G U T H R I E L I V I N G

To live in Guthrie is to live well! We are a vibrant, growth oriented city offering the best qualities of country living along side a rich business environment directed at encouraging community involvement and expansion.

CITY GOVERNMENT:
City Council and a City Manager provides administrative leadership and the city serves approximately 13,000 residents in three wards. Guthrie is also the Logan County Seat which is governed by County Commissioners.

HEALTH CARE:
State-of-the-art medical care led by Mercy Hospital Logan County. This is a full service hospital facility. In addition, there are four Mercy Physician Clinics serving the area in Guthrie, Crescent and Edmond.

EDUCATION:
Guthrie Public Schools have six campuses serving Pre-K through 12. Highest academic standards, Championship Athletic teams, Award winning Music and Band.

Parochial Schools and Home Schooling

  • St. Mary Catholic School

Vocational Training Centers

  • Guthrie Job Corps Center
  • Meridian Technology (Stillwater)

Higher Education (nearby):

  • Oklahoma State University (Stillwater)
  • Langston University
  • University of Central Oklahoma (Edmond)

THE GUTHRIE-EDMOND REGIONAL AIRPORT:
Leading the way as a fully functional small jet facility and a business park, home to numerous diverse technology driven companies.

THE GUTHRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY:
Dedicated to providing programs and activities that reflect the needs of the community. It is computer friendly with wi-fi and web access for citizens and visitors alike and plays an important role in keeping Guthrie current.

LOGAN COMMUNITY SERVICES:
Provides family services, rehabilitation services, counseling and the Maudie Hirschi Children's Shelter for temporary care of children in need.

THE FIRST CAPITAL TROLLEY:
Offers a variety of transportation services including Historic Tours, Shuttle Services throughout the county and On Demand transportation.

A BUSINESS FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT:
Guthrie is a growing community supported by an active Chamber, City of Guthrie, many locally owned banks and the Logan County Economic Development Council.