Oklahoma City

Oklahoma ranks No. 2 nationally as most desirable place to invest in oil or gas

Friday, January 21, 2022

The Fraser Institute recently released its 2021 Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey, and Oklahoma ranked in the top 10. The annual survey of oil and gas executives asked 16 questions pertaining to factors known to affect investment decisions, then ranked U.S. states and Canadian provinces in terms of potential investment attractiveness. Read

Cultivating Coders creating hope for underserved residents

Thursday, January 20, 2022

More than two dozen students from Millwood Public Schools and eight women in the ReMerge diversion program graduated in 2021 from computer programming classes offered by New Mexico-based Cultivating Coders. Cultivating Coders is a nonprofit that works with mostly minority and lower-income students to teach them computer coding, a highly desirable skill in

Get to know The Modern Frontier with new OKC Visitors Guide

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Have friends, family or other connections that are thinking of visiting OKC? Fresh off the presses, the 2022 Oklahoma City Visitors Guide has all the details they need to best experience The Modern Frontier – what to see, what to do, what to eat, where to stay and more. The Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau just released the new guide,

Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation announces T-Up for OKCPS on May 5

Monday, January 17, 2022

Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation officials recently announced a reimagined community fundraiser that enables everyone in the community to show support for the Oklahoma City Public Schools district. T-Up for OKCPS begins pre-sales of T-shirts bearing the message, OKCPS Champion, and will culminate with everyone participating wearing them on Thursday,

OKC Convention Center celebrates first year

Friday, January 14, 2022

The new Oklahoma City Convention Center has shown great promise in helping to shape the city’s future in its inaugural year of operation. The Convention Center has hosted 128 events that have had over 111,000 people stream through its door since Jan. 14, 2021. Official figures estimate the economic impact to be more than $15.3 million as it marks

Learn more about the candidates in the upcoming OKC mayoral election

Friday, January 14, 2022

Photo: Steve Johnson/OKC Convention Center Registered voters who live in the City of Oklahoma City will have the opportunity to vote in an important election on Tuesday, Feb. 8. Four candidates filed to run in the Oklahoma City mayoral election, including the incumbent Mayor David Holt. Other candidates include Carol Hefner, Jimmy Lawson and Frank Urbanic.

OKC Social Squad an easy way to support OKC Chamber

Thursday, January 13, 2022

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to find more ways to support your community, you’re in luck. The Chamber’s OKC Social Squad program is looking for new members. The OKC Social Squad, accessible at okcsocialsquad.com, is a platform that allows social media users to easily share VeloCityOKC.com content and news about Oklahoma City

State of the Economy recap: where we’re heading in 2022

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

The Chamber’s annual State of the Economy event brought valuable insight and perspective surrounding Oklahoma City’s industries and how to navigate the future of business. Our city grew by more than 100,000 residents between 2010 and 2020, making us the 22nd largest city in the United States. With this growth, we’ve seen expansion in the