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Congratulations to our City employees receiving service awards this morning. Thanks for everything you do! You are appreciated!

Robert Lee – Director of Weed and Pest (45 years)
Jerry Phelps – Equipment Operator (20 years)
Craig Lavoy – Deputy Director of Public Works (10 years)
Mathew Mikesell – Police Officer (10 years)
David Mottram Jr. – Equipment Operator (10 years)
Michael Schaffner – Equipment Operator (10 years) (Pictured from L-R) Mayor Marian Orr, Jerry Phelps, Michael Schaffner, and David Mottram Jr.
Thank you to all active duty service members, veterans, and military families as we celebrate Veterans Day. The Municipal Building (2101 O’Neil Ave.) will be closed Monday, November 12, in observance of the holiday. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC) planted trees at Alexander Avenue and E. 17th Street near Holliday Park. The MYC was assisted by City of Cheyenne staff with the project and will revisit the site in the spring for additional landscaping.
The City of Cheyenne would like to thank Laramie County voters for renewing the Fifth-Penny Sales Tax during Tuesday's General Election. The tax passed by a margin of 64 percent to 36 percent. The City will use 80 percent of the tax for street projects that includes basic street maintenance with plans to replace and widen the bridge over Crow Creek on Fifth Street, widen East Dell Range Boulevard between College Drive and Whitney Road, and realign Missile Drive at 19th Street with a new bridge over the creek and a pedestrian corridor. The tax will also help Cheyenne Fire Rescue and the Cheyenne Police Department purchase trucks and vehicles and other equipment.
Last night, incumbents Scott Roybal (Ward 1) and Dr. Mark Rinne (Ward 2) were reelected to the Cheyenne City Council. Ken Esquibel was voted in to represent Ward 3. This will be Dr. Rinne's sixth term and Roybal's third. Esquibel replaces outgoing councilman, Richard Johnson in Ward 3. Roybal, Rinne, and Esquibel will be sworn-in in January to serve a four-year term.
From spooky and scary to funny and creative, City of Cheyenne employees were more than happy to don their Halloween attire this morning in the Municipal Building. Yes, some costumes are scarier than others but we’re still open for business so don’t be frightened if you need to stop by! Here’s to a safe, warm, and festive Halloween for all!
Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization Awarded Plan of the Year award by WyoPASS

For our full press release, visit
Last week the City of Cheyenne and the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality showcased two new buses that will be used for student transportation for the Latchkey Program. The event was held at Pioneer Park and featured Mayor Marian Orr, Jade Herstein, and Kari Kivisto with the City of Cheyenne along with Director Todd Parfitt and Brian Hall representing the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality.
The Cheyenne Regional Airport will begin direct flights to Dallas/Fort Worth beginning November 4. The new terminal consists of 28,350 square feet, free parking, and rental cars.
Today we welcome Charles Bloom as the City’s new Planning and Development Director! Bloom makes his way to the Capitol City after 13 years with the City of Laramie. Bloom begins his position on November 7. For a full press release, please visit
Congratulations to our City employees receiving service awards this morning. Thanks for everything you do! You are appreciated!

Thomas Kunz – Assistant Plan Examiner (5 years)
Jeddie Macmillan – Semi Driver (5 years)
Don Sailors – Senior Driver (5 years) (Pictured from L-R) Jeddie Macmillan, Don Sailors, Mayor Marian Orr, and Thomas Kunz
After 34 years of service to the City of Cheyenne, Carol Intlekofer will retire from her post as City Clerk, effective December 31. We wish Carol nothing but the best in retirement and thank her for her service to the City of Cheyenne and its residents!