Cody

Why move to Cody, Wyoming? With Yellowstone National Park right in the backyard, who wouldn't want to live here? The scenery that can not be found anywhere else, schools like no others, and an ever-growing economy it's no wonder why people move here. Cody was recently voted the 2nd best place to live in Wyoming. 

Do you know what that means? You should live here, too. 

 

Economy

Cody has an unemployment rate of 4.3%. The US average is 3.9%.

Cody has seen the job market decrease by -2.0% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 18.3%, which is lower than the US average of 33.5%.

$277,300

Average Market Value

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Average Asking Price

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Properties For Sale

Voting


Cody voted Republican in the last five Presidential elections.

Schools

Cody has 8 schools: 7 public schools and 1 private schools

Cody schools spend $16,201 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 12 pupils per teacher, 174 students per librarian, and 194 children per counselor.

Cody High School is part of Park County School District #6. Cody has a population of about 9,000+ people, and the school has approximately 570 students.

Population

Cody's population is 9,833 people as of 2012.

Transportation

The average one-way commute in Cody takes 17.6 minutes. That's shorter than the US average of 26.4 minutes.

Real Estate

The median home cost in Cody is $350,000. 

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