Torrington

Torrington is the Goshen County seat. It’s a small town with a lot to offer. It hosts a diverse range of exciting annual events, from craft fairs to rodeos. It caters to arts aficionados and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

The town hosts an amalgam of industries. Its rich agricultural roots remain strong but continue to evolve to include new crops, such as wine grapes. An industrial park and local community college contribute to Torrington’s future development.

City of Torrington
307-532-5666
Website

Goshen Enterprise Center

Goshen Enterprise Center

Entrepreneurs need a strong support network to help them transform business concepts into a reality and to be able to sustain and expand new enterprises. The Goshen Enterprise Center supports the emergence and sustainability of small companies through business resources and services offered by a network of contacts. The center provides office and meeting space, and administrative support.

Space Available

The Goshen Enterprise Center features four office suites to rent for 6 months to 3 years. See the Fee Schedule, Floor Plans, Tenant Application (below).

In addition, we’ve established the E-Club to encourage the use of our meeting rooms and common workspace to meet the varying needs of entrepreneurs. Membership includes the use of flexible workspace, meeting rooms, 10 hours of technical assistance and many other benefits.

 

Lincoln Community ComplexLincoln Community Complex

The newly renovated elementary school has been repurposed into the Lincoln Community Complex which now houses municipal offices for the city of Torrington. This facility also provides additional classrooms for the University of Wyoming, a community food bank, and both child and adult day care for the community.

The Lincoln Community Complex project included: a remodel of the original kitchen, multipurpose room, and gymnasium, and new 911 call center/Police dispatch center with both electrical and mechanical redundant emergency backup systems. The City’s operating costs for the renovated facility will be greatly reduced due to an entirely new high efficiency mechanical and electrical system, and a complete overhaul of the exterior walls and windows to increase the thermal efficiency of the building shell.The Lincoln Community Complex project included: a remodel of the original kitchen, multipurpose room, and gymnasium, and new 911 call center/Police dispatch center with both electrical and mechanical redundant emergency backup systems. The City's operating costs for the renovated facility will be greatly reduced due to an entirely new high efficiency mechanical and electrical system, and a complete overhaul of the exterior walls and windows to increase the thermal efficiency of the building shell. By renovating an existing, unoccupied building, the City of Torrington was able to meet their new facility needs and provide valuable space for community programs for substantial savings in both time and money to local taxpayers.

Call the City of Torrington to book your next event at the Lincoln Center. 307-532-5666

Project Details

  • Location: Torrington, Wyoming 
  • Size: 40,000 SF Renovation 
  • Type: Corporate Campus 
  • Method: Construction Manager

Demographics

Total Population

6,689

Households

2,547

Median Age

44

Population Growth Rate

0%

Source:

ESRI, 2017-11-19

Housing

Total Housing Units

2,753

Owner Occupied

1,680

Renter Occupied

867

Vacant

206

Median Home Value

$158,907


Average Home Value

$176,400

Source:

ESRI, 2017-11-19

Income

Median Household

2017

$46,257

2022

$48,600

Average Household

2017

$62,007

2022

$69,437

Per Capita

2017

$28,581

2022

$31,394

Cost of living

95.40

of US average
Source:

ESRI, 2017-11-19

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Commute

Average Commute Time

0 min.

Drive Alone

2,569

Carpooled

235

Public

29

Work At Home

73

Source:

ESRI, 2017-11-19

Workforce

Workers 16+

3,024

Graduates

High School

1,073

Associates

556

Bachelor's

723

Graduate

520

Total Employed

3,589

Total Businesses

366

AG/Forestry/
Fish/Hunting

Businesses

1

Employed

2

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

2

Employed

15

Construction

Businesses

16

Employed

63

Manufacturing

Businesses

5

Employed

135

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

14

Employed

100

Source:

ESRI, 2017-11-19