City of Broken Arrow, OK
Broken Arrow offers both small-town charm and big-city amenities. The area is surrounded by some of Oklahoma's most scenic natural areas, making it a top spot for outdoor activities, and its cultural attractions draw entertainment enthusiasts. Broken Arrow also includes a thriving business climate, three renowned hospitals, and excellent public and private schools.For those people interested in the walkability of a community, Broken Arrow has a Walk Score® of 18.
Median Household Income$64,411
Median Home Price$149,000
The variety of Broken Arrow's outdoor activities is as wide open as the Oklahoma sky. "Broken Arrow is pleased to offer outdoor recreation venues for its citizens and visitors," says Broken Arrow Parks and Recreation Director Scott Esmond. "These outdoor spaces create viable and desirable places to improve the quality of life in Broken Arrow." Happy Trails
More walkable and eye-pleasing than ever before, Downtown Broken Arrow retains a strong connection to its past. "We wanted to give people more reasons to come downtown and enjoy an entire day here," says Lisa Frein, director of downtown development for Broken Arrow, explaining the rationale for rezoning "and thereby reinvigorating" the city's arts and entertainment district.
Broken Arrow residents enjoy a diverse food scene ranging from eclectic restaurants in the Rose District to barbecue joints and cafes. Dining on South Main Street
The club scene in Broken Arrow includes several top golf courses available to the Oklahoma community's 102,000 residents. The most-visited venue is the public Battle Creek Golf Club, which features a links layout with 70 bunkers and eight ponds, playing as a 7,206-yard, par 72 from the back tees and 5,472 yards from the ladies tees. The popular city-owned course hosts more than 35,000 rounds each year.
In Broken Arrow, those looking for a variety of youth sports won't have to look far. Opportunities are everywhere. Fanatic for Football Broken Arrow Youth Football Association offers flag football (open to kindergarten through third grade) and tackle (for grades 1-7). Flag football players are selected by draft and games generally last for 75 minutes.