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Now! We have information available to search online. This information includes taxes, ownership, legals, and values. We have building information including year built, square footage, etc., and photos and sketches if available.
You have to sign up by the fourth Monday in May of the current tax year. Make sure your mailing address is current with our office and a reminder letter is mailed after January 1. You may call our office or come in to sign the card every year.
Tax notices usually get mailed out in September, although state statutes say that they can be mailed anytime before October 10. You cannot pay your taxes early unless you are moving a mobile home or transferring title on a mobile home. There are a few options for when you can pay your taxes. The first half is due September 1 of the current tax year but not delinquent until after November 10. The second half is due March 1 of the next tax year but not delinquent until May 10. You also have the option of paying all taxes by December 31 of the current tax year without penalties.
Individuals desirous of having charges filed, or “pressing charges” against some person or entity must go through law enforcement first. If the alleged action occurred within the city, contact the Gillette Police Department. If the alleged action occurred outside the city but within the county, contact the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department. Law enforcement will conduct an investigation into the matter and if further action is required, the information will be forwarded to the County Attorney’s Office for review and consideration of charges.
The County Attorney’s Office may be able to provide you with some of the information you seek if the offender is registered in Campbell County, but you must keep in mind that much of this information is considered confidential. Information about all registered sex offenders in Campbell County as well as across Wyoming is available on the State of Wyoming’s Sex Offender Registry website through the Division of Criminal Investigation. Additional information is also available regarding sex offender registration through this website.
If you receive the title work from your dealer, the MSO(manufacture statement of origin) must be notarized or it will be rejected.Bring the following documents with you to our office:1. MSO (must be notarized by dealer selling the vehicle)2. Odometer statement completed and signed by selling dealer and buyer3. Financing paperwork if you have financed your vehicle4. Correct fees (see fee schedule) payable in cash or check only
If you receive the title work from your dealer, you will need to bring in the following documents. 1. Certificate of title signed by the seller(s) according to the law of the issuing state.2. Lien release for any liens not released on the certificate of title.3. Odometer statement completed and signed by the selling dealer and buyer (applicable only on vehicles 10 years or newer)4. VIN inspection form completed by law enforcement5. Financing paperwork if you have financed the vehicle Vin inspection form
Unless the title is a Wyoming title, you will need a VIN inspection performed by law enforcement. Contact information:Gillette Police Department (for vehicles located in the city limits) 307 682-5155Campbell County Sheriff (for vehicles located outside the city limits, but within Campbell County) 307 682-7271 VIN inspection form
1. The MSO (if brand new) that has been notarized.2. The original title (if an out of state title you must have a VIN inspection performed by the appropriate agent for that state and remit that form)3. An odometer statement completed on the title or accompanying documents, or a separate Odometer statement completed by both the seller and the buyer.4. A State of Wyoming application for certificate of title completed. You must also complete the Branded Title/Salvage Disclosure section. The application must be signed and notarized.
5. A Factory Price for your vehicle. Please contact our office with your Vehicle Identification Number and Year, Make, and Trim level so we can quote you your vehicle’s Factory Price.6. Correct fees (see fee schedule)
For vehicles located in Campbell County: • A vehicle identification number inspection is done by a Wyoming dealer if the vehicle was in the dealership’s inventory or by law enforcement if purchased from an out of state dealer or individual. Law Enforcement Officers will have the form necessary to complete the inspection. o Gillette Police Department – 682-5155 (for vehicles located in the city limits) o Campbell County Sheriff’s Department – 682-7271(for vehicles located in Campbell County) For vehicles located out of state: •Contact law enforcement for that location •If on a military base, contact a commissioned officer •Some states have designated inspection departments
Duplicate certificates of title are issued in the county that originally issued the title. Effective July 1, 2018, there is no waiting period to obtain a duplicate title - Wyoming State Statutes 31-2-105 & 31-2-505. You will need to complete the Application for Duplicate Title. All owners must sign the Application for Duplicate Title and have their signatures notarized. If there are any outstanding (unreleased) liens, you need to submit a lien release statement or letter from your lender. Fee: $15.00
If your out of state registration has expired, you will need to re-title your vehicle. The following documents are required:
1. The original certificate of title2. Your expired registration3. A VIN inspection performed by law enforcement4. $25.00If your lender is holding the certificate of title, you will need to complete a Lien Holder Title Request by Owner (found in forms) and submit it to our office. We will contact your lien holder and request your title to be sent here.
