Washington County is the smallest county out of 77 counties in the state of Oklahoma. Bartlesville, Oklahoma is located in Washington County and has a population of over 35,000 people and many rural areas surrounded by several smaller communities such as Ochelata, Oglesby, Nowata, Ramona, Dewey, Copan, Wann, Caney, Lenapah, Delaware, and Pawhuska.
Washington County as many opportunities for employment; Conoco Phillips, the 3rd largest oil company in the United States, Wal-Mart Distribution Center, and Reda Pump.
Washington County also offers many educational opportunities as well; Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Rogers State University, and Tri County-Tech.
Washington County also has several museums and even a high-rise office building that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Hospital resources and professional medical care are networked with St. John's Hospital located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
According to the latest National Demographics Magazine, Bartlesville was rated the 21st most livable city in the United States, and the most livable city in Oklahoma. With a four lane highway from Bartlesville to downtown Tulsa a metro-plex of over 500,000 people, you are a short 30 minute drive away.
Washington County also has infinite source of recreation such as sporting events, two lakes; Copan Lake and Hula Lake. This county also has public hunting reservations for those who enjoy this sport.
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