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Public Notice of Salaries

Pursuant to Wyoming Statute 15-1-110(b) (i) during January and July of each year, the name, position and gross monthly salary of each chief administrative official, assistant administrative official and department head including elected officials shall be posted. This posting shall also include a list of all other full-time positions employed by the Town without the name of the current employee, including the gross monthly salary for each position. All salaries listed are gross monthly salaries excluding overtime and any fringe benefits such as health insurance costs, life insurance benefits and pension plans.

Name Position Salary
Shannon Fagan Mayor $50.00 / meeting
Stas Banach Council $35.00 / meeting
Bill Craig Council $35.00 / meeting
Ashely McKinney Council $35.00 / meeting
Steve Reichert Council $35.00 / meeting
Doreen Harvey Clerk / Treasurer / Court Clerk $22.00 / hour
Maintenance / Operator Full Time $20.00 / hour
Maintenance / Operator Full Time $18.00 / hour
Maintenance / Operator Full Time $17.50 / hour
Kevin Shue Police Chief $26.00 / hour
Deryl Novak Municipal Judge $75.00 / case

Posted January 4, 2023
Doreen Harvey, CMC
Clerk / Treasurer

Public Notice

Just a reminder to residents: If you no longer have your telephone landline, please make sure the Town of Encampment has a cell number to contact you in the event of an emergency. You can contact the Town Hall at 307 327-5501 if you are unsure what we have on file. Thanks!

Carbon County ALERT

Carbon County is able to send you emergency alerts via text message, email, pager, or voice mail (in extreme cases), based on your preferences. It is important that they collect this contact information because many households no longer utilize traditional land-based telephone lines. 

The system is intended to be used for emergency alerts, as well as non-emergency incidents that may have significant impacts to residents. Emergency Alerts could be related to specific hazards that require some kind of action be taken such as evacuation, shelter in place, boil water orders, etc. Non-emergency alerts could include significant transportation problems with prolonged impacts or significant ongoing police or fire activity. This list is not meant to be all inclusive, and demonstrates that this system will not be used for routine information. In addition to receiving information on your wireless device, you may also receive notification on your land telephone line (if you have one) depending on the type of incident or event. 

To sign up and for additional information click here.

COVID-19 Information Links

Town of Encampment Drinking Water Annual Report (2021) and Source Water Protection Plan are available on the Public Works page.