Map of Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Gangs and Hoods
Oklahoma gangs have been in the state since the 1980s and 1990s and have had a huge influence on the culture of Oklahoma City. This Oklahoma City gangs map and map of Oklahoma City hoods highlights the different urban areas and some of the many affiliations that Oklahoma’s largest city consists of.
From Bloods to Crips to Hoovers to the numerous hoods of the OKC, view an inside look inside the streets of Oklahoma City’s East Side and sections of the North Side and South Side, old hoods that are no more, and much more.
Oklahoma City Gangs Map Key: Red = Bloods | Blue = Crips | Purple = Old Hoods Demolished | Black = Unknown/Unaffiliated
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In Oklahoma City, where there are Oklahoma hoods across the city, the East Side is the largest and the heart of the Oklahoma ghetto. With affiliations of Bloods, Crips, and Hoover gangs, the East Side is made up of hoods like Pitts Park, Prince Hall, Creston Hills, Park Estates, and much more.
The North Side of the Oklahoma ghetto has hoods like the North Highland, 115th Chisolm Creek, 122nd and Penn, but is much smaller as the main hood areas are centered around Western Avenue. The West Side is mostly apartment complexes, from 23rd to Melrose Lane, west of N. Meridan and Lyrewood of Northwest Oklahoma City.
The South Side of the Oklahoma hoods is viewed as the city’s Mexican and Hispanic community. There is another section of the South Side, Southeast around SE 44th in the Oakcliff and Hartsdel neighborhoods, with Del City and Midwest City hoods, like Murder One and Panic Zone, being nearby.
Oklahoma City is not necessarily viewed as a dangerous city, but there are numerous Oklahoma gangs and a handful of Oklahoma hoods that are mostly on the East Side and South Side, but also scattered throughout the city.