Enid, Oklahoma is a growing micropolitan community 90 miles north of Oklahoma City. Enid is the center of culture and commerce for the northwest quadrant of the state. There are over 100,000 people who consider Enid their primary shopping location. The trade area consists of people from rural Oklahoma and Kansas, who come to Enid for healthcare, banking, shopping, and business every week. Take a look at our Growth!
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Applied Geographic Solutions 2012
$25 million Conference & Event Center is under construction in historic downtown.
$100 million built 2 new elementary schools, rennovated every school in the District, and a new University Center will open 2013.
$8 million INTEGRIS Heart and Vascular Institute of NW Oklahoma.
$10 million renovation of the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center.
$4 million Oakwood Country Club.
$2 million renovation of the Enid Police Department.
$10 million new Armed Forces Reserve Center opened at Vance Air Force Base.
$10 million new control tower at Vance Air Force Base.
$32 million new Waste Water Treatment Plant.