Grow here and now.


Laramie is “open for business” in every sense of the phrase. Whether it’s starting up, expanding or relocating, the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance has the resources and connections to help your business succeed.

One of these resources is Wyoming’s first technology-zoned business park. In 2012, the LCBA partnered with the City of Laramie and received a grant from the Wyoming Business Council to develop a large plot of land on top of Laramie’s highest ridgeline.

This plot was zoned with the growth of the tech-sector in Laramie as the highest priority. The shovel ready site has the possibility for a campus environment for an expanding company or just one building among like-minded companies for the established business.

Right now, the Cirrus Sky Technology Park has one tenant, multi-national company Underwriters Laboratories (UL).

For more history and details, call or email us.


More than shovel ready land.


Take roots in one of Wyoming’s technology zoned business park. Develop a campus-like environment for your growing firm, or build a custom building for your established business. All the while, take in views of the mountains and hire eager staff from Laramie’s highly educated workforce.



University of wyoming

Serving as Wyoming’s only university and four-year post-secondary education institution, all expertise resides in Laramie. Professors are leading globally noted research programs and teaching more than 12,000 students right here in Laramie. Business perks aside, you can catch all the collegiate sports a Division 1 school has to offer.


Pole MOUNTAIN area & Vedauwoo (vee-da-voo)

Only 20 minutes from downtown is a site known internationally by experienced climbers and hiking trails for beginners or experts, Vedauwoo boasts some of the best views and recreation in Wyoming.



Laramie has over 75 restaurants and bars with 35 of those in the our vibrant downtown. Catching a play, concert or performance can be a weekly occurrence with more than 25 live entertainment venues around town.


Hiking, fishing, camping, skiing

Laramie’s backyard is comprised of world-class recreation opportunities. In the summer, explore more than 1.5 million acres of Medicine Bow National forest, camp at one of the 46 trailheads and campgrounds or blaze your own trail along the hundreds of miles the national forest has to offer. Want to explore on wheels? There are hundreds of miles of ATV trails and mountain bike trails within an hour of town. In the winter, get another glimpse of nature on skis or a snowmobile and explore 300 square miles of powder. Hitch a ride on the ski lift and enjoy the 245 inches of annual snowfall at Snowy Range Ski Area just 45 minutes from downtown.