COVID-19 UPDATES

The health and safety of Chickasaws, employees and patrons is our main priority. As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, spreads globally and cases rise in the U.S., some Chickasaw Nation events, classes, facilities, etc., will be postponed, closed or canceled out of an abundance of caution. 

For more information regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation, please visit our information pages below. We will continue to update these pages regularly as the situation progresses. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

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Geographic Information

The Chickasaw Nation's jurisdictional territory includes 7,648 square miles of south-central Oklahoma and encompasses all or parts of 13 Oklahoma counties.

1. Grady County
2. McClain County
3. Garvin County
4. Pontotoc County
5. Stephens County
6. Carter County
7. Murray County
8. Johnston County
9. Jefferson County
10. Love County
11. Marshall County
12. Bryan County
13. Coal County

Climate

The Chickasaw Nation has a continental climate with cold winters and hot summers. Normal daily mean temperatures range from 37 degrees in January to 85 degrees in July.

The record low temperature in the state of Oklahoma was -31 degrees on February 10, 2011, and the record high temperature of 120 degrees was reached multiple times in 1936.

Dry, sunny weather generally prevails throughout the Chickasaw Nation. Average rainfall is between 35 and 50 inches. Snowfall averages about 9 inches per year.