Our Tulsa information links page is organized to help you easily find local Tulsa information in a variety of categories from Tulsa Business and Tulsa Culture, to Tulsa History and Tulsa Weather.  Located in Northeastern Oklahoma, Tulsa is the gateway to “Green Country”, known for its lush landscape populated with forests, hills and lakes. What makes Tulsa truly unique is its ability to offer most of the perks of a major league city while maintaining the friendliness and lifestyle of a much smaller community.

Tulsa Business Makes for a Strong Local Economy

The local economy is diverse with strong sectors in energy, manufacturing, aerospace, technology, telecommunications and finance. The nation’s most inland seaport combines with Tulsa International Airport to connect the Tulsa business region with international trade and transportation.  Tulsa is experiencing a substantial economic development and investment surge. The growth has been spearheaded by the Vision 2025 Initiative and its centerpiece, a new 18,000 seat arena and events center designed by world famous architect Cesar Pelli.

Experience the Rich Culture of the Tulsa Area

Tulsa culture is flourishing in this metro area that hosts a system of 140 parks, a Zoo voted “America’s Favorite”, two world class museums, award winning Symphony, Opera and Ballet Companies, a plethora of cultural centers, performing arts venues, ethnic festivals, and public artwork, vast educational opportunities in nationally recognized public and private schools including 14 institutions of higher learning, boutique shopping and Tulsa entertainment districts like Brookside, Cherry Street and Utica Square, endless sport options at both the collegiate and professional levels, and one of the most famous golf courses in all the world.  It is not a stretch to say “Tulsa has it all.”