Located in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming, Upton enjoys wide-open spaces with year-round, outdoor recreation and entertainment. It’s Upton’s can-do community, showcased by the work-ethic and well-educated population, innovative education system and planning for the future by local, regional, and state organizations, that makes Upton’s qualities unique. From events and local amenities to infrastructure and emergency services. Upton’s volunteers improve, maintain, and manage virtually all aspects of community development.
Upton boasts many year-round recreation opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy the region. In the middle of Black Hills National Forest and Devil’s Tower National Monument, there’s something for everybody to enjoy. Locally, residents take advantage of the Cedar Pines Golf Course, city park, city pool, as well as multiple events hosted throughout the year.
Upton is consistently working to be a leader in innovation. The Upton Economic Development Board (UEDB) is actively working to provide wide variety of opportunities for business development. In addition to consistently being named the nation’s “Most Business-Friendly Tax Climate” five years running by the Tax Foundation, Wyoming provides a variety of advantages for businesses looking to relocate or expand.
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