Wagoner
Wagoner, Oklahoma

Call Us:City Hall 918-485-2554      WPWA 918-485-4586     Economic Development 918-485-2554 Ext. 236



  • Location, Location, Location- Our city is on the western edge of the Ozarks.  The rural setting and lake provide outdoor activities for all ages and interests.  We are on the shore of a 22,000 acre lake with over 225 miles of shoreline.  
  • Transportation-Intersection of two major highways, 30 minutes to the Tulsa area and 15 minutes to Muskogee, all by four lane highways.  An easy drive to Tulsa International Airport.  Easy access to the Robert S. Kerr navigation channel and Arkansas River.
  • City Airport- Paved, lighted 3,405 foot runway located 2 miles east of the city.
  • Water Supply- Our source is  Ft. Gibson Lake.  A new, state-of-the-art water plant capable of 6 million gallons per day is under construction and will be ready for service in the spring of 2015.  This should provide adequate water for the next 30+ years.
  • Electricity- Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) supplies electricity to our city owned distribution grid.  By buying wholesale and distributing over our own facilities we are able to keep prices low.
  • Faith- With over thirty churches in the city there are ample opportunities to meet other members of the community and become involved with volunteer work.
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View from Sequoyah golf course.

 



               Maple Park's Fishing Pond

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               WATER PARK


Proud of our past.  Confident in our future.  Welcome Visitors! 



  • Recreation-  A sports complex with 6 soccer and 6 ball fields has been built around the city park.  A second complex is under construction.   A large water park, with  chutes, slides, kiddy pool and diving boards is open during the summer months.
  • Low Cost of Living- Low utility rates, property and sales taxes results in a cost of living index of 87.4 compared to the US average of 100.
  • Industrial Parks- We have two Industrial Parks. We proactively recruit not just industry, but retail business as well.
  • Van Service- The City operates a van service which is available to all citizens by reservation. .
  • Hospital- The Wagoner Community Hospital serves the city and surrounding area.  For details, click on the photo below.
  • Ambulance Service -The city maintains two fully equipped and staffed ambulances 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The service for our citizens is paid for by a portion of the utility bill.  Non-residents can participate for a small monthly fee.
  • Families - A great place to raise a family.  Outdoor recreation activities and  a school system that strives for academic excellence with a healthy balance of competitiveness in all sports. 

A FEW WORDS ABOUT US!





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Sequoyah State Park

This beautiful 18 hole golf course is in the center of the State Park and was designed to follow the shores of the lake.  Over a dozen other courses, both public and private, are within  a few minutes drive of Wagoner.

Wagoner Community Hospital


-Located two miles east of Wagoner

-Site 19292, Open to the Public

-Single, Paved Runway-

Length 3,405' X 60' Width

-Dusk to Dawn Lighted Runway

-Manager,

Larry Morgan 918-485-2554 Ext. 221

Hefner-Easley Airport

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The hospital at 1200 West Cherokee St.offers 24/7 emergency service with a physician always on duty.  A helicopter pad is adjacent to the hospital. 

For  information call 918-485-5514 or click on the photo above..

Genealogy and Literacy Centers

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The Three Forks Genealogy Society has an extensive collection of material such as-city funeral and birth records-cemetery records for the county-Indian Tribal Roles-and school year books from 1915 and many Oklahoma records from statehood.  Call 918-485-2741 or if no answer 918-485-2126  email treeforksgen@gmail.com


The Wagoner Literacy Center's mission is to improve reading skills, assist in studying for GED tests, and work with the school system in improving students literacy skills.  Basic and intermediate level computer classes are offered either by classroom or on-on-one sessions..  All services are free and volunteers are always needed.  Call 918-485-2741 e-mail wlitgroup@yahoo.com

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AREA LODGING AND RESTAURANTS.

Click for listing.

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The Genealogy and Literacy Centers are located in the historic Carnegie Library (built in 1912), 102 S. State St.
Wagoner, OK 74467.
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