Platte County

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Platte County is named for the North Platte River which flows through the county, and “platte” is the French for “flat”.


Created:  February 9, 1911
County Seat:

Wheatland 1911 – present

County Courthouse – Wheatland

Location:  800 9th Street / Walnut Street

Built:  1917 – 1918
Style:  Classical Revival
Architect:  Baerreson Brothers Architects
Contractor:  Archie Allison of Cheyenne.

 The building faces west and is a two story buff colred brick and concrete structure. The west front projects from the main building and has four large stone columns supporting a header with pediment above. The main entrance is recessed and the second story is recessed behind the columns. The roof line extends beyond d the building and has white colored trim.



N – Converse County and Niobrara County

E – Goshen County

S – Laramie County

W – Albany County and Converse County














Photos taken 2007