About Yuma County
Yuma County is one of the 64 counties of the U.S. state of Colorado. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,043. The county seat is Wray.
Yuma County was formed in 1889 from a portion of Washington County. Located on the Northeastern Colorado Plains with Nebraska and Kansas at its border, Yuma County has an area of approximately 2,379 square miles. The County Seat has resided in Wray, Colorado since 1902 and as of 2005 approximately 9,789 people reside in Yuma County according to the Colorado Demography Office. The County offers moderate summers, crisp falls, cool winters and warm spring. We average 260 days of sunshine and 16.7″ of annual rainfall. Yuma County offers a wholesome quality of life with fresh, clean air in a serene agricultural setting.
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