Whether you are considering a new manufacturing, commercial business or retail operation, Purcell offers the right location for you.
Growing in the bluffs overlooking the South Canadian River, Purcell has a unique and rich history. Founded as a railroad town in 1887, Purcell has served as a major agribusiness area and the center for the state's equestrian industry. The Chickasaw Nation also is located within the region, and is a major supporter of business and industry with close ties to the management of the City of Purcell.
Cost of Living
Purcell offers a cost of living that is 18% below the U.S. average, has little congestion, and is home to one of the state’s top public school systems (including a new $14 million high school campus).
Business & Recreation
Purcell’s historic main street hosts thriving businesses, including several great restaurants, antique dealers, bed and breakfasts, and gift shops.
Recreational opportunities include:
Excellent golf at Brent Bruehl Course
Fishing and boating on Purcell Lake
Horse ranch tours
Major National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and professional sports are accessible in nearby Norman and Oklahoma City
Visiting nearby winery
New High School and Junior High School serves the students and community. Mid-America Technology Center in Wayne serves more than 15,000 students in eight counties. It offers training to local companies to improve skill levels and graduates to earn better wages.