Oklahoma City

Our corporate campus is located in Oklahoma City, a thriving metro among the country’s top places to live for its quality of life, affordable cost of living and growing economy. Visit abetterlifeokc.com to see why Oklahoma City was ranked #4 on Forbes' list of America's Most Affordable Cities for 2015. You'll also find a cost of living calculator and plenty of information about neighborhoods, schools and entertainment.

Oklahoma City is home to the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, minor league baseball’s Oklahoma City Dodgers and United Soccer League’s Oklahoma City Energy. Downtown Oklahoma City offers a variety of restaurants, nightlife, retail and business establishments. Popular destinations include the Oklahoma City National Memorial, Myriad Botanical Gardens and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

 

 


Art and music festivals abound in spring, summer and fall, but residents can also enjoy numerous permanent galleries and music venues year-round. The Civic Center hosts concerts, productions and performances, while Chesapeake Energy Arena features big-name music acts.

Enjoy jogging, rowing, kayaking, white water rafting, sailing, golf, tennis and other outdoor activities throughout Oklahoma City. Lakes, parks, community events and the Oklahoma River offer adventures for all ages.

Oklahoma City is full of dining and entertainment options. Various areas open their streets each month for art, food, shopping and live music events. Next to Chesapeake’s campus is Classen Curve, a trendy corner of gourmet food, unique boutiques and a Whole Foods Market.

Chesapeake is committed to building stronger, healthier communities and supporting economic growth in Oklahoma City. We partner with dozens of nonprofits committed to positively impacting our city, and our employees volunteer thousands of hours each year to community organizations.

For further information about current events in Oklahoma City, visit the links below.