As the largest suburb of Tulsa, Broken Arrow OK offers an irreplaceable, sought-after combination of big-city amenities with a small-town heart. With around 100,000 residents proud to call this area home, there is so much to love about living in Broken Arrow.
What began as an agricultural community along the railroad has since blossomed into an economically diverse city, providing plentiful job opportunities in various industries. Additionally, Broken Arrow is a short 15-mile drive to Tulsa—making it an ideal place to live for commuters and their families. But living here is not all work and no play. With so many events and activities to participate in, you will not find a need to leave town for entertainment, arts, culture, and outdoor adventures.
The Rose District is Broken Arrow is the historic arts and entertainment district, packed with more than 50 places to eat, shop, and even learn. It is home to the Historical Society Museum, the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, Military History Museum and so much more. This pedestrian-friendly part of town hosts special events on a weekly, monthly, or seasonal basis. Outside of the Rose District, residents can enjoy a berry-picking outing at Thunderbird Berry Farms, hiking on trails at the Ray Harral Nature Center, grab a locally crafted drink at Waters Edge Winery & Bistro, or enjoy a meal at a family-owned, regional, or national chain restaurant.
The public school system in Broken Arrow is highly rated, contributing to a consistent top 10 ranking of Best Suburbs to Live and Raise a Family in Oklahoma by niche.com. Broken Arrow Public Schools has over 30 schools, including multiple early childhood centers for Pre-K programs, alternative learning centers, Freshman Academy, and the largest high school in the state. Even with high enrollment, Broken Arrow High School boasts a 19:1 student-teacher ratio. The campus features high-tech science labs, fine arts spaces, a robust athletics program, a state-of-the-art media center, and more to create well-rounded citizens out of its students.
With Homes by Taber now building Proudly OverbuiltⓇ new homes in this popular and affluent area, there are even more reasons to relocate to Broken Arrow!