• News
  • Events
  • How Do I?
  • 2020 Parks & Recreation Fall Activity Guide
    Packed with activities, information, directions and contacts, the 2020 Fall Activities Guide is a handy resource for everything going on in Parks & Recreation for the season.
  • New Businesses
    Please join us in welcoming the following nine businesses to Rock Springs! Give them a call, shoot them an email, or check out their website.

Great family fun tonight - FAMILY GOLF NIGHT at White Mountain Golf Course! These nights will be held tonight (Sept. 21st) and September 28 starting at 4 pm on the Lakes Course.

Children 17 and under are free with a paying adult. Play in a
foursome, fivesome or sixsome, depending on your family size! Enjoy the course while the weather is cooperating!
... See moreSee less

Great family fun tonight - FAMILY GOLF NIGHT at White Mountain Golf Course!  These nights will be held tonight (Sept. 21st) and September 28 starting at 4 pm on the Lakes Course.  

Children 17 and under are free with a paying adult.  Play in a
foursome, fivesome or sixsome, depending on your family size!  Enjoy the course while the weather is cooperating!

Governor Orders Flags be Flown at Half-Staff Statewide Immediately for the Death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Mark Gordon, pursuant to a directive from the White House reflecting the U.S. Flag Code, has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately on Friday, September 18, 2020, for the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The flags will remain at half-staff until the day of internment. Once that date has been established, the Governor's office will send out another notification to advise when the flags will be returned to full-staff.
... See moreSee less

Governor Orders Flags be Flown at Half-Staff Statewide Immediately for the Death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Mark Gordon, pursuant to a directive from the White House reflecting the U.S. Flag Code, has ordered both the U.S. and State of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide immediately on Friday, September 18, 2020, for the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The flags will remain at half-staff until the day of internment. Once that date has been established, the Governors office will send out another notification to advise when the flags will be returned to full-staff.

 

Comment on Facebook

I hope this Half Staff is for the 30 Million innocent babies she helped murder with her pro abortion ( pro murder) laws , she was a wicked woman. This is a Win for the Supreme Court , now we need a good God fearing Conservative to take her place. I hope she got right with God before her death.

City of Rock Springs Fire DepartmentRock Springs Fire Department's Wildland Engine-463 is currently joining the efforts to control the historic fires in Oregon. On Saturday morning, September 12, E-463 left for the State of Oregon with an Engine Strike Team composed of resources from Campbell County, Teton County, Fremont County, the Wyoming State Forestry Division, Colton South Dakota Volunteer Fire Department and the Kansas State Forestry Division. The Strike Team deployed with 27 Firefighters, seven wildland engines, and three support vehicles and Strike Team Leaders from Sublette County Unified Fire and the Wyoming State Forestry Division. E-463 has a composite crew with two Rock Springs Firefighters – Engine Boss Bryant and Engine Boss Trainee Floyd, and one Sweetwater County Firefighter – Firefighter Meduna.
In a press release, Wyoming State Forester Bill Crapser commented that 'No single State or agency has all the resources needed to deal with fires of this magnitude. Wyoming has received lots of resources over the years from other States and are glad that we are able to send support to them when needed.'
The Wyoming Strike Team is currently assigned to the Echo Mountain Complex Fire approximately 4 miles from Lincoln City Oregon. The Echo Mountain Complex Fire is burning in heavy timber, brush and grass and has consumed 100 structures so far; it is 45% contained. The Strike Team will be on assignment for approximately 18 days to help Oregon fight the numerous fires across that State.
###
... See moreSee less

 

Comment on Facebook

God speed be safe 🙏🏻

At the September 15th City Council meeting, Mayor Kaumo and Council heard a presentation from Sweetwater County Prevention about suicide in Sweetwater County. The slideshow, complete with a resource listing, is available here - towncloud-core-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/rock-springs-wy/meetings/item_attachment/attachment/....

They encourage anyone who is struggling to call the suicide hotline at 1-800-273-TALK.

Downtown Rock Springs received the 2020 Main Street accreditation from Wyoming Street. Great work is being done by the Urban Renewal Agency to improve the downtown area.

Last, Chief Wamsley presented a resolution on behalf of the Missouri Valley Division of the International Association of Fire Chiefs in appreciation of Law Enforcement. We thank all of our public safety employees and partners for their service to our community.

City Council meeting part 1 - www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeOsQw5jaXE&list=PLuEbKOZBdOaNs2ctK24jlMaH0EqdCjAIi&index=20&t=0s

City Council meeting part 2- www.youtube.com/watch?v=VG5IFNRbNkw&

list=PLuEbKOZBdOaNs2ctK24jlMaH0EqdCjAIi&index=19&t=13syoutube.com
... See moreSee less

Video image

 

Comment on Facebook

Welcome to Rock Springs Wyoming

Welcome to Rock Springs...a diverse city richly steeped in western history and coal mining. Outlaw gangs who roamed the West often passed through Rock Springs or used it as a destination. As a young man, outlaw “Butch” Cassidy worked in Rock Springs as a butcher…acquiring the name “Butch”. We are also known as the City of “56 Nationalities” as people emigrated to Rock Springs in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s to work in the Union Pacific coal mines. We have a reputation of being a very friendly, helpful, and welcoming community……our people are the fabric of our city. Come visit us…you may enjoy yourself so much that you will want to stay!