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Register now for the Laramie County Community College GIS and GPS courses offered this Fall semester. Click here for details. Or visit their website at


Updated Assessed Parcels dataset is now available. January 1, 2015 official version can be downloaded from our Maps and Digital GIS Data Acquisition page.



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2015 SAG Award Nomination
Cheyenne/Laramie County GIS Cooperative

"In 2014, the Cheyenne/Laramie County GIS Cooperative (CLCGISC), which includes the City of Cheyenne and Laramie County, WY, extended its regional GIS efforts to more fully embrace Web GIS and mobile technologies to drive more efficient workflows, improve data collection and asset management, collaboration, and dissemination of information internally and to the public. Notable activities include their establishment of a gallery of public Web (ArcGIS Online) applications designed for a variety of purposes such as helping constituents locate parks, greenway paths, trash pick-up schedules, zoning districts, bus routes and stop locations, public buildings, flood plains, and street monuments and control points. The City’s Public Information Officer also published a Cone Zone Map to show the location and progress of construction projects throughout the City of Cheyenne. Additionally, cooperative member Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (BOPU) expanded mobile workflows and applications to enable better field data collection and data management systems providing capabilities such as the ability to turn valves on/off from remote locations. Their collective efforts have led to modernization of business practices supporting better decision making and support for regional residents."  - Nancy Bohac and Jeremiah Lindemann


GIS Program Details:

The Cheyenne and Laramie County Cooperative Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program was established in 1993 to benefit the member agencies, government agencies, private industry, and the general public.

The Cheyenne City Council and Laramie County Commissioners adopted Resolutions in 1998 to establish the GIS Program as a means of organizing GIS efforts and coordinating the development of the Program.

Policies and procedures are reviewed annually to ensure the integrity of the Program. Coordination is directed through the GIS Executive Committee, GIS Technical Committee and User Groups. Special projects, training, education, and connectivity are provided and funded through cooperative agreements.

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This site was last updated: August 7, 2015