Upon receipt of your title we will contact you to bring in the following documents:
1. A VIN inspection performed by law enforcement2. Your expired vehicle registration3. Your loan papers. (Security Agreement or Financing Statement)4. $45.00
Vin inspection form
Effective January 1, 2010, all watercraft must be titled. If you owned a boat prior to then and want to title it, you will need the following: 1. A HIN inspection performed by law enforcement. A Valid HIN is 12 digits long. If your HIN is valid go to step 2. If you do not have a valid HIN, contact WY G&F at 307-777-4686 and follow the instructions you receive. To register your watercraft visit The Wyoming Game and Fish Website: 2. Your WY G & F boat registration 3. Affidavit of Ownership 4. Correct fees (see fee schedule in forms)
Visit The Wyoming Game and Fish Website:
You will need the following documents: 1. The certificate of title properly endorsed (notarized if required) 2. A Vin inspection if the title is not a Wyoming title. 3. Correct fees (see fee schedule in forms)
If the seller does not have a title, please contact our office for assistance.
The State of Wyoming Department of Transportation assigns vehicle identification numbers for homemade trailers, rebuilt vehicles, and vehicles that have more than one VIN.
A Multi-Purpose Vehicle is a vehicle that: 1. Is designed to travel on at least four(4) wheels in contact with the ground. 2. Has an empty weight of at least 300 pounds but less than 3000 pounds. 3. Has a permanent upright seat or saddle for the driver which is mounted at least 24 inches from the ground. 4.Has a vehicle identification number. To title an MPV purchased new from a dealer, you will need: 1. The MSO signed by the dealer with his/her signature notarized. 2. An Odometer statement completed if the unit is equipped with an odometer. 3. An MPV Checklist To title a previously owned MPV with a Wyoming Certificate of Title, you will need: 1. The Wyoming title properly signed by the seller(s) with all signatures notarized. 2. An Odometer statement completed if the unit is equipped with an odometer. (Not required if the model year of the vehicle is over 10 years old.) 3. An MPV Checklist 4. $15.00 fee To title a previously owned MPV with an out of state title you will need: 1. The out of state title properly endorsed. 2. An Odometer statement completed if the unit is equipped with an odometer. (Not required if the model year of the vehicle is more than 10 years old). 3. An MPV Checklist 4. A VIN inspection performed by law enforcement. 5. $25.00 To title an MPV that has no certificate of title, please contact our office for assistance.
To sell your vehicle you will need to provide your buyer with the following:1. The original certificate of title with the owner(s) signature(s) properly notarized.The law changed January 1, 2020 regarding the signature(s) of the seller(s). If the title is held in 2 names with no conjunction or the word or, only one owner needs to sign as seller. If the title is held in 2 names or more with the conjunction and/&, and/or, &/or all owners must sign. If JTWROS or Tenants by the Entirety is on the title, all owners must sign regardless of a conjunction or not. 2.The odometer disclosure on the title must be completed (not required if the model year of the vehicle is more than 10 years old).3. A lien release if there are any unreleased liens on your certificate of title.
Information and forms can be found at:
If the motor vehicle is 10 years old or newer an odometer statement must be completed.
