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The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC)
The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC)
 

 

WE HAVE WHAT IT TAKES!

Progressive Business Climate
Abundant Alternate Energy Potential
Development Land Available
No Corporate Income Tax
No Individual Income Tax
No Intangibles Tax
No Inventory Tax
Low Sales/Use Tax
Access to Interstate and Rail
International Airport Availability
Redundant Fiber Optic
Population within 45 minutes is 75K
Quality Education
Great Health Care

COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS

Small-town "FRIENDLY" atmosphere, parks, paths, fishing, hunting, golf course, recreation center, historic and dinosaur museums, historic trails and mountains.

Glenrock Wyoming Map The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC) was established in 1998 by a small group of business minded individuals who had joined together to research potential business recruitment for the Glenrock, WY area. It was then and is now the purpose of the GEDC to encourage growth in local income and employment by working with existing businesses to aid in their development and expansion, to solicit new business to locate in the area, and to monitor the economic climate of the area in support of these efforts.

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Glenrock is the perfect place to start or relocate a small business. Business owners will enjoy the support of a warm, friendly community, the benefits of a well-established tourist clientele and businesses from nearby communities like Casper, only 15 miles west on I-25, with a population of around 50,000. Annual local events, such as "Deer Creek Days" celebration help to promote local trade, and our location on the interstate route to places like Yellowstone National Park and events like Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede bring a constant stream of new visitors each year. Glenrock's own Paleontological Museum, Deer Creek Historical Museum, Recreation Complex, campground, golf course, and RV Park invite tourists to visit on their way to Wyoming's other attractions.
The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC)

Glenrock, WY, once called Deer Creek Station, began as a small mail and stage station on the Oregon Trail and served as a vital supply station for emigrants traveling westward. More than 350,000 pioneers passed through the valley where Glenrock is located and stopped at the "Rock in the Glen" west of town, giving the town its present name. The discovery of gas and oil in 1912 contributed to the area's economy. Coal mining activity during the early 1900s was important to the county's economic history. In 1958 the Dave Johnston Power Plant, one of the Rocky Mountain region's largest coal-fired steam-electric generating stations, was constructed and helped diversify and stabilize the economy of the area.

The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC)
The Glenrock Economic Development Corporation (GEDC)

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Mary Cannady, President
Glenrock Economic Development Corporation

PO Box 313
Glenrock, WY 82637
(307) 436-9432
E-mail: info@gedcwyoming.com

Kathy Patceg
Community Development Director
Town of Glenrock
307-436-9294 ext 314
kathy@gedcwyoming.com

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"To encourage growth in local income and employment by working with existing businesses to aid in their development and expansion and to solicit new businesses to locate in the area."