Our LocationOne of “America’s Most Livable Communities”
Tulsa boasts a diversified business base, including aerospace, telecommunications, manufacturing, construction, high technology, healthcare, education, transportation and energy. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is acclaimed as one of the largest, most inland river-ports in the United States. The Tulsa International Airport offers direct service to most major U.S. cities and is another important contributor to our economic growth. Ten higher education facilities serve the metropolitan Tulsa area. Options range from community college and vocational studies to undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs at both public and private universities.
Nestled right in the heart of “Green Country”, Tulsa houses two world-renowned art museums, a full-time professional opera, ballet companies, and one of the nation’s largest concentrations of art deco architecture. In the state’s largest urban development, pockets of jazz culture flourish, and Native American, Mexican American, and Asian American communities produce music and art that honor their native cultures. The Oklahoma Mozart Festival is one of the largest classical music festivals on the southern plains. The Oklahoma City’s Festival of the Arts has been named one of the top fine arts festivals in the nation. American Theatre Company and Theatre Tulsa are the oldest community theatre companies west of the Mississippi.
Grace K. Cousins Park
Phase I of the Grace K. Cousins Park has begun directly across 121st Street from Wind River Crossing. The 43 acre combination nature center, nature preserve and pioneer park will be unlike any other park in Tulsa’s vast park system due to its unique riverbank location and pioneer village. The Tulsa World news outlet posted this article: Work on Grace K. Cousins Park in south Tulsa begins.