City Of Laramie

City of Laramie Encourages Snow Removal
The City of Laramie would like to encourage everyone to keep the sidewalks around their property clear of snow and ice during the winter months. This is to aid in ensuring the safety of pedestrians, mail carriers, and emergency responders.
Please be neighborly and shovel your sidewalk as soon as you …
City of Laramie Offers Easy Way to Recycle Cardboard
With the holiday packages coming in droves, the city would like to remind residents how to recycle their cardboard in the most convenient way.
to fit the most into your recycling cart be sure to break down boxes by flattening and cutting them down to 2 feet x 2 feet or less in size...
Former ACSD Trustee Named on All Wyoming School Board
Karen Bienz, outgoing Albany County School District #1 trustee, has recently been named on the Wyoming Association of School Administrators (WASA) All Wyoming School Board.
Bienz was honored at a virtual ceremony in November and had been nominated successfully by Superintendent Dr...
Albany County Mask Mandate Extended
The Albany County public mask mandate which was put into effect o November 6 has been extended after a request from County Health Officer, Jean Allais, MD, until January 4, 2021.
There were several changes made to the mandate as well.
One big change to the “first continuation&CloseCurlyDoubleQuo…
Ground Breaking Ceremony for New Elementary School
Dr. Jubal C. Yennie, Superintendent of Albany County School District #1, and the Board of Education are inviting the public to attend the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the New Slade Elementary School which is taking place on December 1 at 10:30 am at the project site at 15th and Reynolds St...
Cooking Oil Disposal in Laramie
For those who may have some used cooking oil after the holiday weekend, the City of Laramie could like to remind residents to not put cooking oil in the trash, recycling, or down the drain.
All cooking oil can be recycled by pouring it into drums which are located behind the Moose Lodge or Mingles...
Laramie Resident Arrested For Strangulation
On November 24 at 8:30 pm, Laramie Police Officers were called to East Palmer Drive for a domestic dispute report.
After an investigation, Mathew R. Smith, a 41-year-old Laramie resident, was arrested and charged with Strangulation of a Household Member...
Trash Days in Laramie Moved Due to Thanksgiving
In observance of Thanksgiving, trash and recycling collection that would occur on that day have been moved to Wednesday, November 25.  Collection of trash and recycling will still occur as normal on Friday, November 27.
The landfill will also be closed on Thanksgiving day and will reopen on Frid…
City of Laramie to Move to Level 3 Of Pandemic Plan
The City of Laramie is moving to Level 3 of the Continuity of Operations Pandemic Plan due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the city and in Albany County.
Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on November 13, 2020, most City buildings will be closed to public access and walk-in customer service...
Administrative Office Closed for Veteran's Day
The City of Laramie has announced that the Administrative Offices will be closed on Veteran's Day, which is Wednesday, November 11th.
For information on office hours for Solid Waste, Recycling, and/or the Recreation Center, please visit them online at: www...

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