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Casper identifies architect for $3 million City Hall upgrades

Casper City Hall (Brendan LaChance, Oil City)

CASPER, Wyo. — The City of Casper is planning to renovate City Hall for about $3 million.

The city is proposing a $313,260 contract with State Line No. 7 Architects to provide design and construction administration services for the project.

The city council is expected to consider a resolution to authorize that contract during their Tuesday, March 3 meeting.

Two possible sources of funding for the City Hall renovations have been identified. That includes the city’s “Revolving Land Fund” which City Manager Carter Napier told the city council in November had about $1.1 million.

The other source is the “Local Assessment Fund” which had about $2.4 million when Napier discussed that with the council. He said this fund hadn’t been used in about eight years.

The current City Hall building was constructed in 1978 and “is in need of significant improvements.”

The city says that the main objectives for the renovations include the following:

(City of Casper)

Renovations are expected to begin in summer 2020 and last through 2022.

Details about the proposed renovations are available both in this article or in the city council’s work packet.


If you would like to contact members of the Casper City Council regarding this or any other issue, here is their contact information:

Mayor Steve Freel (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Vice Mayor Khrystyn Lutz (Ward I, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Charlie Powell (Ward II, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Shawn Johnson (Ward II, Term expires 1/3/23):

Councilman Ken Bates (Ward II, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Steve Cathey (Ward III, Term Expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Bob Hopkins (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Mike Huber (Ward I, Term expires 1/5/21):

Councilman Ray Pacheco (Ward III, Term expires 1/3/23):

Council members can also be reached by mail at: 200 N. David Street, 82601

If you would like to contact members in your specific ward, but don’t know which ward you are in, a map is available at the City of Casper’s website.


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