Our Community

The City of Mustang is located 6 miles south of I-40 on Mustang Road, within the far southwest quadrant of Oklahoma City. Our Corporate Limits are two miles wide and 6 miles long with the center of town at the intersection of State Highway 152 and Mustang Road. (Visit Family Relocation for even more information about Mustang)




Families are drawn to Mustang because of our first class schools. Mustang students excel across the state in competitions running from academic to athletic. Mustang is the only district in Oklahoma to earn the Transitions Endorsement from North Central Accreditation. Mustang has a family oriented, safe, small town feel. The sense of community creates a secure foundation that provides an atmosphere that fuels small town pride.

Quality of life is a priority in the City of Mustang. The Wild Horse Park Sports Center and the Town Center Community Center facilities provide quality recreation opportunities, our award winning library, our senior center packed with activities classes and events focused on family pleasure and growth. These facilities emphasize our city leaders’ investment and commitment to families.


Mustang’s largest festival is our annual Western Days event. Friday night starts the festivities with Blue Grass Music and a chili cook-off. A carnival with rides runs throughout the weekend. The Mustang Round-Up Club Open Rodeo is held on the arena grounds both Friday and Saturday evenings. The Kiwanis Pancake breakfast kicks off Saturdays events, followed by the 5K and Fun Run at the high school and then our grand Parade. The Mustang car show, food & arts and crafts vendors, entertainment, and the Pet Show/Contest go on throughout the day on Saturday. The Mustang Rodeo and street dance end the festival.

Mustang is located on the historic Chisholm Trail, a cattle trail on which 10 million cattle, 1 million horses and 35 thousand cowboys traveled to drive cattle from Texas to Kansas. The cattle were shipped from Kansas to the Eastern United States to fulfill the demand for beef. Historic marks define the path of the Chisholm Trail on the western edge of Mustang.

The Mustang Kiwanis club holds a community garden and farmers market on Saturdays from 8:00am-11:00am and Wednesday's from 6:00pm-8:00pm at 470 West Hwy 152 Mustang, Oklahoma, Behind the Mustang Historical Society, West of Del Rancho, Across the street from the Mustang Fire Department on Highway 152.



The City of Mustang is a modern bedroom community that offers a safe place for you to return home to raise your family. Traditional family values are our priority.