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Wyoming: 1960 - 2050   View Data | Print Maps
The state grows slowly compared to the rest of the West. Jackson fills the land available and low-density development spreads out from a few amenity-rich areas like Cody and Sheridan.
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Wyoming: Developed Acres
  1960 1990 2020 2050
Urban/Suburban (> 2 units per acre) 11,000 20,000 21,000 27,000
Low Density Suburban (1 unit per 10 to 0.5 acres) 79,000 205,000 338,000 456,000
Exurban (1 unit per 10 to 40 acres) 217,000 499,000 989,000 1,381,000
Rural (< 1 unit per 40 acres) 26,700,000 26,283,000 25,660,000 25,143,000
Total State Acres:  62,595,540
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