Broken Arrow Statistics

About Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow is quickly becoming a magnet for high-tech companies, entrepreneurs and innovators. The city’s location near Tulsa International Airport and major transportation routes, business-friendly atmosphere, and cultural amenities make it an attractive option for those looking to enjoy both the relaxed place of a small town with proximity to a larger city. Broken Arrow is also surrounded by lakes and some of Oklahoma’s most scenic natural areas.

Active Living

Named one of the most affordable suburbs in the south by Business Week, Broken Arrow is also considered one of the safest cities in the nation. A network of sidewalks and trails connect neighborhoods to parks, and the city’s collection of althletic facilities encourages residents to participate in many sports. Main Street, with it’s Preforming Arts Center and variety of restaurants, bars and specialty stores, remains the heart of Broken Arrow’s entertainment scene. Broken Arrow has a stong faith community, as well, with more than 60 places of worship. Three renowned hospitals offer high-quality, accessible health care.

Community Commitment

Broken Arrow has the state’s highest education attainment level, the best public school system, a highly educated workforce, available and affordable land, and leadership committed to business growth.

Demographics:

The Age demographics are:

17 and Under – 25%
18-64: 61%
65+: 14%

Population:

Broken Arrow: 111,877
State Population, US Census QuickFacts 2014: 3.9 million

Real Estate:

Average Household Income is $86,681
Median Value, Owner-Occupied Housing Units is $169,855

Transportation:

15 miles to major airport, Tulsa International Airport.
Distances to three major cities nearby: Oklahoma City: 118 miles; Dallas, Texas: 266 miles; Kansas City, MO: 267 miles