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188 Cities found in Wyoming

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Notable People from Wyoming Notable Work/Position
Harrison Ford Actor, Academy Award nominated Best Actor
Jackson Pollock Painter, major influence in abstract expressionism
Eliza Stewart Boyd First woman in the U.S. ever selected to serve on a jury
Curtis “Curt” Gowdy Sportscaster, known as the long-time broadcast voice of the Boston Red Sox
Rulon Gardner Greco-Roman Olympic Gold Medalist wrestler
Dana Perino White House Press Secretary for G.W. Bush
Richard “Dick” Cheney 46th Vice President of the U.S. (2001-2009)
Nellie Tayloe Ross First woman sworn in as a governor of a U.S. state, only Woman to have served as governor of Wyoming
Gerald “Gerry” Spence High-profile trial lawyer, author

Searching for Someone in Wyoming

Wyoming is the least populated state in the U.S. Its population is over 570,000 people. There are over 230,000 households. The average household size was 2.5 members in 2017. Use White Pages to find people in Wyoming free. It is a fast way to find friends, relatives or check out new staff.

The predominant race in Wyoming is white, making up 83.8% of the state’s population. The average age is 37.5, with 49% of the total population female. There are over 63,000 people in Cheyenne. That is the most populated city of the state.

Labor force is 270,000 people. The average annual household income is $60,938. The most developed industries are mining and extraction (oil, coal, gas), agriculture (grains and livestock), government services, manufacturing, and tourism.


Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
Univ. of Wyoming Laramie 3,057 55.4% 95.1% Nursing, Psychology, Education
Laramie County CC Cheyenne 797 24.2% 100.0% Nursing, Health Sciences, Education
Sheridan College Sheridan 782 39.9% 100.0% Health Services, Technology


Wyoming Real Estate

Some people move to Wyoming. White Pages helps to rent or purchase the best home. So, it is possible to write down the address to find data about the owner. It is easy to know neighbors better in such a way. Just spend some time to get a perfect home.

The average home value increase is 3.5%. It was 1.6% only in 2019.The average home value is $226,300 with the median price per square foot at $171. Rent is a bit lower than the national rate and it is about $1,125. The listing price is $256,511. It is better to talk with the owner to compromise the lower price.

The most expensive property is in Cheyenne. The average home value is about $205,000.

City Avg. Home Value Avg. Household Income
Cheyenne $205,000 $54,845
Lander $191,300 $53,438
Casper $178,900 $57,511
Riverton $159,600 $51,102

Wyoming Facts

  • Official Name: Wyoming

  • Name Meaning: The name Wyoming was likely derived from a Delaware or Dakota Indian word meaning “large plains” or “big flats.”

  • Nickname: The Equality State

  • Constitution Ratified: 1890

  • Statehood: July 10, 1890 (44th State)

  • Capital: Cheyenne

  • Total Number of Counties: 23

  • Largest City: Cheyenne

  • Largest County (by population): Laramie County

  • Population (as of 2018): 577,737

  • History: many Native American tribes lived in the area before the arrival of European explorers. In spite of the fact that many Nations claimed the territory (France, Great Britain, Mexico, Spain, United States), just some of them could found colonies. According to the Treaty on Purchasing Louisiana Territory between the US and France in 1803, the part of Wyoming was included into the deal. Settlers began to found trading posts. Moreover, many people traveled through Wyoming westbound to the Oregon Trail. The population growth could increase with the building of railway road in 1860. Some people moved to Wyoming from other states. Even the migrants couldn’t make the area more habitable. There were few settlements or outposts only. The land was declared the Wyoming Territory in 1869. Wyoming became a state and the 44th to join the Union in 1890.

Fast Facts:

  • Wyoming is the 10th largest state in the US, but the least populated state in the country.

  • William “Buffalo Bill” Cody founded the city Cody in 1896.

  • The first national monument was Devils Tower. The status was given by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906.

  • Triceratops is the official state dinosaur. It was declared in 1994, a mere 65 million years after the animal roamed the state.

  • 5.6% of the area belongs to the state and over 48% of the area belongs to the federal government.

  • The University of Wyoming was launched in 1886, when Wyoming was still a territory.

  • In spite of the fact that Wyoming is a landlocked state, it has 32 islands. Most of them can be found in Jackson Lake and Yellowstone Lake.

  • The first federally protected National Forest in the country was the Shoshone National Forest. President Benjamin Harrison designated it on January, 1 1891.

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