Piedmont

Population: 6,499
Median Home Sale: $188,500
Median Household Income: $81,706
Median Commute: 26.00
An Old Mill in Piedmont, OK. Photo By: katsrcool (Kool Cats Photography)
Piedmont, Oklahoma is a city located nearly in the center of the state, which takes up part of both Canadian and Kingfisher County. Piedmont rests within the Oklahoma city Metropolitan Area covering approximately 43 square miles. Piedmont is bordered on one side by Oklahoma City with easy access to two highways and three interstates making commuting from Piedmont a breeze. The area was largely unsettled until the late 1800s, the city was founded nearly overnight during the Unassigned Land Run on April 22, 1889. Piedmont remained small but steady for many years until the mid-20th century when it became a popular bedroom community for those employed in Oklahoma City. Since then the city has continued to grow and develop into a perfect place for the growing families of Read More +
Piedmont, Oklahoma is a city located nearly in the center of the state, which takes up part of both Canadian and Kingfisher County. Piedmont rests within the Oklahoma city Metropolitan Area covering approximately 43 square miles. Piedmont is bordered on one side by Oklahoma City with easy access to two highways and three interstates making commuting from Piedmont a breeze.

The area was largely unsettled until the late 1800s, the city was founded nearly overnight during the Unassigned Land Run on April 22, 1889. Piedmont remained small but steady for many years until the mid-20th century when it became a popular bedroom community for those employed in Oklahoma City. Since then the city has continued to grow and develop into a perfect place for the growing families of professionals.

According to the 2010 census Piedmont is home to 5,720 residents. The the two largest age groups for residents are 31.3% under the age of 18 and 32.5% between the ages of 25 and 44. Residents are spread among 1,836 households and approximately 50% households had children under the age of 18. The statistics accurately reflecting the prevalence of families within the community. The three largest ethnic groups in the community are the Caucasians with 87.7% of the population, 3.4% of the population is Native American and those of Hispanic and Latino origin making up 4.8% of the population.

Piedmont has a fine school system made up of 5 public schools. The city has one primary school, two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. The high school marching band is consistently top ranking with honors up to an including the Bands of America St. Louis Super Regional Class A Champion in 2008. The athletic department also bring many honors to the city for example in 2009 and 2010 the Piedmont Girls Track Team won the Class 4A State Championship.

The news in Piedmont is printed at, The Piedmont Citizen and The Piedmont-Surrey Hills Gazette. Spiritual needs are met at six different churches within the city. Piedmont has both DSL wired services and wireless services. Gas and electricity within the city limits is provided by Oklahoma Gas and Electric, Oklahoma Natural Gas, and Cimarron Electric.

Piedmont provides a comfortable suburban lifestyle perfect for professionals, couples and families. Homes for sale are predominately middle-class but do range from fixer-uppers and starter homes, as well as luxury homes and condos. Realtors wait to show you the range of real estate options from homes for sale, rent or lease. Explore Piedmont’s charm, convenience, beauty and peace and find the home of your dreams. Read less –

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Area and Demographic Info for Piedmont, Oklahoma

Median Age: 37.64 Median Home Sales Price: $188,500 Median Household Income: $81,706 Median Commute Time: 26.00 mins


  • Population: 6,499
  • Population Density: 149/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: 12.71%
  • Education Climate : 3
  • Married : 3,511
  • Number of Households : 2,199
  • Households with children: 1,042
  • Average Household Size : 2.93
  • Annual Residential Turnover : 8.12%
  • Change in Average Household Income : 3.90%
  • Closest Major Sports Team: OKLAHOMA CITY THUNDER
  • Closest Airport: Will Rogers World
  • Closest College: SOUTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
  • Closest Jr. College: VATTEROTT COLLEGE-OKLAHOMA CITY

What are the Occupancy Rates?

Vacant Owned Rented
63 1968 231

How Do People Get to Work?

Drive Public Transportation Walk / Bike / Other Work at Home
1651 0 16 63

Population by Sex(%)

Male Female
49.88 50.12

White/Blue Collar Jobs

White Collar Blue Collar
31 69

Population by Age

0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-84 85+
42949958467332122030341651152152647634329418610654 37

Population by Ethnicity

White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Hawian Other
5827 315 68 38 199 0 122

Population by Education

Less than 9th Grade Some High School Some College Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Graduate
107 95 1202 350 1030 380

Households by Income (in thousands of dollars)

0-1010-1515-2020-2525-3030-3535-4040-4545-5050-6060-7575-100100-125125-150150-200200-250250-500 500+
8527156971469985612162323272912732601624 2

Median Income by Age

< 25 25-44 45-64 > 65
41206 89899 95952 50753

Employees by Occupation

Management Technology Retail Sales Protective Services Agriculture Construction Transportation
64 21 126 7 1 102 98

Employees by Industry

Agriculture Mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation Wholesale Retail Finance & Real Estate Service Public
11 9 136 102 76 7 132 98 99 23

Rent Estimate (in dollars) Estimate includes shelter + utilities

Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom
503 584 748 1024 1229

Crime

Total Personal Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Vehicle Theft
119 118 245 82 32 102 111 122 139 65

Household Expenses

Total Insurance Apparel Education Entertainment Food Healthcare Housing Transportation Utilities
112 125 117 123 119 109 100 121 109 110

Natural Disasters

Earthquake Total Weather Hail Hurricane Tornado Wind
91 143 395 13 282 87

Pollution

Air Ozone Carbon Monoxide Lead NO2 Particulates(PM10)
82 96 99 40 90 87

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Local School Data for Piedmont, Oklahoma

Preschool

School Name Distance Type Grades
PIEDMONT PRIMARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2.26 mi PUBLIC PRESCHOOL-PRESCHOOL

Elementary

School Name Distance Type Grades
PIEDMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2.72 mi PUBLIC K-4
NORTHWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4.74 mi PUBLIC K-4

Middle

School Name Distance Type Grades
PIEDMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL 2.58 mi PUBLIC 7-8

High

School Name Distance Type Grades
PIEDMONT HIGH SCHOOL 2.28 mi PUBLIC 9-12

Schools are listed in order of their proximity to a central point within Piedmont. Please contact someone from our team, or the school itself, to find out whether or not a particular home you're looking at is eligible for any particular school or district

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