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Cheyenne Frontier Days™ drove nearly 550 head of Corriente steers from the pasture north of Cheyenne along I-25, and through the city streets into Frontier Park on Sunday in prep for the 123rd “Daddy of ‘em All”, July 19-28. The drive began at approximately 7:15 a.m. at the intersection of I-25 & Horse Creek Road north of the city. It then moved along I-25 on the Eastern frontage road to Hynds Blvd, turned south to Central Ave., to Kennedy Road, and then moved from Kennedy Road to Carey Ave., and into Frontier Park.
Yesterday's Wyoming Statehood Day will be one to remember as it marked the grand reopening of the newly renovated state Capitol. The day was filled with festivities highlighted by a ribbon cutting ceremony with elected officials. Following the ceremony, the Capitol was opened to the public to explore the now completed four-year, multi-million-dollar project. Wyoming's very own Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band performed in the evening followed by a fireworks show to conclude a very festive and memorable Wyoming Statehood Day in Cheyenne!
Due to the Wyoming State Capitol Open House on July 10th, Board of Public Utilities' offices (2416 Snyder Ave.) will be closed at noon but our crews are ready to respond to a water main leak or sewer backup 24/7. Please call 307-637-6471 if there is an after-hours emergency.
Due to the Wyoming State Capitol Open House and Celebration, the Municipal Building (2101 O’Neil Ave.) will close at 12pm on Wednesday, July 10. For more information on the day’s festivities, visit www.wyomingcapitolsquare.com. Happy Statehood Day, Wyoming!
BOPU wishing everyone a safe and Happy Fourth of July! Our offices (2416 Snyder Ave.) will be closed 7/4/19 but our crews are ready to respond to a water main leak or sewer backup 24/7. Please call 307-637-6471 if there is an after-hours emergency.
The City of Cheyenne would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Fourth of July! Due to the holiday, the Municipal Building (2101 O'Neil Ave) will be closed Thursday, July 4. Normal business hours will resume Friday, July 5.
Due to the water main leak on the 2200 block of Seymour Ave., Seymour Ave. b/w E 22nd St & E 23rd St will be closed until Monday, 7/8/19. Residential access will be accommodated. The Board apologizes for any inconvenience this project may cause.
Water main leak 2100 block of Seymour Ave by E 23 rd St. interrupting water services to homes in the area. The Board apologizes for the inconvenience as we make repairs. Sorry for the delay but water is on its way ~ 8 hrs.
On Saturday, the Southeast Wyoming Pony Express delivered cards and letters from Wyoming grade school students to veterans at the Cheyenne VA Medical Center during their annual “Ride for the Heroes” ceremony. Mayor Marian Orr was invited to speak and say thank you to our veterans who have preserved our freedom. Thank you to our veterans!
Starting Monday, 7/1/19, Hobbs Ave will be closed b/w Yellowstone and Sunset Dr. for a fire hydrant replacement project until Thurs. 7/11/19. Residential access will be accommodated. Thank you for your cooperation as we upgrade the water system.
If you missed Superday, you missed a fun-filled day in Cheyenne! Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered with photos from the day with plenty more on our Facebook page! #Superday #Cheyenne #LionsPark #Community #Fun
Congratulations to our City employees receiving service awards this morning. Thanks for everything you do! You are appreciated!

Jeffery Shaffer – Cheyenne Fire Rescue Lieutenant (20 years)
Shannon Mitchell – Gymnastics Specialist (5 years)
Alessandra McCoy Fakelman – Deputy City Attorney (5 years) (Pictured from L-R) Alessandra McCoy Fakelman, Mayor Marian Orr, and Jeffery Shaffer