Find fascinating history as well as a strong business community around Broken Arrow homes. The city was once a sleepy agricultural town. That changed in 1961 with the completion of the Broken Arrow Expressway (Oklahoma State Highway 51), which connects Broken Arrow with downtown Tulsa. The city grew through the following decades as a bedroom community and suburb of Tulsa. More recently there has been a push to do business at local downtown Broken Arrow real estate. The downtown area now has strict development guidelines to ensure that new buildings will complement the historic character and encourage a denser, more urban type of growth.
The Chamber of Commerce is strong and active. People living in Broken Arrow homes come together for many annual Chamber events. The Rooster Days Festival is held in May. In June, everyone looks forward to the Taste of Summer and the golf tournament later in the month. The Broken Arrow Wine Walk is held in December.
The city provides for its citizens. Many local schools turn in top-notch performances for state standardized testing, as well as earning warm reviews from parents. There are 38 beautiful parks for playing, picnicking, and exercising. When the weather heats up, cool off at one of the city swimming pools or splash pads. There’s also a skate park and many sports leagues to join.
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