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1 - 15 of 107 storage facilities near Oklahoma City, OK
The Storage Center - Shepherd Historic District - 3000 North Villa Avenue
Storelocal Douglas - 3600 South Douglas Boulevard
The Storage Center - Shepherd Historic District - 3000 North Villa Avenue
The Storage Center - Shepherd Historic DistrictOklahoma City OK 731073.1 miles away
ClearHome Self Storage - Reno - 3150 East Reno Avenue
Public Storage - Oklahoma City - 3401 N Bryant Ave - 3401 N Bryant Ave
Storelocal Moore - 13301 South Santa Fe Avenue
Sys Co Storage - 9208 NE 10th St
Public Storage - Oklahoma City - 8200 N Western Ave - 8200 N Western Ave
Storelocal MacArthur - 1300 South Macarthur Boulevard
Public Storage - Oklahoma City - 8706 S Shields Blvd - 8706 S Shields Blvd
Public Storage - Oklahoma City - 330 SW 104th St - 330 SW 104th St
Extra Space Storage - 7039 - Oklahoma City - Reno Ave - 839 East Reno Avenue
Red Bluff Boat & RV Storage - 5621 Northeast 122nd Street
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What to Consider Before Moving to Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City now stands as the 20th largest city in the U.S. with about 688,000 residents. It has many nicknames, including the Big Friendly, Cinderella City and the City. With an affordable cost of living, family-friendly activities, low crime rates, affordable homes and plenty of gardens and parks to enjoy, Oklahoma City is the right place for you. If you're planning to move to the city, whether as a retiree, family, single millennial, business or college student, it's important to factor in things such as work opportunities, cost of living and nearby places of interest.

Cost of Living in Oklahoma City

The cost of living in Oklahoma City is around 14% lower than the national average and 2% lower than the state average. Housing is 24% cheaper than the national average. If you're planning to rent an apartment in the city, you can expect to pay around $872 per month. If you're planning to purchase your own home, however, expect to pay around $192,020.

When it comes to necessities, such as food and clothing, they're around 10% less in the city than in the rest of the country. As for the cost of healthcare services, a doctor's checkup in the city cost around 2% less compared to the national average. At the same time, non-essentials, such as grooming services and entertainment, are 10% cheaper in the city.

Job Market in Oklahoma City

The current job market in Cinderella City is comparable to other similarly sized cities in the country. The city's current unemployment rate is around 2.7% lower than the national average. It's worth noting, however, that the median annual salary in the city is $51,868, which is less than the median annual income of $64,994 across the U.S.

The top employers in Oklahoma City include the state government, the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Integris Health, and the University of Oklahoma. Jobs are readily available across the city, especially for individuals seeking a career in healthcare, energy or aviation. There's also a demand for machinists, welders and pipefitters in the city.

Popular Neighborhoods in Oklahoma City

Here are some of the best neighborhoods to live in Oklahoma City:


Edmond has an awesome public art scene, great restaurants and plenty of green space for families to enjoy. This neighborhood also has excellent private and public schools and is home to the Oklahoma Christian University and the University of Central Oklahoma, so young people can get both K-12 education and higher education all within their hometown. Since Edmond is located outside the Oklahoma City limits, it's easy to find large houses and more spacious yards.

Crown Heights/Edgemere Heights

Situated a few minutes north of the city's downtown, Crown Heights/Edgemere Heights offers quiet streets lined with spacious Mediterranean-style houses and bungalows. Also, urban attractions of the city, such as Bricktown, Oklahoma City Zoo, Science Museum Oklahoma and Myriad Botanical Garden, are just a quick drive away.


This neighborhood has a small-town feel, but it still provides all the amenities you want, such as a variety of restaurants, grocery stores and outdoor recreation spots. Your family also has access to nearby schools, such as the Putnam City West High School, Lake Park Elementary School and Southern Nazarene University. Bethany is only 20 minutes away from downtown Oklahoma City, making it easy to commute into the city for work or weekend fun.

Use Self-Storage Units to Ease Your Move to Oklahoma City

When moving to Oklahoma City, a self-storage unit can help ease the transition. Consider exploring available units to find a storage location that best meets your unique storage needs. Many facilities offer specials and discounts with no credit card required. Browse SpareFoot to find the right self-storage rental for you in Oklahoma City.

How much do storage units cost in Oklahoma City?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inOklahoma Cityis unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in Oklahoma City that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in Oklahoma City. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Oklahoma City

Based on 610 storage units in Oklahoma City over the past 180 days.


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Average prices last updated on 02-01-2024.
Average price of storage units by size

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select Oklahoma City, Oklahoma storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$35.48$12.50
5 x 10$46.05$17.50
10 x 10$68.92$29.00
10 x 15$95.43$27.00
10 x 20$120.25$40.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma over the past 180 days is $60.99.

Data for the cheapest self-storage unit is updated every 15 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

What items can I fit in a 5 x 10 unit storage?

You can fit a variety of items into a 5 x 10 storage unit. This includes common household items such as boxes, small furniture items like chairs and end tables, and sports equipment such as bikes.

How much can you fit in a 5 x 5 storage unit?

A 5 x 5 storage unit is generally ideal to store small furniture, seasonal items, boxes, and other miscellaneous items. It can comfortably fit a small mattress set, a chair, and several storage boxes.

Is a 5 x 10 storage unit big enough for a one-bedroom apartment?

It is important to evaluate your belongings as a 5 x 10 storage unit can typically hold a onebedroom apartment's worth of items without large appliances or furniture.

Are 10 x 20 storage units available for both short-term and long-term rental?

Yes, 10 x 20 storage units are indeed available for both short-term and long-term rental periods. The cost of a 10 x 20 unit typically depends on the rental duration, with the average price across all sizes of storage unit in Oklahoma City being $60.99.

Oklahoma City Self-Storage: At A Glance

Does Oklahoma City student population affect self-storage prices?

Colleges and universities located in or nearby Oklahoma City include Oklahoma City University, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. College students often need self-storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.

How does seasonality affect Oklahoma City self-storage prices?

Storage prices in Oklahoma City tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about $19.49 monthly depending on the time of year. Oklahoma City self-storage prices are highest inJuly, and lowest in December.


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