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2020 Census Population and Change from 2010

Population in fourteen out of Wyoming’s twenty-three counties decreased from 2010 to 2020, according to the newly released 2020 Census Redistricting Data from the U.S. Census Bureau. This is the first set of population data available for counties, cities, towns, American Indian Reservations, legislative districts, school districts, and statistical areas such as census tracts and census blocks. Besides total population, Hispanic origin and detailed race categories are also included.


These graphs represent the responses given on the A&I Balanced ScoreCard survey initiated on May 24 and closed June 01, 2021. We appreciate the honest and genuine feedback received and will use it to continue improving our service to our customers. We are following up on comments (when possible) individually.

Budget and Financial Data Reporting for State and Local Government Entities

The Wyoming Department of Administration & Information is collecting links to public financial information from state and local government entities. Please fill out your government entity's information here.

Designated Public Records Persons for Governmental Entities

To assist the public in obtaining public records, a List of Designated Public Records Persons for Governmental Entities is maintained by A&I according to Wyoming Statute 16-4-202(e) of the Wyoming Public Records Act.

To register as a designated public records person, please click on the following Designated Public Records Person Form. All forms and Rules are available on the A&I Public Records Page.