Sheridan County’s population is now over 30,000. The U.S. Census Bureau’s new projected estimates for July 1, 2014 shows Sheridan County’s population at 30,032 (compared to 29,116 in the official 2010 U.S. Census).
The new figure for the State of Wyoming is 584,153 – growing, but still the least populous state in the country.
Now we have the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimates for our cities and towns, as of July 1, 2014 (compared to the official counts in the 2010 U.S. Census):
Clearmont – 142 (no change from 2010)
Dayton – 794 (up from 757 in 2010)
Ranchester – 943 (up from 855 in 2010)
Sheridan – 17,916 (up from 17,444 in 2010)
The announcement also notes that Wyoming now has two cities with over 60,000 in population: Cheyenne (62,845) and Casper (60,086). Sheridan is the 6th largest city in Wyoming – after Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, and Rock Springs, in that order.
Also of interest, 68.9% of Wyoming’s population (402,627) now live in incorporated towns.
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