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 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.
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.
Guthrie Public Schools have seven 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)
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.