Doing Business in Wagoner

Located in northeast Oklahoma, Wagoner is the county seat of one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Oklahoma. Wagoner is located 30 minutes from the Tulsa metro area and 15 minutes from Muskogee, both accessible by four lane highways.

Wagoner strives to improve the Quality of Life for its citizens on a daily basis through utilizing our rural setting and is a great place to raise a family. One of the many ways we foster that quality of life is our array of outdoor recreational activities for all ages and interests. Wagoner is gateway to Fort Gibson Lake, a 22,000-acre lake with over 225 miles of shoreline. Our Wagoner Public School System strives for academic excellence while maintaining a healthy balance of competitiveness in all sports,  4A State Championships in football (multiple years) and a State Champion Academic Team. Wagoner is home to the Wagoner Community Hospital which services the city and the surrounding area, as well as two Industrial Parks, three fully equipped and staffed ambulances and many other amenities. 

Local Incentives

Incentives finalize upon economic impact model, company credit worthiness, new job creation and investment and executed Letter of Intent between TCWEDA and Company

  • Land conveyance
  • Build-to-suit - Lease purchase option
  • Environmental Phase I
  • Job & Investment ED Fund
  • Site Prep - ground, entrance & road
  • Utility infrastructure extension to facility
  • Fast Track Permitting City of Wagoner
  • CDBG-EDIF (application with wage & investment requirements)
  • Wagoner County ED Fund (Request requiring County ED board and County Commissioner approval)
  • Temporary housing assistance for executive during construction
  • Relocation assistance for transferring corporate executive

State and Federal Incentives

Incentives listed below are contingent upon qualification and approval with the appropriate agency or organization.

  • Workforce training (Career Tech)
  • Workforce training (Cherokee Nation)
  • Workforce recruitment (OESC)
  • Workforce recruitment (EOWIB)
  • Unique site designations: Enterprise Zone & Targeted Employment Area
  • Federal incentives: Native American Tax Credit and Accelerated Depreciation (Requires US Congress Annual Approval)
  • State incentives: Quality Jobs, Property Tax Abatement and Manufacturer's Sales Tax Exemption (See State of Oklahoma Department of Commerce response)