Laramie County, county in the southeastern corner of Wyoming, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 100,595 inhabitants. The county was created 155 years ago in 1867. Its county seat is "Cheyenne".
There are 6 city/town in Laramie County, WY. The largest city of Laramie County is Cheyenne with a population of 64,742. Other cities include, Ranchettes population 5,798, South Greeley population 4,217, Pine Bluffs population 1,163, Burns population 316
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Laramie County.
|Albin||Town in Laramie County, Wyoming, United States||Laramie||207|
|Burns||Town of the United States||Laramie||316|
|Cheyenne||Capital of Wyoming, United States and seat of Laramie County||Laramie||64,742|
|Pine Bluffs||Town in Laramie County, Wyoming, United States||Laramie||1,163|
|Ranchettes||Census-designated place in Laramie County, Wyoming||Laramie||5,798|
|South Greeley||Census-designated place in Laramie County, Wyoming||Laramie||4,217|