Question: What Is The Largest City In Wyoming?

According to worldatlas.com

Cheyenne

Casper

Laramie

Gillette

Rock Springs

What is the second largest city in Wyoming?

The Five Biggest Cities in Wyoming

  • Cheyenne. Cheyenne is Wyoming’s capital city and serves as the county seat of Laramie County.
  • Casper. With a population of 55,316, Casper is the second most populous city in Wyoming.
  • Laramie. Wyoming’s third most populated city, Laramie, has a population of 30,816.
  • Gillette.
  • Rock Springs.

What is the best place to live in Wyoming?

Best Places to Live in Wyoming

  1. Cheyenne. Located in Laramie County, Cheyenne is the state capital and has a bustling city life as well as a rich cultural heritage.
  2. Buffalo. With around 4,595 residents, this location is ideal for people who have had enough of big-city life.
  3. Evanston.
  4. Gillette.
  5. Rock Springs.
  6. Lander.
  7. Green River.

What is the main city in Wyoming?

Cheyenne

How many cities does Wyoming have?

According to the 2010 United States Census, Wyoming is the least populous state with 563,767 inhabitants but the 9th largest by land area spanning 97,093.14 square miles (251,470.1 km2) of land. Wyoming has 23 counties and 99 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities and towns.

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