Population of Cities in Wyoming (2017)

0
Over 1 Million
0
100,000 to 1 Million
10
10,000 to 100,000

Despite being the 9th largest by area, Wyoming has a population of just 589,713 inhabitants, making it the least populous city in the U.S., even falling behind Washington D.C. The most populous city is the capital city of Cheyenne, which has a population estimated to be over 63,000 as of 2017. There are nine other cities in the state that have populations exceeding 10,000, including Casper, Gillette, Laramie and Rock Springs.

There are 99 incorporated municipalities in the state, classified into cities and towns. These are spread across 23 counties. The smallest city in the state is Kemmerer, which is located in Lincoln County and has a population of just over 2,600. The incorporated cities and towns account for only 0.3% of the state’s area but almost 70% of the population resides within these areas.

Wyoming has 0 cities with more than a million people, 0 cities with between 100,000 and 1 million people, and 10 cities with between 10,000 and 100,000 people. The largest city in Wyoming is Cheyenne, with a population of 63,335 people.

Cheyenne

Cheyenne is not just the largest city in Wyoming but is also the most populous.

63,335

Casper

Casper is located at the foot of Casper Mountain in the Laramie Mountain Range.

60,285

Gillette

Because of this city's coal, methane gas, and oil development, it has named itself the Energy Capital of the Nation.

32,649

Laramie

Residents and tourists enjoy the outdoor recreation that Laramie has to offer, including snowmobiling, hunting and hiking.

32,158

Rock Springs

Rock Springs is big on culture, celebrating an annual International Day and Wyoming's Big Show.

23,962

Sheridan

This city is the county seat of Sheridan County.

17,873

Green River

Green River was incorporated as a city in 1868.

12,465

Evanston

Northwestern University is located in the city of Evanston.

12,133

Riverton

This city is the largest in Fremont County.

10,873

Jackson

Tourists from all over the U.S. come to Jackson for the national parks, including Yellowstone, and the city's mountain resorts.

10,523

Name 2017 Population
Cheyenne63,335
Casper60,285
Gillette32,649
Laramie32,158
Rock Springs23,962
Sheridan17,873
Green River12,465
Evanston12,133
Riverton10,873
Jackson10,523
Cody9,792
Rawlins9,040
Lander7,686
Torrington6,669
Douglas6,531
Powell6,462
Worland5,372
Buffalo4,632
Mills3,785
Wheatland3,659
Newcastle3,534
Thermopolis2,974
Evansville2,931
Bar Nunn2,820
Kemmerer2,739
Glenrock2,598
Lovell2,422
Lyman2,074
Afton1,972
Pinedale1,923
Greybull1,879
Wright1,862
Saratoga1,677
Lusk1,628
Star Valley Ranch1,548
Basin1,305
Mountain View1,294
Sundance1,272
Guernsey1,195
Pine Bluffs1,146
Upton1,109
Marbleton1,090
Moorcroft1,062
Dubois987
Ranchester940
Alpine850
Hanna814
Dayton804
Diamondville738
Cowley735
Shoshoni648
Byron617
La Barge553
Cokeville541
Big Piney531
Pine Haven519
Bear River518
Wamsutter493
Lingle462
Hudson456
La Grange455
Rolling Hills442
Encampment438
Baggs431
Sinclair413
Midwest410
Hulett409
Thayne363
Burlington341
Meeteetse326
Superior323
Burns304
Medicine Bow270
Kaycee261
Ten Sleep254
East Thermopolis248
Rock River244
Pavillion238
Fort Laramie224
Chugwater216
Edgerton201
Glendo200
Elk Mountain196
Albin190
Deaver186
Frannie163
Yoder159
Clearmont140
Granger138
Manderson117
Bairoil105
Opal100
Manville96
Dixon95
Kirby92
Hartville62
Riverside53
Van Tassell15
Lost Springs4