Business & Economy -
As your company looks to expand or relocate, look no further than Bartlesville, Oklahoma. See why companies such as ABB Automation, ConocoPhillips, FTS Inspection, Schlumberger, Siemens, and Wal-Mart all have major operations here. We offer a highly skilled, well educated and motivated work force, ready access to markets in Southwestern United States, state-of-the-art infrastructure, competitive business costs and superb quality of life.
The area's economic development is coordinated and administered by the Bartlesville Development Corporation who is charged to aggressively recruit new jobs and investment by providing companies with unprecedented site location assistance. The Bartlesville Development Corporation is a partner with the City of Bartlesville and the Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce in facilitating state and local incentives for the attraction of new business. For additional information contact the Bartlesville Development Corporation at (918) 336-8708 of visit us on the web at www.bdcok.org.
Download the Chamber's Guide to Places of Worship (PDF).
Links to Bartlesville Development Corporation's website with current demographics.
Click here to read more about Bartlesville's education opportunities. Additional information can be found on the Bartlesville Development Corporation's website and the Bartlesville Public School's website.
Health Care -
Health Care in Bartlesville
Jane Phillips Medical Center (JPMC), sponsored by the St. John Health System of Tulsa, is a general medical and surgical center located in Bartlesville and is accredited by NIAHO (National Integrated Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations). With 137 beds, JPMC offers a wide range of services, including general medicine, surgery, cardiopulmonary care, maternal and infant care, cancer treatment, geriatric care, orthopedics, and physical medicine.
Tulsa Health Care Facilities
Metropolitan Tulsa has over two dozen hospitals providing a full range of medical treatment, including Tulsa Life Flight, a 24-hour emergency helicopter service to and from the region's hospitals. Seven general hospitals serve Tulsa: Children’s Hospital at St. Francis, Hillcrest Medical Center, Oklahoma State University Medical Center (formerly Tulsa Regional Medical Center), St. Francis Hospital, St. John Medical Center, and Southcrest Hospital. A number of specialty hospitals and clinics are also available.
Click here to read a short history of Bartlesville. Visit the Bartlesville History Museum website for more information.
The Bartlesville Public Library is located at 600 S. Johnstone in downtown Bartlesville. Phone: 918-338-4161. Click here to visit the library's website.
Located in the southwestern Sunbelt, Bartlesville enjoys an early spring, a warm fall, and a mild winter. Average temperature is 60º. Summer days are hot, with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, and 1 to 3 inches of rain each month. Winter days are chilly, with temperatures in the 20s, 30s and 40s, and 1 to 3 inches of snow each month from December through March. Air quality is above the national average.
Gardeners in Bartlesville enjoy an 8-month season from the first planting of peas in mid-February to the late October tomato harvest. Warm spring rains produce daffodils and forsythia in March, and mild days and cool nights of a long Indian summer encourage a wide variety of flowering perennials in the fall.
Oklahoma is still the state where the “wind comes sweepin’ down the plain," and Bartlesville can experience severe weather, primarily thunderstorms. Although situated in a broad geographical area called “Tornado Alley”, Bartlesville’s last experience with a tornado was in 1991 when a Force 4 tornado blew by 25 miles away.
Average Annual Temperature 60º
- Spring 61º
- Summer 79º
- Fall 60º
- Winter 39º
- Annual Rainfall is 35 inches
- Annual Snowfall is 10 inches
- Average growing season is 8 months
There are a wide variety of organizations focusing on recreation, business and nonprofits. Click here to search the Chamber's database of member organizations.