COVID-19 LETTER FROM COMMISSIONERS
RESOLUTION NO. 2O2O-7 EMERGENCY DECLARATION
RESOLUTION 2020-9 LIMITATIONS ON ACCESS TO COURTHOUSE AND OTHER COUNTY FACILITIES
CROOK COUNTY SENIOR SERVICES COVID-19 UPDATE
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To learn about the current information of the COVID-19 updates, please click here.
2020 Weight Limits Rescinded
Crook County has rescinded the 2020 Spring Weight Restrictions on county roads as of April 1, 2020. Click HERE to see details.
There will not be a Fire Advisory Board Meeting in April, until further notice.
Fire Ban Lifted
Crook County has lifted the full burn ban completely. Please use caution when burning and call the sheriff's office to 307-283-1225 if doing so.
NOTICE FOR 2020 WESTERN STATES WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE
GRANT (WSWUI) NOW OPEN
Wyoming State Forestry Division is now accepting proposal applications for the 2020 Western States Wildland Urban Interface Grant Program (WSWUI). Offered by the Wyoming State Forestry Division in partnership with the USDA Forest Service State and Private Forestry branch, the WSWUI Grant Program offers reimbursable financial assistance for projects and emphasis on hazard fuel reduction in the WUI, information and education, assessment and planning, and monitoring through community and landowner action. Click below on the pages for more information.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
PROPOSAL APPLICATION REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS
2020 WSWUI CRITERIA AND INTRUCTIONS TO STATES/ISLAND TERRITORIES
Should anyone wish to apply for this funding opportunity, please notify Reed Oldenburg, WSFD, Senior Resource Forest-Fuels at 5500 Bishop Blvd, Cheyenne, WY 82009, office- 307-777-6137, cell - 307-630-2001 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will send out the application form. This information is also posted on the fuels mitigation webpage at https://wsfd.wyo.gov/fire-management/fuels-mitigation/grants-available.
As required by Wyoming Statute 18-3-516 (f) information on meeting dates, meeting agendas, official minutes, annual budget and other information required by law to be published in a newspaper of general circulation can also be accessed on the Crook County website.