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Western Oklahoma I-40 Corridor
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services maintains a list of childcare providers for our region.

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The Western Oklahoma I-40 Corridor economic development team recognized the importance of quality childcare services and continue to work toward that goal.
Regional Properties for Development Opportunities
I-40 Exit 104,
South side of interstate with excellent on/off ramps.
I-40 Exit 101, Hinton, OK
The Hinton Economic Development Authority has plenty of property ready for development.  It is located along Highway 281 between I-40 and the main part of the Town of Hinton.  It is also within 1 mile to the Hinton Regional airport.  All utilities are ready for connections.  Local incentives are offered:
I-40 Exit 84, Weatherford, OK

The Weatherford Area Economic Development Foundation and the Weatherford Industrial Trust has laid some impressive ground work making potential sites available within 1 mile of I-40 and the Thomas P. Stafford Airport.  

More information available at
I-40 Exit 66, Cordell, OK
Located 15 miles south on Highway 183.  Are you looking for a building to rent or buy to open your new business? Cordell offers all sizes and locations for your business needs.
Consider Cordell for your home or business. We have room to grow.

Whether you’re wanting to relocate or start your new business, Cordell offers a wide range of options.
• Housing costs are lower on average than larger cities. • Our school system is considered one of the best in the area. • There are no traffic jams. • Short lines in stores. • Low crime rate. • Low cost of living.

With a leisurely pace and friendly people, living in our caring community is a pleasure.
I-40 Exit 65A, Clinton, OK
The City of Clinton’s industrial park is south of I-40 two miles and along old highway 66.  It has railroad access and utilities in place. Clinton is a stable, agriculture-based community with a strong industrial presence.

The City provides many opportunities for businesses, new and established, to grow and prosper in the Clinton area. Being at a crossroads of two major highways, with a large area, the City of Clinton is a smart choice for those looking to do business in western Oklahoma.
I-40 Exit 40, Elk City, OK
Elk City saw need for a new 130-acre industrial park, spending about $2 million to buy the land and install infrastructure.  Elk City has also upgraded its airport terminal and runway, the site where corporate oil and gas planes land daily.
I-40 Exit 20, Sayre, OK
The City of Sayre has a Business Park and an Industrial Park located at the interchange of I-40 and Highway 283.  Utilities and streets are in place and ready for immediate location.  Airport is seven miles south on Highway 283.
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