Forms and information are at this link
•Forensic photo documentation
•Meeting with immediate family
•Notification of death to legal next of kin
•Presiding at autopsies
•Taking and gathering reports
•Transportation of victims assuring chain of evidence security
The coroner also collaborates with:•Fire and rescue departments
•Law enforcement agencies
•Blunt trauma (blows)
•Carbon monoxide poisoning
•Cutting or stabbing
•Drug overdose, poison ingestion
•Fractures of bones
The coroner is also responsible for investigating the following:•A maternal or fetal death due to abortion, sex crime, or a crime against nature
•A suspicious, obscure, or mysterious death
•A death where addiction to alcohol or drugs may have been a contributing cause
•A natural death where the decedent was not attended by a licensed physician
•Deaths occurring in any jail or other correctional institution
•Sudden or violent death, whether apparently suicide, homicide, or accidental
An autopsy is performed by a licensed forensic pathologist. Autopsies are performed here at the Campbell County Morgue.
The Coroner’s Office never issues the death certificate. A death certificate can be obtained by contacting your funeral home of by requesting one from Wyoming Vital Records.
Circuit Court is County Court, located on the top floor of the Court House, 307-682-2190.
District Court, or Juvenile Court, is a State Court, and is also found on the top floor of the Court House, 307-686-8517
The North Landfill is located about 11 miles north of Gillette on Highway 59 the the Basin Electric Dry Fork Station Power Plant. From the intersection of Skyline Drive (Highway 50) and 2nd Street (near Tower's West Lodge and the Shell Station), go north about 7 miles to the junction of Highway 59 and 14-16 West (past Eagle Butte Mine and near the Rawhide School, turn right, and go another 4 miles to North Landfill Road on the left. Watch for signs.
You can pay for your garbage several ways, including a personal check, credit card or cash.
North Landfill hours will be Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Note that we will not accept commercial loads after 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and after 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. South Landfill and CARE facility hours will be Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. South Landfill will be closed Saturday and Sunday.
The process is simple for residential customers receiving a fee-waived dump:
The landfill does accept yard waste for a fee. However, you can dump your yard waste for free at the City of Gillette Waste Water Plant on Garner Lake Road. For more information call 307-686-5274.
The landfill is not currently taking PCS.
Hours at Campbell County Public Library in Gillette are:
Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pmFriday-Saturday: 9am-5pmSunday (September-May): 1pm-5pm
Hours at Wright Branch Library are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 10am-8pmWednesday, Friday: 10am-5pmSaturday: 10am-2pmFor more information, email the library staff.
Toddler Time is on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 9:30am and is geared for children 18 months-3 years old.Storytime is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 10:30am and is intended for children 3-6 years old.At WBL:
Storytime is Wednesday at 11am and is intended for children 3-6 years old.Tiny Tots is Thursday at 9:30am and is geared for children 18 months-3 years old.
The first library card is free to Campbell County residents. Out-of-county cards are $3 and out-of-state cards are $5.Your Campbell County library card may be used at any library in the State of Wyoming, when using other county libraries you must follow that library’s circulation policies.
Get more information on getting a library card, or email the library staff.
Follow these steps:
You may also use the WYLDcat mobile app for Android or iOS. WYLDcat Mobile can be found by searching WYLDcat, Wyoming Libraries, or WYLD in your app store.
WYLDcat Mobile Features
If you have any trouble, email the library staff.
Absolutely! Please have your library card handy, then call the library at 307-682-3223 (Gillette) or 307-464-0500 (Wright).
Yes! Simply give your e-mail address to any staff member at the Circulation Desk. For more information, email the library staff.
Yes! Both the Gillette and Wright libraries offer wireless access.
The library provides and maintains this wireless network as a public service. You are responsible for knowing how to configure your equipment. Library staff cannot assist in setting up portable computers or other wireless devices to work with the wireless network and no guarantee is made that you will be able to make a wireless connection.
We have tried to make wireless access as available as possible in our libraries, but you may encounter some dead spots in the library where wireless reception may be limited. If you have trouble accessing the Internet or staying online please move to a different location within the library. Access to the wireless network is on a first-come first-served basis. During high-use periods, access may be slow or unavailable. The wireless Internet access we offer is filtered.
