The Village is a community in the United States of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, and a part of the metropolitan area of Oklahoma City. With a population of 9,385, The Village is one of the best places to live in Oklahoma City. Living in The Village gives a compact city feel to residents, and the majority of residents own their homes. A lot of restaurants and parks are located in The Village. The Village is home to many young professionals, and residents appear to lean conservatively.
The Village, except where its size is taken Nichols Hills, Oklahoma, is surrounded by Oklahoma City. The Village is home to Love's Travel Stops & Country Shops, the OKC Friday community journal, and Casady School's corporate headquarters.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total surface area of 2.5 square miles (6.5 km2), of which 2.5 square miles (6.5 km2) island, and 0.39 percent is water. The frontiers of The Village surround Oklahoma City.
The Village has a form of government from the City Manager. An elected Council oversees the City Manager. Among the representatives of the Council, the position of Mayor rotates. The Village is represented by Stephanie Bice in Congress, Julia Kirt in the Oklahoma Senate, and Chelsey Branham and Cyndi Munson in the Oklahoma House.
The beautiful part of living in a village city is the simplicity of getting where you want to go. Leave people who have no other choice to the burden of traffic congestion and shortage of parking spaces. You're going to save lots of premiums, gas, and maintenance money. All of that adds up over time.