On behalf of the Chickasha Chamber of Commerce, I want to welcome you to our great city. I hope our website will assist you in learning more about our way of life and all the things we have to offer as a progressive community.
Chickasha has a great quality of life. The city provides all the services and stores one needs to shop locally with a small town atmosphere. It is located within 45 miles of Oklahoma City, Norman and Lawton when you need to access the larger metropolitan areas.
This is a wonderful city to raise a family and call home. Chickasha provides educational opportunities from early childhood to the university level. The city has a complete medical facility from clinics to its county hospital available for those needing quality health care.
From youth to adult sports leagues operate year round providing an atmosphere for healthy lifestyles as well as our city walking/bicycle trail.
The Festival of Light provides a beautiful scene in Shanoan Springs Park the last six weeks of each year. For those looking to enjoy the arts opportunities exist throughout the year from events planned by our local arts council, community theatre and educational systems.
As you can tell, there is a lot to do and see in Chickasha. I hope you consider joining my family in calling Chickasha home.
Chamber Ribbon Cutting at Chick’s Liquor
The Chamber is proud to welcome Chick’s Liquor as a new member and held a Ribbon Cutting at their location, which is 1708 S. 4th St., in Chickasha.
The new business is owned by Amy Chick and the store hours are from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday – Saturday.
The Chamber of Commerce, Chickasha Economic Development Council and the Chickasha Main Street Program are joining together to inform and educate our public about the importance and value of shopping locally, which is vital to Chickasha’s economy.
We plan to put out frequent fresh ads for print, and PSAs as well as put out displays at check-out registers throughout Chickasha.
For further information please contact either:
Donna Standridge, Director of Chamber Programs, 405-224-0787