Sand Springs OK is a suburb of Tulsa. The city is on the western end of Tulsa County with a portion moving into Osage County.
The economy of Sand Springs focuses mainly on developing small businesses around the city. Many of the commercial activities around the city can be found on the Sand Springs Expressway.
The Woodland Memorial Park Cemetery takes up a sizeable portion of land on the northern end of the city. The Canyons at Blackjack Ridge golf course can be found to the north of the city center as well.
The Sand Springs Public School District provides educational services to children around the city. Charles Page High School is in the middle part of the city. There are also four private Christian schools in the city, including the Amazing Grace Christian Academy and the Heritage Baptist School.
People in the area are served by the Sand Springs Leader, a weekly newspaper that is published on Thursdays. The Leader is owned by BH Media, a division of the Warren Buffett-owned group Berkshire Hathaway.
Sand Springs is on the shores of the Arkansas River and is direct to the west of downtown Tulsa. The Sand Springs Expressway or US Highway 412 goes through the middle part of the city and moves directly to Tulsa to the east and eventually to Enid in the west. The Osage native reservation is also directly north of Sand Springs. Keystone State Park can also be found to the west of the city, while Chandler Park is to the east.
Sand Springs OK has a population of about 20,000. The city includes a small Native American population with many of the people in the area coming from the Osage tribe. Most of the population is situated near the Arkansas River portion of the city.
Oklahoma businessman Charles Page founded Sand Springs OK in 1911 as a place for widows and orphans to live in. He built homes for children and widows and established a model community outside the area, offering free land to anyone who wanted to move there. The Children’s Home is still operational today.
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