City of Checotah

Economic Development

Born as railhead for the M.K. & T. Railroad in 1872, transportation has always played a big role in the economy of Checotah and the surrounding area.

Today, Checotah is at the intersection of Interstate 40 and U.S. Highway 69, two of the busiest highways in Oklahoma. And the Union Pacific Railroad now rolls down the track of the old M. K. &T.

Checotah is minutes away from Oklahoma’s largest man made lake, Lake Eufaula that provides water for homes and business as well recreational opportunities.

The Right Place to get your product where it needs to go.
At the intersection of Interstate 40 and U.S. Highway 69 and serviced by Union Pacific Railroad:

Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Checotah, McIntosh County General Profile

Oesc link
http://www.oesc.state.ok.us/lmi/LAUS/2006/Oct/counties.htm

County QCEW-202 2006 Quarter 1
countyqcew_q1.pdf

Checotah Census Data
http://censtats.census.gov/data/OK/1604013650.pdf

County
http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/40/40091.html

Climate

Average Temperature: 61.8; 82.7 Summer; 38.9 Winter
Average Precipitation: 45.51 inches
Average Snowfall: 5 inches

Cost of Living Standards:

Average Housing Costs: $50,500 Median
Cost of Living Index: 91.0
Average Household Income $22,029
Public Education Ranking: ACT Scores 19.9; 1463 enrolled in K-12