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Cleveland is know for its magnificient water treasures, the Arkansas River and Keystone Lake. Also visit the Triangle Heritage Museum, Sneed Log Cabin and Fort Jordan. Stroll the downtown area and visit unique specialty and craft shops and finish up your visit with a stop at a gourmet coffee house for a luscious dessert and cappuccino or flavored cup of coffee.




35 miles northwest of Tulsa on US 64; 45 miles east of Stillwater on Cimarron Turnpike; 100 miles northeast of Oklahoma City via the Turner Turnpike, to Bristow, then north on Hwy 48.

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Events & Attractions

Triangle Heritage Museum
Sneed Log Cabin
Keystone Lake
Pioneer Day

Helpful Links

City of Cleveland
Cleveland City Profile

Chamber of Commerce
Cleveland Chamber of Commerce

Police Department
Cleveland Police and Sheriffs Departments

Ambulance Services
Mercy Regional

Fire Services
Cleveland Fire Department

Indian Electric Corp  
City of Cleveland Gas & Water Dept  
City of Pawnee Gas, Water,Electric 
AT&T Phone Service   

American Heritage Bank
The Cleveland Bank

Cleveland Senior Citizens

Cleveland Public Schools

Cleveland Airport

Real Estate Agencies
Brown & Company Real Estate
Cheatham Real Estate  
Lockwood & McFarland Auction
Meurer Abstract & Title Company
Pawnee Nation Housing Authority
Paula & Company Real Estate

Statistics & Facts

  • The population of Cleveland is approximately 3,156.
  • The approximate number of families is 1,552.
  • The amount of land area in Cleveland is 5.999 sq. kilometers.




Chamber Of Commerce
117 S Broadway St
Cleveland, OK 74020-4614
Phone: 918-358-2131





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