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Oklahoma City Neighborhoods


Oklahoma City is one of the larger metro areas in the nation, comprised of many areas and communities. Here you can find information on each.
  1. Bricktown / Downtown
  2. Midtown / Uptown
  3. Eastside / Capitol
  4. Westside / El Reno
  5. The Adventure District
  6. Northwest / NW Expressway
  1. Nichols Hills / The Village
  2. Edmond / Memorial Corridor
  3. Airport / Southwest
  4. Moore
  5. Midwest City / Del City
  6. Norman

Bricktown / Downtown

One of the most popular areas of the city, the ever-expanding Bricktown region of downtown Oklahoma City has grown exponentially since 2000. Hotels, restaurants and shopping areas continue to pop up around the canal and the Bricktown Ballpark. It's the true hotspot in OKC. Get information on Bricktown as well as the rest of downtown Oklahoma City here.

Midtown / Uptown

North of Oklahoma City's Downtown and Bricktown regions, Midtown has received a new emphasis recently in the metro. Uptown continues north from the midtown area. Find information here on OKC's midtown and uptown regions.

Eastside / Capitol

Find information here on Eastside Oklahoma City as well as the area around the State Capitol building.

Westside / El Reno

Get information on the westside area of the Oklahoma City metro including suburb communities such as Yukon and Bethany, stretching out to El Reno

The Adventure District

Nicknamed the "Adventure District" by the area businesses and civic leaders, this region of the Oklahoma City metro stretches around NE 50th and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and includes amusement parks along I-35 as well. Find information here on everything in the "Adventure District" of OKC.

Northwest / NW Expressway

Next to Bricktown, the Northwest area of Oklahoma City, most notably along Northwest Expressway, has become one of the premier shopping and entertainment areas of the city. From shopping malls to a large number of popular restaurants and Lake Hefner, this neighborhood is a commercial hub.

Nichols Hills / The Village

Located side by side in north Oklahoma City, Nichols Hills and The Village are two very different communities. Find information here on these two metro areas.

Edmond / Memorial Corridor

Just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is growing by leaps and bounds. Find information on this OKC metro suburb here. Also, just south of Edmond the region of OKC nicknamed the "Memorial Corridor" covers the Memorial Road and Quail Springs area near the Kirkpatrick Turnpike between Pennsylvania Avenue and the Lake Hefner Parkway.

Airport / Southwest

The Will Rogers World Airport is located in southwest Oklahoma City. Find information on this distinct region of the metro.


Located south of the metro between Oklahoma City and Norman, Moore is a metro suburb. Find information on this community here.

Midwest City / Del City

Midwest City and Del City make up much of the southeastern portion of the Oklahoma City metro. Find information here on these two communities.


The home of the University of Oklahoma, Norman is located south of Oklahoma City along I-35. The gap between the two seems to get smaller and smaller each day as OKC expands, and Norman is now considered by many to be part of the metro area.

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