Area Code 580

Where Is Area Code 580?

Updated: June 26th 2021

Area code 580 is the area code for most of western and southern Oklahoma. Area code 580 is located in the Central Time Zone and covers 47 counties of Oklahoma. Area code 580 was put into service on November 1, 1997, and was created from a split of area code 405.

Lawton is the fifth most populous city in Oklahoma and is the county seat of Comanche County. Located in southwestern Oklahoma, Lawton’s landscape consists of prairie, few trees, and flat topography with gently rolling hills. Lawton has a humid subtropical climate and lies in Tornado Alley. Going back in history, Fort Sill was established in 1869. The federal government gained control of over 2,000,000 acres of surplus Indian land in 1901, which is when Lawton was established and designated as the Comanche County seat. Both Fort Sill and Lawton experienced major growth when the United States entered into World War I. Today Lawton has a population of 96,867 and the racial makeup of the city is 60.3% White, 21.4% African American, 12.6% Hispanic, and 2.6% Asian (2010 Census). Unfortunately Lawton’s crime rate is so high that it is among the top five most dangerous cities in Oklahoma. When it comes to the economy, Fort Sill is the largest employer in the city. Other sectors of the economy include manufacturing, health care, retail, higher education, and government. Lawton is home to Cameron University, the largest university in southwest Oklahoma. Lawton is also home to 80 parks and recreation areas and is located near three major lakes. Points of interest in the city include the Museum of the Great Plains, the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum, the Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center, the Apache Casino, and the Comanche Nation Casino.

Enid is the ninth most populous city in Oklahoma and is the county seat of Garfield County. Enid is situated at the eastern edge of the Great Plains and is 70 miles north of Oklahoma City. Enid has been nicknamed “Queen Wheat City of Oklahoma” and “Wheat Capital of Oklahoma;” the city has the third largest grain storage in the world. Enid has a humid subtropical climate, characterized by hot, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. Going back in history, settlers arrived in Enid during the opening of the Cherokee Outlet in the Land Run of 1893. During the early 20th century, Enid’s economy boomed and its population increased due to the oil, wheat, and rail industries.

Today Enid has a population of 49,379 and the racial makeup of the city is 81.6% White, 10.3% Hispanic, 3.6% African American, and 1.1% Asian (2010 Census). Unfortunately Enid is a dangerous city to reside in.

The biggest annual event in Enid is the Tri-State Music Festival, which started in 1932 and features a jazz festival, a parade, a concert, and a carnival. Points of interest in the city include the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, the Central National Bank Center, the Railroad Museum of Oklahoma, the Leonardo’s Children’s Museum, and the Simpson’s Old Time Museum.

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Ardmore is a city in Oklahoma and is the county seat of Carter County. Ardmore is located in one of the most oil-rich regions of the United States and was named after Ardmore, Pennsylvania. Going back in history, Ardmore was established in 1887 when the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway passed through the area. When one of the largest oil fields ever produced in Oklahoma was discovered in 1913, Carter County became the largest oil-producing county in the state and Ardmore became an energy center for the region. Today Ardmore has a population of 24,283 and the racial makeup of the city is 73.0% White, 11.3% African American, 3.7% Hispanic, and 1.0% Asian (2010 Census). For such a small city, the crime rate is extremely high, which makes Ardmore the most dangerous city in Oklahoma. When it comes to the economy, Ardmore is the principal hub of trade for a ten-county region of South Central Oklahoma. Points of interest in the city include the Tucker Tower Nature Center, the Greater Southwest Historical Museum, the Ardmore Regional Park, the Lake Murray State Park, and the Gold Mountain Casino.

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