Including Cheyenne, Scottsbluff, Gering, Torrington, Bayard, Morrill, Pine Bluffs, Burns, Lingle, Minatare, and other towns.
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Banking in the Cheyenne Area
As the capital of Wyoming, Cheyenne is also the city with the largest population in the state and is considered part of the Front Range Urban Corridor. The Cheyenne metropolitan area is comprised of all cities within Laramie County, and includes the Nebraska towns of Scottsbluff, Mitchell, and Gering, as well Torrington and Pine Bluffs in Wyoming. Warren Air Force Base is also part of the included zone.
Cheyenne residents have no trouble finding a convenient bank branch near their home or workplace. The Cheyenne metropolitan area contains a total of more than 30 banks and 15 credit unions, resulting in 90 branches as a whole. There are nine banks with headquarters in Cheyenne and its surrounds, including Pinnacle Bank Wyoming and Platte Valley Bank. Two large national institutions, Bank of the West and US Bank, are also located in Cheyenne. One of 13 credit union headquartered in Cheyenne, Warren Federal Credit Union is also Wyoming’s largest credit union. Established in 1915, Farmers State Bank is the oldest bank that still remains active in the Cheyenne metropolitan vicinity.