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Edmond, Oklahoma

The University of Central Oklahoma, one of the fastest growing in the state, is a major employer. The city’s economy is centered on technology, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, and retail trade. Arcadia Lake on the east side of the city is a fishing spot for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Twin Bridges Lake is a second lake in the city.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 1.14% of the population in Edmond. The state of Oklahoma has 45,008 members, seven stakes, 57 wards, 25 branches, two missions, and one temple in Oklahoma City.

LDS History

In the late 1840s, George Miller, a former bishop who delayed going to the West, traveled from Winter Quarters to visit his son in Texas. He and two other members with him, Joseph Kilting and Richard Hewitt, found construction work available in the Cherokee Nation. They arrived in Tahlequah on July 9, 1847, and began to build houses. They also began to teach others about the Mormon faith, but antagonism forced Miller to leave in December. Hewitt and Kilting remained to work. In 1855, Orson Spencer and James McGaw visited the Indian Territory from St. Louis, Missouri, and on April 8, five more missionaries were sent from Salt Lake City, and four from St. Louis. The Indian Territory Mission was created and placed under the leadership of Miller on June 26, 1855.

Family Friendliness

Edmond has many attractions, championship golf, and nostalgic shopping areas featuring the unique and antique, all with the added pleasure of beautiful public art cavorting on almost every corner. Located on scenic Route 66, The Mother Road, Edmond places you just minutes from international attractions such as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park horse racing, the Lazy E Arena and picturesquely historic Guthrie.

Oklahoma City Temple

14 miles S of Edmond



Edmond is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area in the central part of the state. As of the 2010 census, the population was 81,405, making it the sixth largest city in the state of Oklahoma. In 2011, Edmond was #1 on CNBC’s “10 Perfect Suburbs” list. Edmond was listed as one of the “Top 100 Places to Live in 2007” by Relocate America.


The July high is around 98 degrees and the January low is 25. Edmond, OK, gets 33 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 2 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 61. On average, there are 235 sunny days per year in Edmond, OK.

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