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  • Notice of Debris Disposal
    The City of Rock Springs would like to remind all citizens that disposal of branches, grass clippings, weeds, trash and other debris in Bitter Creek, Killpecker Creek, Deadhorse Creek, any drainage rights-of-ways, ditches, or any other means to convey draina...
  • 2019 Fun Run and Walk with the Badges
    Help Spread Awareness for Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Pre-Registration Dates: March 5th-April 19th Race Day Registration: April 27th 8:00am-8:45am
  • Council Meeting Available
    The March 5th meeting is available on demand at https://rswy.viebit.com . The meeting will also be replayed Saturday at 12:30 pm on Channel 13.

The City of Rock Springs would like to remind all citizens that disposal of branches, grass clippings, weeds, trash and other debris in Bitter Creek, Killpecker Creek, Deadhorse Creek, any drainage rights-of-ways, ditches, or any other means to convey drainage is illegal. This debris can cause blockages of these creeks, drainages and associated drainage pipes that may cause flooding of adjacent property. Person or persons may be fined up to $750.00 for the unlawful deposit of waste materials if found guilty of this illegal dumping. Please dispose of items through regulatory trash pickup services or at the local landfill. Thank you. ... See moreSee less

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out White Mountain Skating Academy's Spring Recital - these skaters are awesome! ... See moreSee less

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Check out White Mountain Skating Academys Spring Recital - these skaters are awesome!

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!