Casper, WY Metropolitan Statistical Area

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Map of the Casper Metropolitan Statistical Area

The Casper, WY Metropolitan Statistical Area is a United States Census Bureau defined Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) with the principal city being Casper in central State of Wyoming. The Casper Metropolitan Statistical Area is defined as Natrona County, Wyoming. Many consider the Casper Metro Area to be the economic hub of central Wyoming. The Census Bureau estimates that the population was 73,129 in 2008, ranking as the 375th most populous metropolitan area in the United States.[1]

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Places in the Casper Metropolitan Statistical Area [2]

Rank Place 2007 Population Notes
1 CaspCity of Casper 53,003
2 MillTown of Mills 2,591
3 EvanTown of Evansville 2,255
4 VistVista West 1,008 CDP
5 Bar NTown of Bar Nunn 936
6 HartHartrandt 686 CDP
7 Red BRed Butte 432
8 BoonTown of Midwest 411
9 CaspCasper Mountain 301 CDP
10 HomaHoma Hills 214
11 BrooBrookhurst 195
12 MeadMeadow Acres 179
13 BessBessemer Bend 170
14 MounMountain View 105
15 HilHiland 99 unincorporated
16 BessAntelope Hills 87 CDP
17 NatrNatrona 61 unincorporated
18 PowdPowder River 53 CDP
19 AnteAntelope Hills 87
20 AlcoAlcova 24
21 ArmiArminto 11 unincorporated

See also: U.S. Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Casper, Wyoming, Natrona County, Wyoming, the Metropolitan Areas of Wyoming, and the Laramie Mountain Range.

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Coordinates: 42°50′N 106°20′W / 42.833°N 106.333°W / 42.833; -106.333