The census designated place of Jelm, also known as Woods Landing, is located in Albany County in south Wyoming. Most of Jelm’s residents live on the southeastern border on the community, along Highway 10. The terrain is very mountainous, and the settled area lies in the valley between Jelm Mountain and the Rocky Mountains. Jelm Creek and the Laramie River run through the community. Nearly 100 people living in Jelm, and most of the families are middle class and educated. The cost of living in Jelm is much higher than in the rest of Wyoming, and the majority of the jobs are professional.