Cities in Wyoming

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This page contains a list of cities in Wyoming, and other information about local governments.

Wyoming does not allow charter counties. There are 23 total counties in Wyoming. All 23 counties are general law counties.[1]

There are 99 total municipalities in Wyoming. Wyoming allows cities and towns to adopt charter ordinances, making each in effect similar to a charter city with Home rule powers.[2] 7 cities have exercised this home rule authority and adopted charter ordinances. They are Green River, Douglas, Powell, Cody, Jackson, Gillette, and Afton.[1]

Types of local government

Local government in Wyoming consists of:

  • 23 county governments.
  • 99 city and town governments.
  • In addition, there are 618 special districts and 55 independent school districts.[3]

Initiative process availability

See also: Laws governing local ballot measures in Wyoming

There are no local units of government in Wyoming that make the initiative process available. There is a state prescribed process for local initiative and referendum for cities with a commission form of government, but, at present, there are no such cities in Wyoming.[4]

10 most populated cities

List of Most Populated Cities in Wyoming
City[5] Population City Type Next election
Cheyenne 60,096 General law N/A
Casper 55,988 General law N/A
Laramie 31,312 General law N/A
Gillette 29,389 Charter N/A
Rock Springs 23,229 General law N/A
Sheridan 17,517 General law N/A
Green River 12,622 Charter N/A
Evanston 12,282 General law N/A
Riverton 10,867 General law N/A
Jackson 9,710 Charter N/A

Full list of cities

See also: List of Wyoming cities
A guide to local ballot initiatives
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As of the 2010 Census, there were 99 incorporated cities and towns in Wyoming. A full list of cities in Wyoming is available here.

See also

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