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Statistics & Facts

The Oklahoma state capital is Oklahoma City.
The population of Yukon is approximately 22,032 (2005), 22709 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 7,735 (1990), 8744 (2010).
The amount of land area in Yukon is 66.795 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Yukon is 25.8 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.028 sq kilometers.
The distance from Yukon to Washington DC is 1200 miles.
The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 14 miles. (as the crow flies)
Yukon is positioned 35.51 degrees north of the equator and 97.76 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Yukon median income is $ 45,265 (2000).
The Yukon median home price is $ 78,100 (2000).
Yukon average annual precipitation is 35.0 inches peryear.
Yukon average annual snowfall is 9.5 inches per year.
The average winter temperature is 35.5 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 58.8 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 82.0 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 61.4 degrees F.


in central Oklahoma, 12.24 miles east of El Reno in the general Oklahoma City area. Other nearby communities include Woodlawn Park, Bethany, Mustang, Warr Acres, Piedmont, Union City, The Village and Nichols Hills.
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History & History Related Items

Yukon began in 1891 when A.N. Spencer, a rancher from Texas came through the area. He noted there were no towns between El Reno and Oklahoma City when he built a rail line through here. He determined a good spot near El Reno for a town and started one on the spot. He bought property and enlisted the help of his brothers and friends to build up the town. In only a few months, the little town grew a number of homes and a nice group of businesses including a bank. Yukon was incorporated in 1901 though it was still a small town. It has grown considerably through the years bringing in new business, new residents and homes and many organizations and clubs.
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Garth Brooks, country music singer, grew up in Yukon, OK and graduated from Yukon High School. Garth was born on February 7, 1962 in Tulsa, OK. After graduating from Yukon High School Garth attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK on a partial athletic scholarship for Javelin throwing and graduated with a degree in advertising in 1984. Garth's mother, Colleen Carroll, was a Recording Artist for Capital records during the 1950's. Garth has the two biggest selling albums in country music history, No Fences (13.1 million copies sold) and Ropin' the Wind (11.3 Million copies sold).

Yukon Community Center
2200 S. Holly
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
Phone: (405) 354-8442 or 354-7126
Fax: (405) 350-7599
These facilities are available for rental and are open 7 days a week, but hours will vary according to the day.

Jackie Cooper Gym
1024 E. Main Street
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
Phone: (405) 350-8920
Fax: (405) 350-8923
Open varying hours Monday - Saturday

Dale Robertson Center
1200 Lakeshore Drive
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
Phone: (405) 350-7680
Fax: (405) 350-7679
See the City website under city departments and then Parks & Recreation for more details about recreation facilities within the city.

Sister City - Krnov, Czech Republic
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Yukon City Government

City of Yukon
500 W. Main Street
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
P.O. Box 850500
Yukon, Oklahoma 73085
Phone: (405) 354-1895
Fax: (405) 354-4357

Yukon has a city manager - city council form of government. There are five members on the city council.

Yukon Chamber

Yukon Chamber Of Commerce
510 Elm Ave
Yukon, OK 73099-2525
Phone: 405-354-3567

Yukon Organizations

Yukon Chamber Of Commerce
510 Elm Ave
Yukon, OK 73099-2525
Phone: 405-354-3567

Yukon Libraries

Mabel C. Fry Library
1200 Lakeshore Drive
Yukon, Oklahoma 73099
Phone: (405) 354-8232
Fax: (405) 350-7928 Yukon


The population of Yukon was:
1891 - 25
1990 - 20,935
2000 - 21,043
2002 - 21,121
2005 - 22,032

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