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Openings Available on Several City Commissions
The City of Laramie has announced openings on a few Commissions.
Planning Commission
Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 4:30 pm currently on Zoom.
Appointed members of the Commission will serve a three (3) year term...
UW American Heritage Center To Open For Researchers
The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center is now opening on-site access to researchers beginning this month
The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center (AHC) is opening on-site access for researchers beginning this month.
Direct, in-person access to its thousands of historical collecti…
UW Economist Aids In Showing Benefits of Clean Drinking Water
A University of Wyoming economist contributed to a new paper that demonstrates why keeping local lakes and other water bodies clean can deliver valuable social benefits both locally and globally.
The paper, which may be found here, was published online Tuesday in the journal Nature Communic…
Emergency Rental Assistance Available
The City of Laramie recently reminded residents that those who may have been struggling financially due to COVID-19 and are rending a home may be eligible for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), which opened on April 29.  ERAP applications are available online here...
Laramie Youth Council Applications Currently Being Accepted
The Laramie Youth Council, which was formed by City Council Resolution 2012-17, is accepting applications until Friday, May 14.
They must be completed and sent to the city council clerk at clerk@cityoflaramie.org by May 14.
The qualities of a successful Youth Council Member are as follows:

Willingness …
UW Spring Commencement Schedule
The University of Wyoming's spring commencement ceremonies will be taking place on Friday and Saturday, May 14-15.
There are four ceremonies planned in UW’s Arena-Auditorium, with each graduate allowed a limited number of guest tickets...
Free Compost Day For Laramie Residents
On Saturday, May 22, Albany County residents are invited to get some free compost from 9am-3pm at the landfill.
This does not include businesses, institutions, or organizations.
If you cannot make it to the free day, compost can be purchased for $25 per ton or $1 per 80lbs during landfill hours...

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