Edmond, Oklahoma is known as the “Crown Jewel of Oklahoma” and it’s easy to see why. From the incredible fishing at Arcadia Lake to the amazing artistic vibe, this town along Route 66 is a must-see, must stop for travelers and tourists.
The local art scene is amazing with incredible murals on buildings as well as unique public art and the iconic LibertyFest. There is a country charm that has tourists flocking to enjoy the beautiful outdoors and great opportunity for local shops and businesses to attract locals and visitors. Scientific and Technical service industries are big as well as manufacturing and wholesale trade.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about Edmond, Oklahoma.
Just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is the fifth largest city in the state of Oklahoma. In 1887 the Santa Fe rail line built a steam engine water and coaling station in the area because it was the highest point along the line. They named the station after freight agent Edmond Burdick and homesteaders staked their land around the station. The town developed soon after with schools, churches and businesses.
There are cozy bed & breakfasts and charming eateries along with amazing historic sites for friends and family to visit. Don’t forget the various events throughout the year for everyone to enjoy.
People flock to the 10 days LibertyFest with Oklahoma’s largest state parade.
Today the population is around 94,000 with Crest Foods and the University of Central Oklahoma and major employers.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau the racial makeup is:
- 79.7% White
- 6.4% Hispanic
- 5.3% African American
- 2.9% Native American
- 2.9% Asian
The median household income is just over $78,000 with young professionals enjoying the suburban feel and thriving business.
- Edmond is home to Shannon Miller, America’s most decorated Olympic gymnastic athlete.
- There is a 163-foot tall cross standing at the Edmond Campus of Life Church
- Edmonds has 20 parks for residents and visitors to enjoy
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