Pawnee County holds a variety of business opportunties for new, small and large business owners. Located 25 minutes from Tulsa, the Pawnee County Economic Development Foundation Inc. markets and manages the development of lots in the 40 acre Pawnee County Regional Business Park.
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Ringle Planning and Surveying, Inc.
5801 N. Hwy 97
Sand Springs, OK 74063
25 minutes from Tulsa on US 412 to US 64, thence north on US 64. The Park is located on the west side of US 64 across from Billy B’s Convenience Store.
The Park has a variety of lots available for manufacturing and distribution uses ranging in size from 2.5 acres to 17 acres. Contact us to discuss current availabilities.
Benefits of starting your small business in Pawnee County:
Transportation Pawnee County is well served by transportation. U.S. 412 (Cimarron Turnpike) carries interstate traffic from East to West while U.S. 64 handles a more scenic 2-lane traffic from the East Coast to the West. North to South Interstate 35 is just to the West of Pawnee County, while State highways 18, 99 and 48 carry regional north/south traffic.
The international seaport at Catoosa is located only about 40 miles from Pawnee County. Freight rail service is available in the City of Pawnee, with four trains per day. Potential for stops in other Pawnee County towns exists.
Air service is available from the Tulsa International Airport. Jets are able to land on the 4,000 ft runway at Cleveland. Turbo props can be used on the paved runway at Westport. The City of Pawnee is in the process of
upgrading its landing strip.
Utilities The availability of utilities is also a strong asset for economic growth in Pawnee County.
Electricity is available from two wholesalers, Grand River Dam Authority and KAMO. Indian Electric Cooperative, a rural electric cooperative, currently distributes it. The City of Pawnee has its own electrical system. Oklahoma Gas and Electric also serve a portion of Pawnee County in the south central portion of the county.
Telephone service has been upgraded in the county during the past years. Southwestern Bell, which serves the western portion of the county, and the City of Cleveland have installed T-1 lines. The county is served by the Tulsa exchange, which is one of the two highest exchanges of the Southwestern Bell system. Cimarron Telephone, which serves the eastern half of the county, is currently completing fiber optic systems for its county coverage. Cellular towers are being constructed by a number of companies.
Natural Gas is served by Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. The City of Cleveland operates a gas distribution system. Several small local systems such as H&G&G in the Terlton area, and the Hallett-Jennings Gas Company and others also serve the county's gas needs. Propane service in the County is available.