Choctaw Electric Cooperative in Antlers, Oklahoma. The contact information for them is as follows:
You can also visit their website at choctawelectric.net for more information.
No, the property currently does not have a designated postal address. In order to obtain an address the buyer is required to establish a physical access point, usually in the form of a driveway, on their land. This serves as a crucial identifier for emergency services, postal delivery, and utility connections. Here is a step-by-step overview of what you can expect when establishing an address:
Driveway Installation: A driveway must be constructed, and is the first physical improvement that needs to be made and can sometimes dictate the precise location of the address.
Permit Application: Upon completion of the driveway, you will apply for an address with the local municipality or county office. This often requires submitting detailed plans of the driveway, the land, and any existing or proposed structures.
Site Inspection: In many cases, a site inspection by county officials will follow to verify the installation and to ensure that the access meets emergency service requirements.
Address Assignment: The local address coordinator will assign an address based on the driveway location in relation to the addressing grid of the area.
For any assistance or detailed guidance on the driveway construction and address assignment process, please feel free to reach out anytime!
Being situated outside of the city limits of Antlers, and still in its early stages of development, every lot within the Antlers Reserve subdivision is zoned as Agricultural Land, sometimes referred to as Undeveloped or Rural Land.
At LandFix, we’re committed to helping you find the land that aligns with your vision and goals. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more information or to schedule a tour of our available properties. We look forward to working with you!