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Norman At A Glance

Move to Norman With All My Sons

Moving to Norman, Oklahoma is like moving to a community where you already feel right at home. This friendly town boasts a progressive government full of ideas and initiatives that have contributed to Norman’s status as the third largest city in Oklahoma. Your Norman and Oklahoma City movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage are proud to be a part of such a successful community.

Over 102,800 residents live within Norman’s city limits just seventeen miles south of Oklahoma City. As the seat of Cleveland County, 117-year-old Norman upholds its reputation as a center of education and an example of community cooperation for all of Oklahoma. Perhaps that’s why Money Magazine ranked Norman as the “Sixth Best Place to Live in the United States,” a title that stands as a source of pride for your movers in Norman and their fellow citizens.

Norman city officials have mastered their continuous push toward improvement while reveling in the statewide and nationwide attention Norman garners from its progress in education. The Norman Public School system is consistently ranked among the most quality-oriented public school systems in the nation. Additionally, the University of Oklahoma offers its 29,000 students many promising opportunities and is a nationally-known university. To insure Norman’s success, a downtown revitalization project is well underway. And to make sure Norman’s growth does not lead to a diminished quality of life, the Norman 2020 plan will address future population growth and possible infrastructure issues before the anticipated problems surface. This proactive approach taken by Norman’s local government is a healthy habit that has inspired much success and will continue to do so for years to come.

From forty-nine beautifully-landscaped public parks to a thriving job market in education, manufacturing, and governing agencies, Norman is the ideal community for any family or business. For more information, contact the Norman movers at All My Sons today.