The target that you establish guides your decision making process and your every action. The better you see your target, the more successful you will be.
Wyoming's positive business climate, low taxation and progressive attitude are powerful tools which your business can use to their advantage. Cody's reputation as a hospitality community will make you feel even more welcome.
This site will provide you a snapshot of our community on the topics we know are important to you. But this is where the discussion begins. The east half of Cody is eligible for special funding programs including the federal Opportunity Zones, New Market Tax Credits, and the Economic Development Administration in addition to our generous State programs. These programs can really accelerate project growth!
It's a simple formula - when you succeed, we succeed.
Park County is home to Northwest College, one of 7 community colleges in the Wyoming post-secondary system. The campus supports a population of approximately 1,524 students at its Powell based campus and its outreach facilities in Cody. Northwest provides 48 transfer degree programs, 18 technical degrees and 19 skill certificates.
96.9% of Park County's population has a high school diploma.
33.8% of Park County's population has a Bachelor Degree or higher (second only to Teton County in the state).
Park County: 29,762 / Median Age 43
Cody: 9,948 / Median Age 43
Labor Force: 15,697
Median Household Income: $65,778
The U.S. average for time spent traveling to work is 26.4 minutes. Here in Cody it's 11.1 minutes
Daily freight train service via Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.
Yellowstone Regional Airport has daily commercial service to Denver via United Airlines and in summer to Salt Lake City via Delta Airlines.
Average Home Price: $254,643
Average Rental: $792
Average Precipitation: 9.4 inches
Average Sunshine Days: 300
Average High/Low Temperatures (July) 83.1 / 54.1 F
Average High/Low Temperatures (January) 35.4 / 13.6 F