Site Ready Certified Sites
Choosing the right location for a facility is often one of the most important decisions businesses make, and sometimes requires quick action. Oklahoma Site Ready certification helps you meet the demand for project-ready sites and provides a competitive advantage over other properties. This can translate to economic growth and job opportunities for your community.
To earn Site Ready certification, site owners and/or community leaders must complete an application. There are eight site categories for certification, each with unique requirements. Applicants will identify key data about the site, such as site accessibility by interstates, population within a certain radius, current zoning designations, etc. An objective third party verifies the application and ensures the site meets program requirements. The application fee is $1,000 per site. The program is a one-time certification that does not require renewal.
Commerce provides site selectors with detailed, site-specific information on properties, available for purchase or lease on Locateok.com.
Information includes proximity to major transportation routes, area labor force statistics, utilities, cost of living details, and business incentives for site selectors’ consideration. Oklahoma Site Ready Certified sites are prominently displayed and highlighted throughout the website.
Site owners or communities may apply.
See the Application Guide for complete instructions and forms. Download and complete all application forms, print and organize your application in a three-ring binder and mail to:
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
ATTN: Oklahoma Site Ready Program
900 N. Stiles Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73104
For assistance with this program contact Kathy Gain at 405-815-5267 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Within Site Ready, there are eight site categories:
- Mega Park
- Aerospace Park
- Heavy Industrial Park
- Light Industrial Park
- Warehouse / Distribution Park
- Business Services Park
- Research and Development Park
- Rural Business / Commerce Park
It is the responsibility of applicants to ensure changes to their certified sites are submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
See a list of all current Oklahoma Site Ready Certified Sites.