Just the Facts

Campbell County Top Industries

  1. Mining
  2. Construction
  3. Government
  4. Retail Trade
  5. Accommodations & Food Service  

Climate and Geography

Wyoming

  • Normal Mean Temperature: 45 degrees
  • Precipitation: 15.45
  • Average Wind Speed: 12.9 mph
  • Sunny days: 66%

Elevation

  • Wyoming Mean Elevation: 6,700 feet
  • Gillette Elevation: 4,554 feet
  • Wright Elevation: 5,121 feet

Campbell County
Campbell County averages 275 days of sunshine. The average relative humidity is quite low providing pleasant summer weather and dry winters.

  • July Average High: 83.2 F
  • January Average Low: 11 F
  • Annual Rain Fall: 15.66 inches
  • Annual Snow Fall: 56.1 inches

Crime Rate

Demographics

State Population (2014)

  • Wyoming: 584,153
  • Per Square Mile: 6
  • Total Male: 297,278
  • Total Female: 285,380
  • Median Age: 36.8

County Population (2013 Estimate)

  • Campbell County: 48,210
  • Gillette: 31,797
  • Wright: 1,807

Population by Age Group in Campbell County

  • 0-45 years old: 72.80%
  • 46-64 years old: 21.90%
  • 65 and older: 5.20%

Cost of Living

Wyoming

  • Homeownership rate: 70.8%
  • Median Household Income: $58,752
  • Median Home Price: $195,500
  • Median Rent for a Two-Bedroom Apartment: $730
  • Sales Tax: 4%
  • No state income tax

Campbell County

  • Median Household Income: $70,090
  • Median Home Price: $201,100
  • Median Rent for a Two-Bedroom Apartment: $896
  • Taxes: 5%

Unemployment Rate

  • Campbell County: 3.7%
  • Wyoming: 4.4%
  • National: 5.3%

Education

  • High School Graduate or Higher: 92.3%
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher: 24.10%
  • Pupil to Teacher Ratio in Public Schools: 12.5


Sources: National Education Association, Onboard Informatics, Western Regional Climate Center, Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Wyoming Economic Analysis Division, U.S. Census Bureau—2010 Census, U.S. Department of the Interior