Where Business Thrives
At the northern end of the Rocky Mountain Front Range Urban Corridor, Cheyenne benefits from its position as the capital of Wyoming as well as its proximity to the Front Range cities of Colorado with their dense populations, diverse employment and educational infrastructure. At the same time, Cheyenne enjoys a favorable tax and regulatory climate, low cost-of-doing business, and world-class communications.
Cheyenne is also the home to FE Warren Air Force Base. Warren Air Force Base is a terrific source of an educated and disciplined workforce made up of current and retired military enlisted and officers. Wyoming is a right-to-work state with employer-friendly labor rates and laws.
Cheyenne has invested wisely and generously in quality of life initiatives. Without the major urban reconstruction and remediation costs of larger cities, Cheyenne is able to focus its resources on improvements for the future: a $1.46 million expansion to the Greater Cheyenne Greenway, expanded parks, downtown historic districts, and new schools and community college facilities.
Cheyenne is a location of choice partly because of where it is — near the geographical and time center of the North American continent. Cheyenne manages a transportation triple play with the intersection of Interstates 80 and 25, two major railroads and the air corridor of the ultra-modern Denver International Airport (DIA). Six flights a day connect Cheyenne to DIA through Great Lakes Airlines. Great Lakes connects with United Airlines and Frontier Airlines, to connect people to airports around the world.