Today, approximately 120,000 people call Norman their home. And there really is a pride in that. The city of Norman has a rich history, and they are continuing to be at the forefront today. The Norman 2020 plan is their way of preparing for the future by brining Norman swiftly into the 21st century. Part of this plan is a downtown revitalization as well as addressing the possibility of population growth. People are proud to live in Norman because of what it has to offer. You can go to museums and art galleries including the Firehouse Art Center. You can take the kids to Discovery Cove Nature Center, Andy Alligator's Fun Park or a water park to pass the day away. You can leave the kids at home and enjoy a night of gambling at a casino like the Riverwind Casino.

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Norman, Oklahoma, is located 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City. It is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. When you look at homes in Norman, you will find anything from large homes with a lot of land to apartments with minimal upkeep. You can find a home near the quaint downtown area, or look for something a little farther from Norman's heart. No matter which part of town you live in, you will notice a community pride that is almost infectious.

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