Welcome to the City of Kingfisher, a vibrant community with a thriving local economy on the outskirts of Oklahoma City, opening the gateway to Northwest Oklahoma.

With a rich history predating statehood and progressive planning to prepare for tomorrow, Kingfisher is the ideal place to live, work, play and visit.  This balance is reflected in our active agricultural activity as well as cutting edge technology maintained by Pioneer Telecommunications, with corporate headquarters based in downtown Kingfisher.

Kingfisher Living

If the pictures above caught your attention, or the attraction of a small town community where neighbors and friends are one in the same, please check out the Kingfisher Living section for the best of our Quality of Life features available in Kingfisher.

Community Partners

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Community Profile

Want to learn more about Kingfisher? Then check out what the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber Partnership has to share about Kingfisher by clicking the logo below.

 City Receives Award

  Kingfisher is honored to receive the 2014 Innovations Award from the Oklahoma Municipal League 

Upcoming Events


October 31st - 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.

City Wide Trick or Treat 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.



At the old Armory in Kingfisher

October 17 & 18October 24 & 25October 31 & November 1

8:00 p.m. each evening

No one under 10 allowed.$10 per person After the Haunted House tourvisit the Art Gallery with original haunted artwork for sale.

The Chisholm Trail Museum is proud to announce a new temporary exhibit on loan from one of the foremost collectors of Victorian era working dresses, Marna Davis, will officially open on Saturday, September 13, at 1:00p.m. The Exhibit, “No Lady of Leisure” will display original rare Victorian Era working dresses from the mid-Victorian era through the early Edwardian period.
Each Friday & Saturday night, October 17-18, October 24-25 & October 31 & 1, make plans to visit the "Haunting of The Arts" located in the old abandoned Armory. There will also be An Art Exhibit with a ghoulish twist. Sponsored by Kingfisher Creative & The Arts Council Don't be afraid, bring the family including children over 10 yrs. old. Entrance to the event is $10 per person. Located in The Armory @ 6th & Robberts. Free Parking
Kingfisher vs Perkins-Tryon @ Kingfisher
At God's Covenant Church 308 N. Main Street, Kingfisher *Featuring Pies by Delora Terrell "Fill Your Sweet Tooth" For more information, Call Michelle Clayton 405-414-6008 or Wendell Prim 405-368-4825
Kingfisher vs Heritage Hall @ Heritage Hall
Kingfisher vs Centennial @ Kingfisher End of Regular Season Play. "Senior Night"

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