For more information, email the library staff.
Yes! The use of these rooms is free, for nonprofit purposes. For additional information please view the Meeting Room Use Policy for the Gillette or Wright library, or contact the library at 307-687-0009 in Gillette or 307-464-0500 in Wright.
The Gillette library has three meeting rooms.
Wright Branch has one meeting room.
We have computers available in various departments for public use. They offer Internet access and the Microsoft Office Suite featuring Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word. You are limited to the programs and equipment provided by the library. All computers have printers available, the charge is $0.10 per page for black and white printouts, and $0.50 per page for color printouts. Public computers may be reserved in person or by phone up to one day in advance. For more information, email the library staff.
2021The Campbell County Public Library Used Book Sale is September 15-19 during regular library hours.The Wright Branch Library Used Book Sale is August 2-13 during regular library hours.
We would love to have you as a volunteer at the library! You can fill our our online application or pick up a Volunteer application at the Circulation Desk of either library. After completion, turn it in at either library. The Extension Services Manager will call you and set up an interview to explain the program and where you fit in for service. For more information, call the Extension Services Manager at 307.687.9210.
Gifts of books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, and books-on-CD are welcome under the following guidelines:
All donated items become property of The Friends of the Library.
We have materials for all ages including:
For more information, email the library staff.
The Android app only shows items that are compatible on your device. Therefore, WMA files will not show up. Kindle files still display as users can install the Kindle app. For more information, email the library staff.
The Children’s Department offers a wide variety of programs year round.
Yes, K-6th grade children may be dropped off for school-age programs, and picked up upon completion. Children 4th grade and up may “hang out” unattended in the Children’s Department.
Yes, there are computers your child may use to access the internet and to game. Parents may use the internet computers when their children are present.
There are also Early Literacy Stations which offer a safe, fun, and educational environment for young learners.
There is also free public Wi-Fi.
Yes, food and drinks are allowed in the Children’s Department per staff discretion. Food and drinks must be in covered containers and you must clean up after yourself when finished.
Library cards are issued to Campbell County residents with proof of current, local address and photo ID. If these are both on a Driver's License, this is acceptable.
The first library card is free of charge to county residents. A parent/guardian signature is required for children under 18 to obtain a card with normal borrowing privileges.
Teens ages 14-17 may obtain a special limited card without a parent/guardian signature. If a photo ID is not available, and valid contact and identification information can be verified, the teen may still obtain a limited card.
With a regular card, patrons may check out 35 items total. There is a limit of 15 DVDs per card. The check-out times are as follows:
If the item you want is not available, you have several options. You may place the item on hold, request it through inter-library loan, or fill out a purchase request. A staff member will be able to help you with any of these options.
Yes! Digital downloads are available through the Libby by OverDrive app. You can also download the WYLDCat mobile app to manage your account on-the-go! You may also sign-up your child for an e-card. This card may be used to check out e-books and e-audiobooks and will accrue no fines.
Yes, the Children’s Department has materials and resources available to help with your child’s homework needs. You may ask a staff member or visit “Services/Childrens” for resources and additional information.
You can give us a call at 307.687.9225.
E-Books are digital, onscreen versions of published books. They are downloadable to devices like smartphones, computers, laptops and e-readers.
There are several benefits to downloading e-books:
The library works with Overdrive to provide free digital and downloadable content to library card holders. These companies license the items to us for you to use. The Virtual Library of Wyoming is available to all library card holders in the state. For more information, email the library staff.
Please email the library if you have any other questions.
The Teen Room offers a wide variety of programs year round.
The Teen Room offers a wide variety of technology for teens to use year round.
Yes, there are computers your teen may use to access the internet and to game. We also have homework computers in the Lab. The homework computers have no time limit so teens are able to spend as much time as needed on homework. There is also free public Wi-Fi.
