The City of Moore was founded during the land-run of 1889.
With the population at 6,481 in the 2010 census, Noble is the 3rd largest city in Cleveland County behind Norman and Moore and is considered the "Rose Rock Capital of the World".
Today, with an estimated 111,357 residents, Norman is the 3rd largest city in the State of Oklahoma.
The 2010 United States Census shows Slaughterville's population is 4,137 with 1,495 households. Slaughterville encompasses 24,960 acres or approximately 39 square miles in south central Cleveland County.
The Moore Chamber of Commerce is a member driven organization whose mission is to promote and facilitate the growth of the business community for our members and stakeholders.
Noble Chamber of Commerce members encompass all types of businesses including restaurants, service industries, doctors, lawyers, sole proprietors and corporations.
Whether you are a new resident or just inquiring about Norman, the Norman Chamber of Commerce can help you will find information on city statistics, major employers, education, arts and culture, health care, community resources, recreation and entertainment, housing, and other relocation information.
Learn more about the largest city in the state. A southern section of Oklahoma City is in Cleveland County, helping to make this the third largest county in Oklahoma.