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Conveniently located just minutes north of Oklahoma’s largest metropolitan area, Guthrie’s growth in the residential and business sectors has been steadily increasing for several years. The most recent population data indicates that the northern migration to this area has brought thousands of new residents into Logan County and the Guthrie area. People of all ages and stages of life find our small-town atmosphere giving them the feeling of belonging and is a wonderful place to live, work and enjoy their lives.

With the large numbers of tourist that visit Guthrie each year, retail sales, entertainment and the hospitality industries nurture many of our small businesses. But the largest number of workers and professionals are employed in the senior and healthcare businesses, with the City of Guthrie and with our many education venues, Guthrie Job Corps Center, Guthrie Public Schools and Langston University. Guthrie is also blessed with a rich heritage in the agricultural and equine industries, and families still pass their farms from generation to generation as they have since the Land Run.

Cutting edge aeronautics, innovative manufacturing and entrepreneurship is alive and thriving as Guthrie works to meet the demands of our global marketplace.

Marked growth in both retail and service sectors makes Guthrie a great place to begin a new business or expand an existing one. As our population growth spans with everyone from young families to retirees, our goods and services must grow to meet their rising demands.


Guthrie Chamber of Commerce President
Kathy Montgomery

212 W. Oklahoma
(405) 282-2365

City of Guthrie City Planner
Rene Spineto

City Hall
301 W. Oklahoma
(405) 282-1110

Logan County Economic Development Council
212 W. Oklahoma
(405) 282-6660

Oklahoma Department of Commerce To Start a Business Frequently Asked Questions


Oklahoma Tax Commission

Oklahoma Small Business Development Center

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