Economic Development for Cheyenne and Laramie County
Focusing on Business Attraction & Retention
Propelling the Community Forward
Encouraging new capital investment in a strong, diversified economy.
Advantages of Doing Business in Cheyenne
Located at the northern end of the Rocky Mountain Front Range Urban Corridor, Cheyenne benefits from its proximity to dense population, diverse employment, and educational infrastructure. Cheyenne offers unique opportunities within a favorable tax and regulatory climate and a low cost of doing business. The nearby F.E. Warren Air Force Base provides an educated and disciplined workforce from both retired and enlisted officers. Cheyenne has invested wisely in quality of life initiatives, focusing resources on improvements such as the Greater Cheyenne Greenway, expanded parks, the downtown historic district, and educational facilities.Learn More
Business Thrives Here
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A Location of Choice
Cheyenne manages a transportation triple play with the intersection of Interstates 80 and 25, two major railroads, and Denver International Airport (DIA) just 90 minutes away.
What Cheyenne Businesses Have to Say
Magpul’s move to Wyoming has made us a better, stronger, and more agile organization. Laramie County has a robust and dedicated workforce that has helped us grow and meet the demands of our industry.”
Carey Ryerson, Vice President, Manufacturing Operations
Magpul Industries Corp.
Cheyenne came out on top on most of the individual criteria, and considering our requirements as a whole, it was by far the superior site.”
Elie Azar, Founder and CEO
White Wolf Capital LLC
We chose Cheyenne because, in addition to the availability of rail and rail-served land, we appreciate the work ethic and values present in a town the size of Cheyenne.”
Dr. Bruce Elsey, President
Precious Cat, Inc.