BROKEN ARROW, OK – The City of Broken Arrow is on the 2010 list of the "Best Places to Live," according to Money Magazine.
Broken Arrow came in at number 81 on the list.
"We are thrilled about this recognition," says Broken Arrow Mayor Mike Lester. "We know what a wonderful community we live in and it's nice to see the nation taking notice."
The magazine, which compiled its list by looking at cities with populations of 50,000-300,000, ranked the cities based on housing affordability, school quality, arts and leisure, safety, health care and diversity.
This isn't the first time Broken Arrow has made the list. It was also ranked in the top 100 in 2006.
Other Oklahoma towns to make this year's list include Edmond, which came in at number 35. Stillwater was ranked number 67, and the number 70 spot went to Norman.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota, was ranked number 1.