JOHNSON COUNTY IS THE PERFECT PLACE FOR YOUR BUSINESS TO BE HERD & SCENE.
Johnson County’s prime location is ideal for commerce. Buffalo is located at the intersection of I-90 and I-25, meaning your supplies will easily come to you and your goods will get where they need to go. Likewise, Johnson County is neatly situated between Wyoming’s portion of Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills of South Dakota, which creates strong seasonal tourism-based business opportunities. Plus we know that happy employees do better business, and our high quality-of-life and affordable living make it easy to attract and retain talented workers.
The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and the Kaycee Chamber of Commerce work together to promote a healthy business climate for Johnson County. In addition to their work supporting local businesses, both chambers run high-quality events and offer community support that gets visitors in to town and dollars in to local businesses.
Visit Johnson County’s economic development organization—JOCO First—for data about the Johnson County area, information about starting or relocating a business to Johnson County, selecting a site, and available commerce incentives.
Looking for a space to hold your conference or convention? Try the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo, Wyoming. The Bomber Mountain Civic Center is the perfect venue for your event. The main space of the facility accommodates 950+ people. The center also offers a smaller meeting space for 250 people, six classrooms, and a full kitchen. Bomber Mountain Civic Center is only blocks away from parks, shopping, and the restaurants of downtown Buffalo. We’re sure they won’t miss you at the meeting if you step out for a bit.
Johnson County offers a low-risk, high-reward environment to budding entrepreneurs and startup companies. Our reasonable cost of living plus quality available space means that you can invest more of your time and money into your business. And don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with abundant recreation opportunities when you just need to get some life in your lungs.