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OKLAHOMA

Norman, OK

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Norman

Norman is the third-largest city in the U.S. state of Oklahoma, 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City. The county seat of Cleveland County and part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, its population was 128,026 at the 2020 census.

Why Norman, OK?
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Bricktown, OKC

The City of Norman was formally incorporated in 1891. By 1913 over 3,700 peopled called Norman home. Today, as per the 2020 Census, the population of Norman is calculated at 128,026. Statistics show Norman grew at the second fastest pace in the State – 15 percent over the last 10 years – remaining the third largest municipality in the Great State of Oklahoma. This impressive Census data accompanied with our historic 1.6 percent unemployment rate, shows that Norman is very much open for business with one of the strongest economies our city has ever seen.

The residents of Norman are also proud to invest in their own quality of life, which sets the community apart. Norman Forward is recognized as a transformative initiative designed to deliver world class facilities to be enjoyed by all. To date, Norman Forward has delivered two new libraries, a new water park and tennis pavilion, Ruby Grant Park, major improvements to Reaves Park baseball and softball facilities, and Griffin Soccer Park improvements.

There are many reasons people choose to call Norman home; perhaps no reason is more visible than the University of Oklahoma (OU). The University is the single largest employer in Norman, and continues to invest and grow along with the student population. 

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 Legacy Park

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Calypso Cove Marina

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