14 Essential Wyoming Communities That Never Made It As Towns
A census-designated place is a concentration of people who live in an area outside the boundaries of a town. It’s a population created by the United States Census Bureau for statistical purposes only. Just because census-designated places haven’t earned the title of a town doesn’t mean that they are any less important to the state. Here are 14 essential Wyoming communities that never made it as towns.
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Can you think of any other census-designed places in Wyoming?
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