About the City of Collinsville, Oklahoma
Location & Accessibility
Collinsville, Oklahoma is an outer ring Tulsa suburb, located just north of Owasso on the U.S. 169 corridor. The community has experienced dynamic residential growth with several new subdivisions and other new subdivisions in various stages of development. State Highway 20, the link between Highway 169 and Highway 75, serves as the city's main arterial, connecting the Collinsville community with U.S. 75 to the west and U.S. 169 to the east. Retail customers funnel into Collinsville from the north, east, and west.
Development Assets & Concerns
The City of Collinsville has created an environment in the community that is pro-growth and pro-business. Although growth has been slow, Collinsville showed positive growth over the last decade, unlike countless other rural Oklahoma communities. Residential construction totals show an increase of 326 new residential permits in the city limits over the past five years totaling nearly $40 million in value.
Collinsville benefits from its location on Highway 169 with average daily traffic counts of more than 15,000 vehicles per day traveling to and through Collinsville making the area a regional collection point for retail shopping opportunities. The City administration and Commissioners understand the necessity for public-private partnerships to facilitate retail development and work to make the development process as streamlined as possible.
Collinsville's city administrators and Board of Commissioners have invested in major transportation, sewer, water, and recreational infrastructure to improve the overall quality of life for its citizens. Incentives are available for retailers and retail development projects, as well as industrial projects, fitting the city's timeline and identified needs.
With significant public infrastructure improvements recently completed and a U.S. Highway 169 location, the city is poised for further growth. The extension of water and sewer lines to Highway 75 has extended Collinsville's retail corridor and provided development opportunities with exceptional highway frontage and traffic counts to support the growing residential population.