Living Life in Tulsa
Tulsa, or T-Town, at one time, was considered the world’s oil capital. Today, it has much more to show for it than just being an oil town and yet, it has stayed that small town that attracts more and more people.
It is a small town that is modern and vibrant. There are over 900,000 residents calling it home, with access to various cultural activities, athletics, plus an outstanding, strong educational town. The down-home warmth is straddled over several counties, and the passion of the residents will tell you a lot about why people are moving here.
U.S. News ranked Tulsa at number 33 out of 100 American cities for having the best quality of life and a strong job market. But it isn’t just a town of newcomers! There are life-long residents that have deep ties from the days when the Trail of Tears landed here and the land run that has been credited with establishing the state.
There are many events all year long like Tulsa Tough and Octoberfest. There are constant activities at the BOK Center, and events like Mayfest remind you that it is a large city in size, but in heart, still that small town.