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69 apartments for rent in Cheyenne, WY

3516 Dillon Ave
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$895
4611 Cottage Lane
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$1,150
2522 Bent Ave
Historic Cheyenne
2 Bed
$1,350
1617 Converse Ave
Cheyenne
1 Bed
$625
219 Hobbs
Cheyenne
3 Bed
$1,495
215 Arkel Way
Cheyenne
3 Bed
$1,245
1614 E 17th St
Historic Cheyenne
2 Bed
$650
1717 House Ave
Historic Cheyenne
6 Bed
$1,600
2209 Alexander
Historic Cheyenne
2 Bed
$895
2202 Draper Rd
Cheyenne
3 Bed
$1,095
3563 Hynds Blvd
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$845
1505 Copperville Rd
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$1,095
407 S Fork Rd
Cheyenne
3 Bed
$1,095
1122 Cosgriff Ct
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$895
4504 Cottage Lane
Cheyenne
2 Bed
$1,150
207 W 17th St
Historic Cheyenne
Studio
$1,600
215 E 20th St
Historic Cheyenne
Studio
$600
1705 Hugur Ave
Historic Cheyenne
2 Bed
$650
4608 E 13th St
Grandview Park
2 Bed
$1,100
7406 Barrington Road
Cheyenne
4 Bed
$1,975
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City Guide
Cheyenne

With all that open space comes a lot of wind and some pretty cold temperatures. Winters here are cold and long. Furthermore, winter doesn’t always happen when you’d think. Snow falls as late as March and April and will have you welcoming the arid Cheyenne summers. What we’re really trying to say is: “stay on your weather-toes.”

Roaming free and living independently, or away from the hustle and bustle of a “big” city, are some of the many appealing parts of Cheyenne, but what makes believers out of the residents is the great cost of living, the lack of traffic (you can get anywhere in 10 minutes) and the absence of state income tax. That’s right, friends. Keeping your money close is just a perk of living in this Wyoming town.

Speaking of government, those moving here for work should know that government jobs are the largest part of Cheyenne’s economy. Your friends and neighbors will likely be city or state government employees and/or servicemen living or working at the local Air Force base.

But just because Cheyenne is full of hard working people doesn’t mean it lacks fun. While downtown may be full of city and government offices, it’s also the go-to spot for entertainment such as Cheyenne Frontier Days—a 10-day concert event and the nation’s largest outdoor rodeo. Yee-haw! Rest easy, Cheyenne knows how to party, partner.

Now that we have told you where to work and party, let’s talk about where to live. A typical home in Cheyenne is a three to four bedrooms on a nice-sized piece of land. There isn’t a bad area in the city and newer apartment buildings are popping up around town. The only thing that differs throughout certain parts of the city is that the more west you move, the more remote your living experience will be.

Additionally, the more west you live, the closer you are to the base. This area is filled with working professionals, active military personnel, seniors and those who own a lot of land. While you can find apartments out west, the majority of living options are single-family homes.

On the other hand, the east side of town is rapidly growing and apartments are sprouting up. There are also a few more singles, college students and young professionals in this part of Cheyenne. While it is still just a few minutes from the base, it is closer to downtown, shopping, dining and Laramie Community College.

Sure, you won’t find Madison Ave. shopping here or a downtown full of coffee shops, but there is a local way of doing things that’s entirely Cheyenne. Good luck finding your home on the range and happy hunting!