Overview of Yukon
Yukon, OK home to about 23,500 residents, is located in Canadian County near interstate 40 and Route 66. Yukon prides itself on its high quality of life for its residents among a family-oriented and safe community. The town boasts a median household income of about $59,800 which is higher than the state's average of $44,300. According to City Data, the cost of living index in Yukon is at 86 which is below the national average. Yukon apartments for rent are sure to be located in a quiet, safe and welcoming area.
Living in Yukon, OK
Although Yukon is not a big city, due to its close proximity to Oklahoma City, residents here have a number of employment options from which to choose. Locally, residents can work for the Yukon Public School District, one of the state's top employers. Other employers in the area include Factory Direct Inc., MidFirst Bank, and Oral Roberts University.
There are also several colleges in the area, which include Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City; Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma City Community College. Those searching for rentals in Yukon will be happy to have such a wide selection of educational options.
Yukon Attractions and Special Events
Yukon is home to the Czech Hall, a landmark that has been designated by the National Register of Historic Places. The site preserves Czech heritage and sponsors community events that share the culture including the Czech Festival every October. The Yukon Hills Plaza Shopping Center is perfect for anyone interested in spending the day shopping with family and friends. Also located nearby is the White Water Bay Water Park. Perfect for any family outing, this park offers many rides such as water rides, family rides and slide rides. There are also "dive-in movies" at the park offering guests the chance to watch some of their favorite films right in the water!
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