The Converse County Treasurer's Office will follow the order and require all in-person customers to be masked in the office. This applies to both the Douglas and Glenrock offices.
For individuals who wish to not conduct in-person transaction, a lockbox for depositing payments is located in the Courthouse entryway. We also take all transactions through the mail, over the phone, and payments for vehicle renewals and property taxes can be done online, with links at the top of this page.
With the passage of this bill, the public will have the option to purchase a new wildlife-themed license plate that provides funding to a wildlife conservation account within the state highway fund. This account is managed by the Wyoming Department of Transportation, and in collaboration with Game and Fish, be used for wildlife conservation efforts related to the transportation system, including signage, wildlife corridors, wildlife crossings and fencing. The program will discontinue unless at least 1000 sets of these license plates are issued prior to December 31, 2023. The cost of the license plate would be $180 and will be available beginning Jan. 1, 2019. An annual fee of $50 will be charged to retain eligibility for a wildlife conservation plate.