Teton and Sublette: State's Costliest Counties
Cheyenne, WY – Teton County continues to be the state's most expensive place to live, but nearby Sublette County is gaining. A state report shows that in the fourth quarter of 2004, Teton County was 37% above the statewide average for day-to-day living expenses. Housing prices were 67% above average. Meanwhile cost-of-living in Sublette County, which is in the midst of an energy boom, was 15% above average. The least expensive counties in the state are Weston, Crook, Goshen, Big Horn and Washakie counties. Day to day living expenses in those counties was 13% below the statewide average at the end of last year.