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Classic, old charm houses, unique neighborhoods and modern downtown lofts make up the city of Bartlesville. With an affordable cost of living Bartlesville can offer a variety of choices for all budgets.

Selection

Bartlesville and the surrounding areas offer a diverse selection of homes. There are many Chamber member realtors who can assist you in finding your perfect home. To see a list of realtors click on the Member Directory at the top of the page.

Map of Neighborhoods

Affordability

The cost of living in Bartlesville is truly affordable. The average single family home price for 2014 was $145,307. Apartments and/or condos can be rented anywhere from $485/month for a 1-bedroom unit up to $700/month for a 2-bedroom unit. Additionally, single family homes can be rented ranging from $700/month to $1,200/month.

Livability

Bartlesville has many attributes that you would find in larger cities – all neatly tied into a small friendly community. Whether you enjoy the symphony, a ballet production, live theater, or simply fine dining, Bartlesville can deliver. Bartlesville continues to be a great place to live, work and raise a family.

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Relocation Resources

We want to make your relocation to the Bartlesville area as smooth as possible. Listed are numbers, addresses and details you may need as you make yourself at home.

Water

City of Bartlesville

401 S Johnstone
Bartlesville, OK 74003
918.338.4224

City of Dewey

411 E Don Tyler
Dewey, OK 74029
918.534.2272

Natural Gas

Oklahoma Natural Gas

PO Box 1158
3601 NE Indiana Ave.
Bartlesville, OK 74006
800.664.5463

Electricity

Public Service Company of Oklahoma

310 S Comanche
Bartlesville, OK 74003
888.216.3523

Verdigris Valley Electric Cooperative

PO Box 219
Collinsville, OK 74021
918.371.2584
800.870.5948

Cable/Internet

Cable One

4127 Nowata Rd.
Bartlesville, OK 74006
918.335.0123
www.cableone.net

Driver’s License

National Guard Armory, 1816 W Hensley – 918.336.6082

Your Oklahoma license should be obtained within 30 days after permanent residence or employment is established. Applicants must provide a birth certificate as identification and must pass written and driving tests. Applicants with a valid out-of-state driver’s license must pass a written exam. Traffic regulation books are available at the office. Office hours for obtaining a driver’s license are first come, first served, Monday through Friday, 8-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. for written and driving tests.

Vehicle Registration

Tuxedo Tag Office, 3400 E Tuxedo Blvd – 918.333.7095

Express Tag Agency, 16459 S. HWY 123 – 918.3369457

Auto tags must be obtained within 30 days after permanent residence or employment is established. A title or current registration and proof of Oklahoma insurance are needed to receive a tag, and vehicles registered from out-of-state must be physically present at the tag office to receive a tag. Office hours 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday

Voter Registration

Persons who have not been registered to vote before or who are registered but need to change their registration may do so by filling out a voter registration application. Voter registration closes 24 days before an election. Forms are available at the County Election Board office located at the County Courthouse on 420 S. Johnstone, Room 101, from 9:00 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday – Friday, all post offices, public libraries and tag agencies. For more information contact the Election Board at 918.337.2850 or www.elections.ok.gov.

Emergency Services

Washington County and the Bartlesville area are served by a state-of-the-art 911 system.

Information and Referral Service

2-1-1 is an easy to remember, free 24-hour telephone number that connects people with important community services seven days a week, 365 days a year. 2-1-1 certified specialists assess a caller’s needs and determine what service providers in the area are best equipped to provide the needed help. 2-1-1 partners with the Bartlesville Regional United Way to provide this service.