Welcome to Grady County
Nestled in the rolling hills along I-44 between Oklahoma City and Lawton, Grady County offers a very productive business location and a unique rural and urban lifestyle advantage.
Grady County is located in central Oklahoma, just 45 minutes southwest of downtown Oklahoma City. It ranks as the 8th fastest growing county in Oklahoma and encompasses 1100 sq. miles.
With friendly merchants and home town atmospheres, the communities of Grady County are the perfect choice for growing a business and raising a family. Business in Grady County thrives in agribusiness, energy, manufacturing/distribution and tourism. Hundreds of farms and ranches dot the countryside.
The current population Grady County is 51,000 and it is located within the Oklahoma City MSA (pop. 1.2 million). It is adjacent to Canadian County (north) and McLain County (east), Stephens County (South) and Comanche County (SW). The Canadian River provides its northern border and the Washita River runs through the county's middle. These rivers and their tributaries contribute to its agricultural prosperity.
Interstate 44 traverses Grady County and offers easy access and a convenient transportation corridor to both Texas and Missouri and northeast markets. It is also within minutes of the of nation’s major interstate crossroad (I-35/I-40). The county is served by both the BNSF and Union Pacific railroads.
Grady County is home to Chickasha, a progressive city of 17,000 that serves as the county seat and major retail center. Other communities include: Tuttle, Rush Springs, Alex, Amber, Bradley, Minco, Ninnekah, Norge, Pocasset, Rush Springs, Tuttle, and Verden.
The county is home to one of the nation’s finest public liberal arts universities – the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (USAO) in Chickasha. The university has built a reputation for quality education and was recently named the highest-ranked public college in Oklahoma in U.S. News & World Report Magazine for the sixth straight year.