A few fun facts about our home, Laramie County:
As of the 2010 Census, the population of Laramie County was 91, 738. It is the most populated county in a very sparsely populated state!
The county was named for Jacques La Ramee, a French-Canadian fur trader. In 1867, it was a county in the Dakota Territory.
Laramie County is the home of Laramie County Community College.
Towns in Laramie County include Albin, Burns, Carpenter, Cheyenne (the State Capital and county seat), Hillsdale and Pine Bluffs.
As of 2015, more than 46 thousand people were employed in Laramie County. The three biggest employment sectors are Healthcare and Educational Services, Public Administration, and Retail Trade.