residents can verify that their hometown probably isn’t one of the worst places to live in Oklahoma, it is generally true that crime is higher in more populated areas. This state is vastly different depending on where you go, so consider visiting a variety of cities and towns to decide which has a pace that’s perfect for your unique lifestyle. The cities on this article offer a splendid place to start!