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Cody Population: 9,531

Total Males: 4,568
Total Females: 4,963
Median Household Income: $46,461
Total Households: 4,173

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Brief Information About Cody


Cody is a city located in the County of Park. It has a total area of about 24.8 sq. km. and is 4998 ft. above sea level. The city is named after W.F. Cody, more popularly known as Buffalo Bill. It is a part of William Cody's creation of the original town. Cody is also the County seat of Park County. The economy of the city revolves around the industries of aviation, household appliances, architectural facilities, automotive and information technology. Majority of the labor force is involved in telecom services, vehicle repairing and roofing repairmen t facilities.



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