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The Cities and communities of Fremont County, Wyoming *

Arapahoe, Atlantic City

Bonneville, Boulder Flats, Burris




Fort Washakie


Jeffrey City, Johnstown

Kinnear, Kotey Place

Lander (County Seat), Lost Cabin, Lysite

Miner's Delight, Moneta, Morton



Sand Draw, Shoshoni, South Pass City, St. Stephens

*This list of cities may not be complete. The list may contain towns, cities, villages, boroughs, neighborhoods, townships, ghost towns and other populated places.

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Information & Facts about Fremont County, Wyoming

Attractions & other Information - Climate - Economy - Genealogy - Geography -
Government - History - Libraries - Location - Organizations & Groups -
Other Facts & Figures - Population - Schools


Fremont County Official Website

County Courthouse
450 North Second St.
Lander, WY. 82520
General 307-332-2405

Fremont County Library System
451 No. 2nd Street
Lander, Wyoming 82520
Phone: 307-333-5194

Fremont County Fair
1010 Fairgrounds Rd
Riverton, WY 82501
Phone: 307-856-6611

The Wind River Indian Reservation
Much of the county is included in this reservation shared by the Shoshone and Arapaho Indians. This is the only Indian Reservation in the state and is headquartered in Fort Washakie.

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1890 - 2,463
1900 - 5,357
1910 - 11,822
1920 - 11,820
1930 - 10,490
1940 - 16,095
1950 - 19,580
1960 - 26,168
1970 - 28,352
1980 - 38,992
1990 - 33,662
2000 - 35,804
2010 - 40,123

Housing Units:
2000 - 15,541

Median age:
2000 - 38 years

2010 - 4 persons per square mile

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Located in west-central Wyoming

Neighboring counties include:
North - Hot Springs County
Northeast - Washakie County
East - Natrona County
Southeast - Carbon County
South - Sweetwater County
West - Sublette County
Northwest - Teton County and Park County

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Weather & Road Reports for the County

A weather page for several areas of the county

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Other Facts and Figures:

Median Household income:
2000 - $32,503

Median Family income:
2000 - $37,983

Per capita income:
2000 - $16,519

Median house value:
2000 - $85,800
2009 - $159,452

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The county was created in 1884 and, until 1890, it included what would then become Park, Big Horn and Hot Springs counties. The namesake for the county was General John Charles Fremont. He was a surveyor and helped to explore the way to the Pacific Ocean in 1842. He, along with about 20 other men, were guided by Kit Carson and their Shoshone guide, Enos. More historical information may be found on this brief history page for the County. The boundaries have not changed since 1921.

Here is a history page for Fremont County.

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Total area: 9,266 square miles
Land area: 9,182 square miles
Water area: 84 square miles

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US GenWeb page for Fremont County

Cemeteries in the county

Wind River Project
part of the WyomingGenWeb to honor the Native Americans living in the State of Wyoming, and to assist with genealogical and historical research.

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Fremont County Public Library System
451 No. 2nd Street
Lander, Wyoming 82520
Phone: 307-333-5194
Fax: 307-332-3909

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Fremont County Schools #1
Central Office Phone: 307-332-4711
serving all of Fremont County covering some 3,147 square miles

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An Economic Profile for Fremont County

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Organizations & Groups

Lander Area Chamber of Commerce
160 N. 1st
Lander, WY 82520
Toll-free: 800-433-0662

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Attractions & Other Information

Lander Jazz Festival
P.O. Box 413
Lander, WY 82520
Toll-free: 1-800-433-0662

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