Life In Yukon

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What is it like to live in Yukon, OK?

Yukon Oklahoma was established in 1891 by A.N. Spencer with about 25 residents. It continues as a growing community of 27,534 (2019) in Canadian County, 14 miles west of Oklahoma City. 

Historically, Yukon served as an urban center for local farmers and the location of large grain elevators and milling operations. At the top of one of the iconic mills on historic Route 66, the Yukon’s Best Flour sign continues to shine brightly each night! 

Yukon is a robust city with strong Czech roots. This heritage is celebrated each October at the annual Czech Festival. Yukon also is home of the Yukon Millers, Express Clydesdales, a corridor of the famous Chisholm Trail, historic Route 66, and the Chisholm Trail Festival. It’s the former home of Western film legend Dale Robertson, beloved country singer Garth Brooks, and Grady the Cow!

The town prides itself on being family oriented and keeping a small-town atmosphere! Residents enjoy outstanding quality of life including small and large shopping centers, restaurants, entertainment venues, recreation activities, parks, and access to Lake Overholser. Yukon also offers premier medical facilities including Integris Canadian Valley Regional Hospital, excellent public & private schools. Housing is affordable and the crime rate is low.

Yukon is a great place to call home and establish a business!

Education

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Yukon Public Schools

Pre K - 12th Grade

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St. John Nepomuk

Pre K - 8th Grade

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Southwest Covenant

Pre K - 12th Grade

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Canadian Valley Technology Center

Concurrent - Adult - Business

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Redlands Community College

Post Secondary Associate Degree

Hospital

Mabel C. Fry Public Library

Yukon's library. Books, media, & programming for all ages.

Parks & Recreation

Beautiful parks, recreational facilities, events, athletic leagues, & aquatics.

J. Calvin Baseball Field

Home of the Spirit League for children & adults with disabilities.

Yukon Police Department

Providing protection related to crimes against persons and property and community service functions.

Fire Department

Highly trained personnel who provide firefighting, rescue and EMT Paramedic services.

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