• Fast-Track Your Business Efforts

    Cheyenne LEADS is a private, not-for-profit economic development organization serving as the economic development entity for the City of Cheyenne and Laramie County, Wyoming.

  • Encouraging Growth

    Cheyenne LEADS is the sole owner of the Cheyenne Business Parkway and the North Range Business Park.

  • Proven Success

    A summary of LEADS success since its inception in 1986 includes more than 70 new companies recruited and 4,000 new jobs created. The annual payroll from these companies is $140 million, with a capital investment of over $256 million.

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About Cheyenne LEADS

Cheyenne LEADS is a private, not-for-profit corporation serving as the economic development entity for the City of Cheyenne and Laramie County, Wyoming. LEADS is funded by the Cheyenne business community with more than 300 corporate and individual dues-paying members, and through contracts with the City of Cheyenne, Laramie County, and the Cheyenne-Laramie County Joint Powers Board. LEADS can assist non-retail businesses in all phases of relocation or expansion in the area.

Innovative in encouraging growth, Cheyenne LEADS is the owner of the Cheyenne Business Parkway, a 900 acre business park with 200 acres still available in parcels ranging from a few acres to fifty acres, and the North Range Business Park with 620 total acres of which nearly 300 are available. Both business parks are shovel ready and enjoy immediate access to I-80.

LEADS becomes the community liaison between business and agencies within Cheyenne and Laramie County to advance undertakings needed during business development. Cheyenne LEADS prides itself in being the community link to assisting site selectors, businesses or individuals.

Latest news

Governor Mead Announces Additional $200 Million Microsoft Expansion

posted on February 17, 2015

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Matt Mead joined Cheyenne LEADS and the Wyoming Business Council announcing Microsoft Corporation will expand their ...

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Cheyenne LEADS – Building a Workforce for Tomorrow

posted on January 29, 2015

January 28, 2015 By Tony DeLisi In recent years, employers in Laramie County, Wyoming, have found it increasingly difficult to find workers ...

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Wyoming in Top 5 For Data Center Recruiting

posted on December 3, 2014

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead’s focus on growing a technology sector as a means of economic diversity is showing rapid results. Microsoft ...

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