The Commission District has a unique, diverse composition. It includes our State Capitol, leading health care and research facilities, historic neighborhoods, and a progressive commercial/retail section. The Commission is the centerpiece to the puzzle, which ensures an attractive, cohesive, functional community.
The District has several new businesses located in attractive new facilities. The facilities add to the beautiful ambience of this growing community and lay the foundation for more, similar growth in the future.
There are 312 acres dedicated to the residential areas. The Neighborhoods in the District have worked to enhance their value over the last decade. The Commission has been critical in managing that effort and ensuring the area continues to improve.
● Capitol View Neighborhood Association
● Classens North Highland Park Association
● Culbertson Business Association
● Lincoln Terrace Neighborhood Association
● Medical Community Neighborhood Association
Oklahoma Health Center
One of the crown jewels of the Commission District is also a major economic engine for Oklahoma City and the State of Oklahoma. If treated as one entity, it would easily be one of the top ten employers in the State, employing approximately 12,000 people in 230 Acres.
Members of The Oklahoma Health Center:
State Capitol Complex
The State Capitol complex located within the State Capitol Park. Over 12,000 people are employed within this area. Besides being the seat of our State government, the area is part of a significant tourist area and future home of our new Oklahoma History Center.