Ownerly ranked the top 25 U.S. cities that offer a lot to remote workers based on affordable housing, high-speed Internet, outdoor green space, childcare options, cost of living, safety data, restaurants and coworking spaces. Cheyenne, WY. ranked as one of the best cities to live if you are no longer tethered to a work commute. Ownerly analyzed 445 cities across the nation, and Cheyenne was ranked 7th.
- Small cities are havens for remote work. Fourteen of the top 25 cities for remote work have populations of under 100,000. Midsize cities (population of under 250,000) accounted for six of their picks, while five cities have a population of more than 250,000.
#7 Cheyenne, Wyoming
Score: 70.7 Broadband Score: 81 Green Space Access: 86%
Cheyenne was the only Western city to make the top 10 list. For a smaller city, there are many options for free Wi-Fi per capita, and it offers the most affordable restaurant prices among their top remote working towns. Cheyenne's annual Frontier Days adds fun and festivity to living in this small town. Plus with nearby Medicine Bow National Forest and Curt Gowdy State Park there are year-long activities for rock climbers, boaters, campers and fishermen. For quick getaways, both Denver and the Rocky Mountain National Park are easily accessed for more art, entertainment, pro-sports, and the list goes on and on.