Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership: One call unlocks it all.
Our purpose is to help make our region a place of jobs, development, innovation, and entrepreneurial energy. After six years in operation, we assist area businesses, our communities, and the people in them by serving as partner and advocate for job growth and economic development.
Tim Hight – Executive Director
Tim Hight helps grow business and communities through strategic partnerships. He is an EOC resident and has worked in economic development for over 15 years. With EOCP, he represents our region to businesses at home and abroad. He is your contact to see all sides of your project in EOC, including real estate, finance, supply chain, and business climate.
The east Oklahoma City metro has always been home to innovation. Home to Tinker Air Force Base and shared streets with Oklahoma City, we’ve enjoyed decades of growth, investment, education, and improved culture. Our people come from a wide range of backgrounds and leave their footprint in industry across Oklahoma and beyond our nation’s borders.
In 2011, we formed one regional partnership across five cities: Choctaw, Harrah, Jones, Luther and Nicoma Park. Since then, we’ve expanded our partnership to include Oklahoma City and Oklahoma County, and we’ve helped our region grow by serving as the single point of contact for business expansion and lead area economic development organization. We’ve also helped businesses grow by helping make it more attractive to do business here.
Our unique public-private partnership is one of the first five like it in Oklahoma. Our members include cities, towns, businesses, and nonprofits. With each new member, we find new ways to support the growth of our region and area businesses.
We are your business expansion partner and continue to support our six communities and business who shares our values. We are Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership, and we are stronger together.
"Finally, a group of cities working together to improve their region."
The EOCP Advantage
When you contact EOCP, you get something new and unique: a group of six communities coordinating across multiple businesses and cities for the development of something better for all of us together. We believe in our communities, and we work to improve the climate for doing business here.
When communities come together, great things happen. Our members include local business owners, national brands, city council members, local chambers of commerce, community leadership, and if you’re interested in growing your business or our community, we’ve got a place for you.