About the Sheridan Real Estate Area
Demogrpahics for Sheridan Real Estate, Big Horn Real Estate, Story Real Estate, and Ranchester Real Estate
Sheridan, Wyoming Living at its Best
If you’re searching for the west at its very best, welcome to Sheridan, Wyoming. Noted for it’s warm friendly residents and impeccable natural beauty of the nearby Big Horn Mountains, one visit and you’ll be attracted to Sheridan. The affordable cost of living in Sheridan plus the traditions of the Old West make Sheridan a must relocation destination!
Sheridan, Wyoming - #1 Destination in the West
Ranked #1 by the True West Magazine in 2006 for top western towns, Sheridan, Wyoming is quickly gaining a reputation for drawing new residents and visitors alike. The same magazine also ranked Sheridan sixth in the January/February 2007 issue as a vacation destination as well as a travel stop due to its close proximity to Interstate 90 and U.S. Route 14.
Sheridan, Wyoming by the Numbers
Estimated population in July 2006: 16,429
Population of Males: 7,602 (48.1%)
Population of Females: 8,202 (51.9%)
Average family size: 2.88 individuals
Median income for a household for a family $40,106
Ethnic Distribution of Sheridan
* White Non-Hispanic (94.4%)
* Hispanic (2.6%)
* American Indian (1.6%)
* Two or more races (1.4%)
* Other race (0.8%)
Sheridan County by the Numbers
Population of Sheridan County: 27,163.
Median resident age: 39.3 years
Wyoming median age: 36.2 years
Zip code: 82801