Economic Development in Frederick, Oklahoma

You don’t need to look far to realize that Frederick is a wonderful place for economic development.  Not only are we surrounded by open country side, but there are lots of storefronts available for rent or purchase, and several reasons why you should jump on the chance:

The City of Frederick owns a municipal air landing strip which is currently in a joint-use contract with Shephard AirForce Base out of Wichita Falls, Texas.
Frederick is home to two dairies...
You will find that our citizens are friendly, down-home people with big visions for Frederick’s future
Frederick is the county seat of Tillman County which consists of 384,000 acres.
1400 acre industrial park
City-owned water plant

High Agriculture Development:

Alfalfa Hay 
A variety of feed grains

Great Year-Round Climate:

Average temperature, 60 degrees
Annual rainfall, nearly 26 inches
Access to raw lake water
City municipal water
Ground water abundance
Active irrigation wells

Trained Workforce:

The crown jewel of what Southwest Oklahoma and Tillman County have to offer may be the premier training system in the nation: Oklahoma's Vocational-Technical school. Great Plains Technology Center is renowned for its ability to customize training for agriculture and business operations.
The Great Plains Economic Development Center will not only walk you through your move to our area, and start-up operation, but also will provide maintenance and upgrade training. This ensures that you will have an edge on your competition.

A Quality Lifestyle:

Frederick Oklahoma has one of the nation's best small town school systems. In addition to Great Plains Technology Center, you'll find three colleges and universities are located within a short drive. You'll also find rich hunting, fishing, and boating. Hackberry Flat National Wetlands/Wildlife Bird Sanctuary and the nearby Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. We believe it's the best lifestyle rural America has to offer.

We would like to tell you more about our incentive packages, land, people, and environment.  If you would like to hear more, please contact us at the numbers or addresses listed on the contact page.  We'll be waiting to hear from you.