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- Good for FamiliesB-
- Cost of LivingA-
- Health & FitnessC
- Outdoor ActivitiesC+
Sallisaw is a town in Oklahoma with a population of 8,547. Sallisaw is in Sequoyah County. Living in Sallisaw offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families live in Sallisaw and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Sallisaw are above average.
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Sallisaw is a beautiful town located just off I-40 in eastern Oklahoma. Sallisaw is a quick commute to neighboring cities like Fort Smith and Van Buren, Arkansas. Sallisaw is a smaller city but holds the county seat of Sequoyah County. Sallisaw boasts of unique, historical, downtown buildings and a library in the midst of downtown. Our home-town restaurants are just good for your soul. Little boutique shops are spread out across the city and are a favorite among travelers. Sallisaw is located right next to the Arkansas river. We have several beautiful parks. For the thrill seekers, we are located in tornado alley. Tornadoes are a common phenomenon here. You can find the Fourteen Flags Musuem and Sequoyah's Cabin in our home-town. Sallisaw is an easy place to fall in love with. It has a comforting home feel and if you take one step into a local shop, lumber yard, or feed store, you will agree. As the Cherokees in our county would say, "osiyo", and see you in Sallisaw soon!
I grew up in Sallisaw, Oklahoma and graduated from Sallisaw High School in 1998. What i love most about the town of Sallisaw is the small town allure and welcoming atmosphere. Residents are friendly, respectful, and cordial. This makes Sallisaw a great place to settle and raise a family. The only drawback to such a small town is employment opportunities within the immediate local community. Although several retail and merchandise chains exist here, a majority of the business demographics consists of locally family or other personal small business operations such as agriculture and farming. Overall my personal experience living in Sallisaw is very good. I would highly recommend it to anyone desiring to relocate to a place where small town American hospitality is at its best.
Sallisaw is a good place to live, the cost of living is lower than in most places across America, the school systems are good, though I homeschool my own children, the neighborhoods, for the most part, are clean and inviting. The shopping is good for a small town, and Fort Smith is only a thirty (30) minute drive to the east. Muskogee and Tulsa can be reached in forty-five (45) minutes and an hour and a half, respectively. The citizens of Sallisaw are caring, yet daring. Overall, it's a good place to live and rear children.