Neighbor TownsClearmont / Arvada

Clearmont lies in the southeast portion of Sheridan County, Wyoming, just 38 miles from Sheridan, the county seat and nearest large community with full amenities and a hospital.

Population: 144 (2012 projection)
Elevation: 3,917 ft.


In 1890, the Pratt & Ferris Cattle Company controlled the valley where the town of Clearmont is located. By September 28, 1892, the original town of Clearmont was platted and filed with the county. The post office was established in 1892. Clearmont is said to have derived its name from the Clear Creek that flows nearby and the view of the Bighorn Mountains in the distance. In the early 1900’s, Clearmont was a major shipping point for cattle and became a terminal point in 1914.

Clearmont Today

Today Clearmont remains a small farm and ranch community. Children may attend school in Clearmont from kindergarten through 12th grade, and families may attend one of two community churches. Community amenities include city water, sewer and garbage services, as well as a library and a park. Public safety is maintained by the Sheridan County Sheriff’s department and the local volunteer fire department.

Several small businesses in Clearmont provide basic essentials and unexpected treasures. Also, there are a few particular points of interest in the area: the Clearmont Town Jail, built in 1922 and on the National Registry of Historic Places; and the Ucross Foundation art gallery, hosting numerous art exhibitions and a unique artists-in-residence program that draws participants from all over the world.

If you have any questions about the Clearmont/Arvada area, please contact: Clearmont Town Hall (307) 758-4465

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