About Rushbrooke
Welcome to Rushbrooke! Located just north of 101st Street and 129th East Avenue (or Olive Street), Rushbrooke is convenient to nearby restaurants and shopping.
In addition to gorgeous greenbelts, Rushbrooke residents enjoy their own private Pool and Outdoor Pavilion, and sidewalks throughout the neighborhood where residents and their pets take morning, mid-day, and evening walks. Rushbrooke is a community where neighbors know their neighbors, and where community-wide events provide an opportunity to build even stronger relationships.
LOCAL SCHOOLS. Rushbrooke falls in the jurisdiction of Broken Arrow Public Schools. With a neighborhood path that connects to Wolf Creek Elementary and Oliver Middle School, Rushbrooke is happy to have great schools so close to the neighborhood.
GREAT COMMUNITY. In addition to outstanding schools, Broken Arrow is a great place to live. It's the largest suburb of Tulsa, and home to a wide range of notable businesses and industries.
Widely considered to be among the safest cities in Oklahoma, Broken Arrow is one of America's best and most affordable family communities. Its residents enjoy a high quality of life as the city fosters a sense of community by sponsoring seasonal festivals and events, including Rooster Days, a local Farmers Market, and musical performances in the park. We also enjoy destination attractions in Broken Arrow's revitalized downtown, The Rose District, as well as the Performing Arts Center, Warren Theatre, Bass Pro Shops and more.
Broken Arrow has received many awards and recognition, a few of which you can read about HERE.
With easy access to the Creek Turnppike and Highway 169, residents can also take advantage of the many entertainment venues in Tulsa.