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Banking in the Casper Area
The city of Casper, Wyoming, is located in the Central Eastern region of the state, and serves as the county seat of Natrona County. Westward moving pioneers in the mid-1800s built a succession of forts in the area, leading to the founding of many villages and towns. These days, Casper is known as "The Oil City" for its history as an oil boomtown and its western, cowboy culture.
The region is widely recognized as one of the best places in the country to raise a family and provides a variety of banking and credit union options for the populace. The oldest active bank in the area is the Central Bank and Trust, which was established in 1890, and has been serving the community ever since.
Additionally, Hilltop National Bank, The Converse County Bank, Jonah Bank of Wyoming, Central Bank and Trust, and Wyoming Community Bank all have their headquarters in the area, as do several credit unions. Overall, the area has around 80 branches from more than 20 local and national banks, plus 11 different credit unions to satisfy any individuals' financial needs.