Albany County

Mullen Fire Area Restrictions Lifted
The Albany County Sheriff's Office announced on their Facebook page that all area closures caused by the Mullen Fire have been lifted.
In the post, the sheriff's office posted a letter from the United States Department of Agriculture.
In this letter, it states that all closures which were enacted in S…
ACSD Announces Uses of CARES Act Funding
At the board of education meeting on November 11, 2020, Albany County School District #1 (ACSD) offered an update on how the money it has received from the CARES Act had been used.
The CARES Act resources are spread out over four main funds:

Coronavirus Relief Fund
Elementary & Secondary Education …
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...
UW Urges Caution As COVID Cases Rise on Campus
The University of Wyoming is continuing to work against the increasing cases of COVID-19 among students and employees.
As of Wednesday, there are 239 active cases among the UW community, with 27 students living on campus, 188 students living off-campus, and 24 employees...
UW Supports Albany County Mask Mandate
The University of Wyoming is in support of the mask order that goes into effect on Friday, November 6 in Albany County.
Issued by Albany County Health Officer Dr. Jean Allais and approved by Dr. Alexia Harrist, this order is in response to a significant increase in COVID-19 cases in the county...
Albany County Mask Order Goes Into Effect Friday
Dr. Alexia Harrist recently has issued a Public Health Order for the people of Albany County in response to the growing COVID-19 case in the county and state. The order goes into effect on November 6 at 5 pm.
The 6-page order was issued at the request of the Albany County Public Health Officer and re…

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