Yes, food and drinks are allowed in the Teen Room per staff discretion. Food and drinks must be in covered containers and you must clean up after yourself when finished.
Teens ages 14-17 may obtain a special limited card without a parent'/guardian signature. If a photo ID is not available, and valid contact and identification information can be verified, the teen may still obtain a limited card.
Yes! Digital downloads are available through the Libby by OverDrive app. You can also download the WYLDCat mobile app to manage your account on-the-go! You may also signup your teen for an e-card. This card may be used to check out e-books and e-audiobooks and will accrue no fines.
Yes, the Teen Room has materials and resources available to help with your teen’s homework needs. You may ask a staff member or visit “Services/Teens” for resources and additional information.
You can give us a call at 307.687.9227.
Campbell County Public Health provides Typhoid, Yellow Fever, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, injectable Polio, Tdap, MMR, and Varicella for persons traveling outside of the United States. There is a cost associated with these vaccines . It is necessary to schedule an appointment prior to getting travel vaccines. For an appointment or more information please call 307-682-7275. You may also visit CDCs Traveler's Health website at http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/ for further information regarding required and recommended vaccines when traveling.
#1 Pete plastic (water, soda and energy drink bottles)
#2 HDPE colored (detergent, shampoo and lotion bottles
#2 HDPE natural (milk jugs and water containers
Aluminum (soda and beer cans)
Tin cans (soup, vegetable and tuna cans)
Clean cardboard (corrugated and paste board)
Mixed paper (phone books, catalogs, junk mail, envelopes and magazines)
The primary reason for right of way mowing is to aid in keeping the roads clear and prevent drifting in the upcoming winter months. Right of way mowing is ongoing from April or May through November and depends heavily on weather. Tractors will be out and about but we do have over 2,000 lane miles of mowing to get done. Your patience is appreciated.
All requests for photographic or digital reproductions are governed by the following conditions:
1. Permission is granted for ONE TIME NON-EXCLUSIVE USE ONLY. Photographic material may not be reused without written permission of the Campbell County Rockpile Museum (CCRM).
2. Items may be used for personal use only. Items reproduced for commercial purposes and/or publication must fill out a Permission to Publish Contract and may be subject to commercial use fees. A credit line is required and must be included with use of CCRM’s photos. It must state “Campbell County Rockpile Museum.”
3. CCRM reserves the right to limit the number of reproductions and may institute special fees for large orders or for items requiring special handling.
4. Copies, scans, or prints of the photographs used from these collections may not be deposited or placed on file in any repository without the express written permission of CCRM.
5. The paper copies, prints, or scans of photographs provided under the terms of this contract may not be used to produce additional paper copies or photographic prints.
6. Manipulation that alters the photograph in any way is not allowed. This includes, but is not limited to, cropping, colonization, overprinting, or altered digitization of the photograph.
7. If the terms of this contract are violated by the user, future requests of use of photographic images from the collections of CCRM may be refused. CCRM may also seek prosecution of the violator.
Because of the nature of clinker, the surrounding softer sediments erode more quickly and the clinker remains. The cones are what are left from the surface eroding into the gullies. The shape of the hills is related to how the coal burns in the subsurface, most natural coal fires can burn a few hundred feet back behind the outcrop and provided the correct conditions one area will burn hotter than adjacent areas.
Payment online is NOT available at this time.
A person can operate on notarized bill of sale for 60 days if the title is being held by a bank or other financial institution and the title is not available at the time the vehicle is delivered. A person can operate on notarized title when ownership transfers and the title is not held by a bank or other financial institution. The title is to be dated and delivered to the transferee at the time of delivering the vehicle. The transferee has 45 days to operate on a properly executed title.
If you have home/garden insects, the Extension Office is a great resource.
If you have home/garden weeds, local retailer's herbicides should work for these species.
If you have home/garden weeds, local retailer’s herbicides should work for these species