Sheridan Wyoming... A place to call home!

Do you dream of living in a place where you can wake up every morning and take in a breath of crisp mountain air? A place where you can sit on your front porch in the morning, drink your coffee, and watch the sun come up over the mountains? Do you enjoy rodeos, outdoor recreation, or just a plain old fashioned horse back ride? If you answered yes to these questions, we have just the place for you!  Sheridan Wyoming -- modern hospitality with old western charm.

Quick Facts About Sheridan County
Population: Sheridan = 17,954
Sheridan County = 30,009 (Sheridan, Dayton, Ranchester, Big Horn, Story, Clearmont)

Economy: The unemployment rate in Sheridan is 4.50 percent (U.S. avg. is 5.20%). Recent job growth is Positive. Sheridan jobs have Increased by 0.85 percent.

Real Estate: The median home cost in Sheridan is $215,000. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 24.99%.

Schools: Educate your children in one of Sheridan’s Blue Ribbon Schools. Four out of the 5 elementary schools in Sheridan are ranked in the top 10 of the state! All  of Sheridan county schools are in the top 100. Sheridan public schools spend $16,121 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are approximately 16-20 students per teacher in Sheridan School District 2.

Secondary School: For secondary education Sheridan College has a robust education system with a state of the art campus. Which is extremely important to Sheridan’s economy.

As a local student there are wonderful loans and scholarships available such as the Whitney Student Loan which offers 0% on student loans! Also the Hathaway Scholarship is available to local students.


  • No State Income or Capital Gains Taxes
  • No Corporate Income Tax
  • 6% Sales Tax
  • Residential Property Tax $225,000 = $1,560 Tax
  • Commercial Bldg Tax $1M = $6,935 Annual Tax

Nearby Cities Mileage

Cheyenne 334mi
Billings, MT 124mi
Rapid City, SD 250mi
Denver, CO 442mi