Piedmont is known locally as "Planning and Working for the Future". Ease of accessibility and top ranked academic performance by the Piedmont School System makes Piedmont one of the most sought after places to live in Oklahoma. Containing over 43 square miles, Piedmont is located near the geographical center of the State of Oklahoma, in the far northeast corner of Canadian County, served by the fast growing Kilpatrick Turnpike and Northwest Highway transportation corridors of northwest Oklahoma City.
Abutting the city limits of our state capitol and the State of Oklahoma’s largest metropolitan area places the city limits of Piedmont within minutes from major employers, airports, major shopping and health centers. Located in a moderate southwest outdoor oriented climate, Piedmont has four distinct seasons, and yields an average rainfall of 31.38 inches per year. With a wide variation of building sites, the topography of Piedmont varies from wide river valleys to steep hills and canyons. River valleys may have deep topsoil or sand dunes; upland areas may have rich soil or a surface of rock or gypsum.
- Average cost of housing is $165,000-$185,000, with an average home size of 2654 square foot.
- Lot Sizes range from, 7,500 square foot Urban Professional, 1/2 acre to 5 acre-Rural Residential Estates to farms and ranches 10 acres and up
- Property tax is $94.72 per $1000 of assessed value (Piedmont has one of the lowest property tax rates in the area)
- Sales tax is 9.85% divided between the City, the State and Canadian County
- As of 2005 there were a total of 48 neighborhood areas consisting of 77 platted subdivisions within Piedmont.
- As the City continues to grow in 2006, there are 10 new subdivisions in the process of being platted.
- New subdivisions are Amber Fields Professional Medical Park, Circle V Ranch Estates, Coyoteee Springs, Eastwind Estates, Emerald Pointe, Golden Hills, Olde Towne Estates and Windmill Park.
- Fire Insurance Rating is seven (7) which is good for a volunteer fire department